Nov 10, 2009

Hundreds dream green at Good Jobs conference

Peter Hogarth and Charlotte Ireland
Hundreds came together for the Good Green Jobs Conference on Saturday to start building a green future that is economically viable, environmentally sustainable, equitable and just for all.
Nov 2, 2009

A musical revolution

rabble staff
The Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela took Toronto by storm last week. The founder, Jose Antonio Abreu, was in town to accept the $50,000 Glenn Gould Prize.

Film screening: Travels With My Brother

Nov 13, 2009
National Film Board Mediatheque cinema
150 John Street (at Richmond)
Toronto , ON
43° 42' 17.9928" N, 79° 30' 43.2612" W
Ontario CA
Travels With My Brother explores the relationship between Vas, an autistic man, and his sister Christine. Through conversations the film delves into Vas' unique perception of the world.
Oct 23, 2009

Does Toronto have to be a mean city?

James Laxer
When Torontonians contemplate the course their city could take in the 21st century, they quickly come up against the hard fact that the city's business class is tight-fisted and unimaginative.

Strange News and A Soldier's Tale

Oct 29, 2009
Jane Mallet Theatre Toronto , ON
43° 40' 12.8388" N, 79° 23' 12.318" W
Ontario CA
Soundstreams presents the Canadian premiere of Strange News, a 30-minute multimedia work, which bears witness to the plight of child soldiers.


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