Self Reflection by Linda Troeller (1973) By Ramisha Farooq Best known as the “spa and wellness” photographer, Linda Troeller’s erotic and artistic photographs have appeared in Oprah magazine, the New York Times, Spa Management and Marie Claire – just to name a few. Her artwork has been described as inspiring enthralling peacefulness, sensuality, energy, sexuality … Read more
By: Otiena Ellwand Location: (1162 Queen St. East) Most people think that knitting is a female dominated activity. However, during both World Wars, men were darning their own socks. The Purple Purl, a yarn and café in Toronto’s east-end neighbourhood of Leslieville, has around 15 regular male customers, but the owners think that it’s changing. Modern … Read more
By: Dominique Lamberton We’ve all been given celebratory cards and gifts for birthdays, graduations and anniversaries, but have you ever been given a little something for being as ‘drunk as a skunk’ or ‘doing it like rabbits’? Lee Meszaros believes people should be rewarded for these accomplishments in addition to the generic, run of the mill … Read more
By: Otiena Ellwand Talking business over scissors, collage paper and glue isn’t the traditional way to go about things. But that’s exactly why these five women started what they call, “creative picnics”. Every two weeks for a year now, they’ve spread their art supplies out on a table at the The One in The Only … Read more
By: Arti Patel With the upcoming month of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an art show in Sacramento had a unique way of displaying art for the cause. The second annual Art Bra Show was held on September 12 and put on through Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation and Women’s Wisdom, a program of … Read more
This is some collected footage from my time in Trois-Riviere, Quebec. The poems are written/performed by me and my friend Evelisa Genova.