Ramsey Whitefish

State of no Euphoria darkness is all I see, whenever one has no friend, want or need, I hate to watch the human basket go down, into the so-called healing from the underground. brittle bruises and shaking anglo scars, this stupid fucking world should be barred! I lose my friends left middle and right does […]

2015 Books

What a great year for reading! I read over 60 books last year, some great ones (as you’ll read later) and some good ones. I was fortunate to not have read any real duds last year! Let’s hope it stays like that for this year as well. The best and most important book I read […]

The corner

© 2016 Lyf Stolte You wouldn’t know it to look at it. That’s the whole point. I mean, if every person who looked at it saw what it really was it would lose it’s power. If it lost that the whole corner would be in jeopardy. You see, it was linked to several others who, […]

Greg “Iggy” Spoon

March 18th, 1968 – March 17th, 2015 Iggy, aka Greg Spoon, was amazing. I wanted to write this sooner, but it didn’t feel right. I can’t explain why. Maybe it was because I wasn’t ready. Maybe it was because I was afraid I wouldn’t do him justice. I think though it’s because I am finally […]

“10th Anniversary Showcase”

I haven’t officially posted on this yet because I’ve been too busy with producing, directing and assistant stage managing it. So, instead of actually posting about the show, I’m just gonna share with you the flickr slideshow of the best of our archival shots from last night. Enjoy 🙂 (Oh you can enjoy a post […]

“Offers of Home” by Stephen Joffe

Tonight is opening night! I would like to invite you my readers and friends to check out this play that I have had the honor to co-create with other wonderful artists. Tickets are available at www.artsboxoffice.com. Here’s a couple of paragraphs about the play from the playwright, Offers of Home is a theatrical exploration into […]

To be or not to be…summer 2012

The beginning… The initial goal for this project was to have the participants put Hamlet’s famous soliloquy into their own words. We planned for it, we structured the workshops in that direction. And it was a good goal. Our community (the participants) needed something different. The workshops started out simple enough. A cursory reading and […]

2012: year in review….bonus section

At the end of most of my newsletters, I try to give my readers a glimpse into the coming year. I did this with this newsletter as well, and so I will include some of that here. Also, at the end of this post there is an important “a final note” and that is where […]

another year another 5K!

Hey there friends. Another summer is here and that means that our annual 5K Walk for LESS Poverty & MORE Justice is here! Help us to meet out fundraising goal of $30,000! If you want more information on the event OR you want to sign yourself up to walk, please contact Nada at nadat@sanctuarytoronto.ca OR […]