The real Dooney’s Cafe

By admin | 2004 September 29

Dooney’s Cafe owner Graziano Marchese The real-world Dooney’s Cafe is located at 511 Bloor St. West, in the heart of Toronto’s renowned Annex. Dooney’s Cafe 511 Bloor St. W. (Bathurst Subway Station) Toronto, Ontario M5S 1Y4 Canada Tel: 416-536-3293 Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.(7 days a week) Breakfast: Monday to Friday10 a.m. to 12…

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Vertigo Under the Sky

By Bruce Serafin | 2004 September 23

Bruce Serafin travels into Alberta in the first in a series of articles on the prairie provinces

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Good to Me

By George Bowering | 2004 September 17 is pleased to publish the first chapter of Bowering’s baseball autobiography…

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Through the Eyes of Mr. Palomar

By Stan Persky | 2004 September 17

Some thoughts on Italo Calvino, from a forthcoming book of memoir/travel/essays.

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Brautigan, Buchenwald, Budapest/Bucharest

By Stan Persky | 2004 September 5

Passages from a forthcoming book of memory and premonition.

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Days of Social Democracy: A Memoir

By Stan Persky | 2004 August 24

In the 1970s, Dave Barrett became the first social democratic premier of British Columbia. Stan Persky remembers why it mattered.

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Baruch ata Adonai, Bones, Books, Bowering

By Stan Persky | 2004 July 27

Some recent passages from Stan Persky’s forthcoming ABC book, The Short Version.

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The Secret

By Bruce Serafin | 2004 July 21

Bruce Serafin remembers his first attempt to move from provinciality to cosmopolitanism

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A Critic Stripped Bare, Even (Thinking Outside the Green Box)

By T.F. Rigelhof | 2004 July 12

T.F. Rigelhof answers Vermeer’s Patch, which Bruce Serafin uploaded two weeks ago.

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Black Sheets

By Vivien Lougheed | 2004 July 12

Will Canada – and more specifically, Ontario – allow Sharia law? Vivien Lougheed hopes not

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