once upon a time

once upon a time

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Oct 7, 2010
A bride and groom walk through Red Square. Photo: Ron Verzuh

Moscow: Red souls in repose

Ron Verzuh
A visit to Lenin's Tomb in smoky Moscow is a trip into the paradox of Russia's past and its present.
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Jan 22, 2010

Looking back at Carleton's divestment from South Africa

Alroy Fonseca
Between 1985 and 1987, a major student movement against apartheid coalesced at Carleton University and succeeded in forcing the university to take a firm stand in opposing the South African regime.
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Nov 20, 2009

Once upon a Waffle

Mel Watkins
The Waffle should be judged as part and parcel of the still vibrant sovereignty movement and the growing self-confidence that Canadians have about Canada's survival independent of the United States.
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Apr 10, 2009

Stalin's Arizona connection

Ron Verzuh
Taliesin West in Arizona was the home of Frank Lloyd Wright, self-described as America’s greatest architect. It's also Goldwater-McCain country, with an unlikely Stalin connection.
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Jan 28, 2009

The legend of Evita lives on

Ron Verzuh
The Buenos Aires graveside of a secular saint still fascinates and puzzles tourists who flock to the La Recoleta cemetery.
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Apr 1, 2008

My change of address odyssey

Lynda Weston
Why is it that, just when you think you have plumbed the depths of the madness of our governments and their agencies, there is another turning in the path of their labyrinthine minds, and greater mad
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