There were three speakers, including activist and Holocaust survivor Gerda Frieberg, who illuminated the issues surrounding freedom of speech and Holocaust denial.
This month, I got to meet Andrew Forde, a Toronto-based violinist who has been working on a new project inspired by Glenn Gould. (In case you didn't know, Gould is one of the most well-known Canadian pianists, but as Forde pointed out, was extremely eccentric.) I sat down with Forde at Revolution Recording in Leslieville while he worked on a track with rapper Shad. I wrote about it for Metro Toronto, but Forde had more to say about Gould's and his own philosophies on music, performing, his next steps, and his partnership with Roots Canada.
Other than the usual -- Tom Cruise, Kristie Alley -- it's not that clear who Scientologists are these days.
Some insight from former a Scientologist after the premier of A&E's docu-series Scientology and The Aftermath.
As shown in the recently released Netflix docu-series, the Internet is good at cracking cold cases -- or at least gathering an abundance of tiny details and facts, which often seem to elude the police, in an effort to solve murders. And none of them were as cold -- and as twisted, we would later find out -- as the murder of Sister Cathy, a Baltimore nun who was a teacher at Seton Keough High School.