We are in the period popularly known as the “dog days” of summer, supposedly the hottest time of the year, although this particular year there seems to be a reprieve on the heat, something for which I am actually rather grateful. It is an odd expression, “the dog days”; and while at first I... More
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It is an exceptionally wet summer night in Ottawa, the rain hammering incessantly on the bricks of the patio outside my open window. I tell myself that Mother Nature is crying, mourning the tragic loss too young of someone who touched the lives of so many. Il pleure dans mon coeur comme il pleut sur... More
In a recent article he penned for The Conversation, Instructor in the Department of Philosophy, Jason Millar asked the question “should your robot driver kill you to save a child’s life?” He also appeared on the Australian program The Wire, to discuss the ethical implications of our... More
Beethoven’s Complete Sonatas For Cello And Piano With Cellist Paul Marleyn & Pianist Mauro Bertoli – Event
With ‘Beethoven’ flavoured gelato by Stella Luna Cafe! Southminster United Church, Bank St & Aylmer Ave Saturday, September 13th 2014 at 7:00 Pm Hosted by CBC’s Laurence Wall Produced by Roland Graham Among the best-loved classical works of all time are the five Sonatas for Cello and... More