The New Yorker
A Room of One's Own
The New Yorker
She rearranged the objects on her small desk—a fountain pen, an inkwell, the collected letters of Hart Crane, two hydrangeas—to make room for her MacBook. Dusk was falling, and the lights of the Empire State Building, to the north, were flickering on.
Born To Trouble, Take Four: A Gospel Trailer
In the movie industry, a trailer is a short film that advertises a movie that you probably haven't seen yet. I've never figured out why they're called trailers, because when you hook up a trailer to a truck, the trailer follows the truck. But movie ...
City and ATU To Resume Negotiations This Week
"We are hoping to see a reasonable and affordable counter-offer presented by the ATU Local 1189 executive that clearly represents the objectives of their membership." "We want to be working and serving our community," said ATU Local 1189 President ...
2014 Ontario Budget Passes in Legislature
On July 24, 2014 the Ontario Legislature passed the Building Opportunity and Securing Our Future Act (Budget Measures), 2014, which lays out the government's plan to create opportunity and security for today and tomorrow. "The 2014 Ontario Budget lays ...
City To Re-Design Downtown Square
Guelph, ON, July 28, 2014 A report that brings together three key urban design documents was delivered to Council on July 25, 2014 and will go before the Planning, Building, Engineering and Environment (PBEE) Committee on August 5, 2014.