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The Canadian Progressive: Relocate Victims of Communism Memorial or Cancel Project

An online petition and prominent Canadian voices demand that the proposed Memorial to the Victims of Communism be relocated, or the project entirely.

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ParliamANT Hill: Victims of communism memorial to be built near ParliamAnt Hill

Inspired by this headline: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2013/08/23/pol-cp-memorial-victims-communism.html

Art Threat: Representing Eisenhower – The ongoing dialogue around the design of the Eisenhower Memorial

I caught wind of a different kind of political art and politics of art this past weekend while reading the latest issue of Vanity Fair. As anyone who’s done any kind of planning in teams can imagine, building a monument can be a mighty task. As it turns out, the recent efforts to . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Representing Eisenhower – The ongoing dialogue around the design of the Eisenhower Memorial

knitnut.net: I had a grandfather

My grandfather, Opa, would be celebrating his 104th birthday today if he hadn’t been killed by an irrational fear of surgery. He died in a hospital in Hollywood, Florida, as a result of septic poisoning from a blocked gall bladder duct. He was 86. The doctors had warned him about it, but he’d refused . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: I had a grandfather

Seeing Red in the Southwest: Caleb’s flame lives on…

A silent time is coming to a close. Having spent the last few weeks in a mostly meditative state shutting out the electronic world with minimal exception, I feel that I have come to the anniversary of Caleb’s death with an open heart, open ears and a deeply felt sombre respect for the man that . . . → Read More: Seeing Red in the Southwest: Caleb’s flame lives on…

Seeing Red in the Southwest: Caleb’s flame lives on…

A silent time is coming to a close. Having spent the last few weeks in a mostly meditative state shutting out the electronic world with minimal exception, I feel that I have come to the anniversary of Caleb’s death with an open heart, open ears and a… . . . → Read More: Seeing Red in the Southwest: Caleb’s flame lives on…