Tuesday, February 19, 2008


The INFLAMMABLES will be performing at the MASC. fundraiser at The Gift Shop on Friday - come and see the ridiculousness!

MASC magazine fundraiser!
art, performance, share ideas, mark your calendar

Host: MASC magazine

Time and PlaceStart Time: Friday, February 22, 2008 at 7:00pm

Location: The Gift Shop Boutique 1550 Queen West toronto, ON

info: mascmagazine@gmail.com

It's a gathering because we want to see and hear from people who share our excitement about this magazine. It's a fundraiser because we want to start spending money and making this all happen. It's a party because a party is never a bad idea when you've got 100 cool people together on a Friday night.

From 7pm to late, the evening will be a combination of participation and performances.

masc is a magazine providing space for young men between the ages of 15-22yrs old to express themselves and their realities. masc magazine presents positive, alternative examples of masculinity and is a catalyst for discussion, particularly around ideas of gender, stereotypes, sexuality and health. masc magazine supports and challenges young men to be better, more whole human beings.

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Sunday, February 10, 2008

oh dear


it's been a while since i put anything up. YIKES! i have been busy, working on gearing up the Islington Junior Middle School Giant Puppet Pageant and keeping going on various things with The Gathering Space. I'll be telling you more about the puppet pageant as it progresses, and you can always go to the Gathering Space blog at
www.gatheringspace.blogspot.com - Many happy surprises there!

really, tho - these days i'm excited about iceland. saw a wonderful film about the band Sigur Ros and their tour of their home doing 10 free concerts in remote areas. It's called Heima and i'm jazzed by it, and by them, and by their amazingly beautiful country.

check these out - sigur ros videos on youtube:

hoppipolla - www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDxMQaMqsig
glosoli - www.youtube.com/watch?v=okLCurB1lJw

found this beautiful photo on the internet, by a man named Marc Isberg. That's what Iceland looks like! Wow!

more soon...