Despite the graffiti and the locks, Ponte Milvio itself seemed no worse for wear. If Garibaldi couldn’t destroy it, then how could something as innocent as love?
Like Alice Munro, my grandmother came from small-town Ontario, and my memories chime with Munro’s tales of passionate girls and women with stifled passions
Lego wants to be taken seriously by architects, urban planners, even MIT. Can these pricey kids’ toys teach us how to build better cities, or is it all just brand hype?
I was worried that Reese Witherspoon’s desert odyssey would be mawkish – but with sarcasm and shared history, it punched me in the gut
A visit to one abandoned community in Newfoundland finds that perhaps you can go home again
Technology and elaborate storytelling have made opening and closing ceremonies increasingly grand. After the mind-blowing extravaganzas of Beijing, Vancouver and London, can Sochi go to new levels?
The traditional tale gets a digital makeover in Wales, where techies – and grannies – are transforming the life story. By Craille Maguire Gillies Published in the March 2007 issue […]
The art world could learn a thing or two from curator Scott Burnham as he takes the traditional gallery to the streets. By Craille Maguire Gillies Published in the October […]