Jonathan Lee Riches seems determined to drag every star athlete, dead monarch and inanimate object into court—that’s if the zombies don’t get him first.
In This Issue
Montreal's plan to turn a square kilometre of downtown real estate into a “republic of culture" has left smaller arts communities afraid for their survival
Twenty years ago, Dave Bidini’s musical career was in a funk. Then a chance encounter with a jazz legend turned it all around.
No-cost software can lead to an unexpected boon: better government.
A profile of a literary landmark: Jerusalem’s Tmol Shilshom café.
" It’s not your fault, Jimmy says, and he starts crying too. Somebody said they thought he slipped you something . . ." Winner of the 2008 SLS Non-Fiction Contest
The Quebec connection that turned Charles Ponzi into history’s most notorious scam artist.
The newspaper is dead, but can an upstart citizen media really replace it? The definitive Canadian account of journalism's changing face.
Africa is awash in Western aid, but technology, not handouts, will bring real change.
Made-in-China culture is flooding the West. Here's the scoop on who and what to look out for.
Velupillai Prabhakaran died in May, but the Tamil Tiger leader survives through his most famous innovation: the suicide bomb.
Favourite target of a well-hurled bootjack, alley cats are one of the most punished cartoon creatures.
"He likes to tell these stories, war stories, but this one's different"