Monthly Archives: February 2016

“Fuller House” is counter-culture. Wow!

Forget Orange is the New Black, House of Cards, Dare Devil and Jessica Jones.  Fuller House is Netflix’s greatest victory. This may be deemed a rather odd critical proclamation considering the calibre of original programming Netlfix has produced over the … Continue reading

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Teachers want Less & More…

Over the course of the past two days I had the sincerely humbled opportunity to present and attend Reading for the Love of It for the first time. Being married to a high school English teacher, I’ve only experienced the conference through … Continue reading

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It’s Our Story Too: Why Canadian Audiences Must Watch “The Revenant”

The myth of The Revenant is growing. Celebrated for its glorious cinematography and sense of scope along with transforming folklore of a brutal production that placed filmmakers against the elements, the film has deservedly earned a must see reputation. In … Continue reading

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