Well, I've got news for you, mister! No one, and I mean no one, was there to see Stone! They were there to see Mick Hucknall and Simply Red !!
I heard Stone's music and admit she was very good and worthy of your praise, and maybe she'll be a star someday. But I find it so insulting that you chose to write your article about the opening act instead of the main attraction!
I'm sick and tired of this media attitude that, and as soon as someone is over 30 he or she is a has-been! You are simply an idiot!!
Janice Mundy, Toronto
Barbara Hall and David Miller deserve kudos for not vomiting on the stage. Unfortunately, Miller revealed his inexperience in dealing with underhanded politics.
Ellis Ostovich, Toronto
Eric Knudsen, St. Louis Park, Minnesota
It was collaboratively created with merchants and residents of the community to celebrate the harmony, diversity, culture and people's economy of Kensington.
The participation of Streets Are for People and the Sierra Club was in support of street closures organized to heighten the festival atmosphere on that day.
Andy Moro and Gabriella Caruso, Red Pepper Spectacle Arts
However, as Black makes perfectly clear, the ministry guidelines only went so far. And when heads and principals saw that these policy directives had no teeth, they blithely ignored them.
By and large, most teachers of English continued teaching the same old stuff - a steady diet of white, mainly male American, British and mainstream Canadian texts. Why? It was nothing more than paper tiger policy. Dust in the wind.
John Borovilos, Toronto
Director of Public Policy
Canadian Jewish Congress, Toronto
Some of the real gems, such as the Lotus Garden on Dundas, lie buried, listed after grotty pits barely worth mentioning.
Daniel Lewis , Toronto
David Kehler, Toronto
Carmel Hili, Toronto
Can't you get more straight men to contribute? You really should balance the picture a little. As for Scott Nisbet (NOW, September 25-October 1), he's already had far more than his fair share of space.
Harold King, North York
Actually, the only person smart enough to fully appreciate your insight is you. So the next time you feel the need to show everybody that you're a very serious (and smart) film critic, just write the review and e-mail it to yourself. The rest of us will just have to make do with reviews we can actually use.
Cliff Goldstein, Toronto
Nenad Vidovic, Toronto
G. Ruddin, Toronto