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Idea Fountain creator Lorette C. Luzajic‘s new book Fascinating Writers: twenty-five unusual lives dives into the lives of famed authors, via brief narratives which showcase Luzajic’s trademark irreverence, through her insightful and totally subjective experiences. Not only will you be brought on a enchanting journey to meet Lord Byron, Ernest Hemingway, and Leo Tolstoy, among [...]

Ed Burtynsky’s Oil at the Royal Ontario Museum By Lorette C. Luzajic “Beautiful art about an ugly world” is how poet R.M. Vaughan described the work of Ed Burtynsky. Burtynsky’s internationally celebrated photography is on display until July 3 at the Royal Ontario Museum in an exhibit simply titled Oil. “No arguing with the messages [...]

Electronica, Collage, and the Meaning of Everything By Lorette C. Luzajic When electronic music first came out, there was a big-to-do over its legitimacy. Detractors grumbled that it wasn’t “real” music since there weren’t any instruments. Others dismissed its pastiche sensibilities, denouncing the very idea of sampling previously recorded music to make new songs. I [...]

The Naked Truth About Art By Lorette C. Luzajic “Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither…” (Job 1:21) In a world where bombs and beheadings and shooting sprees and starvation are daily events, it’s hard to believe that anyone could find a naked woman offensive. But the nude, [...]

5 Reasons Why Technology Sucks As great as cell phone and computer technology is, with allowing us to live life quicker, easier, and more “connected”, on the flipside technology and all it’s apps and doodads has made us mute, preoccupied, less connected, spoiled and dangerous. How so? Well…here are 5 reasons: 1) YOU IGNORE YOUR [...]

We say we’re not like them. Murderers, killers, assassins, those folk who reside in 2×4 cells on the edge of the grey wall oblivion, staring through steel bars, wishing they could fit through and step back into the real world. But they don’t fit in do they? We do. The common man, the upright citizen, the ordinary admirable [...]


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