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Why a Reunion in Toronto, not Montreal?

Why Toronto, not Montreal? What follows is an edited version of our April 1, 2015 discussion in Kitchener, among members of the Event Committee, about the “Why Toronto?” topic. This is a question that everybody has an opinion about. It’s a great topic for discussion. At our April 1, 2015 meeting, we had the following dialogue, which […]


Local Attractions (MCHS 2015)

Blue Jays Voice of OK Blue Jays recalls recording famous tune — more than 30 years ago Magna Carta is on display at Fort York, to the east of Old Mill Toronto Magna Carta: Law, Liberty & Legacy Ticket Prices: Adult: $20 / Senior: $15 / Youth/Child: $10 Groups of 20 or more receive 20 […]


Ruth MacLeod recalls the day in the 1960s when a memorable Phys Ed teacher arrived at Malcolm Campbell High School in a Type E Jaguar sports car

Updates You can access a great Oct, 21, 2011 photograph, posted at, of Soryl and Gibby Rosenberg, by clicking here. We owe thanks to Gina Davis Cayer for letting us know about this link. It’s a beautiful photograph. A Jan. 12, 2015 Guardian/The Observer article is entitled: “The Teenage Brain review – a science-based […]


Evans-Pritchard explores a “closed system of thought”

In a previous post, I’ve discussed an overview of the career of Sherry B. Ortner, an anthropologist that I learned about through reading work by another anthropologist, Marjorie Harness Goodwin. In this post, I will discuss another anthropologist. Ortner has studied the anthropology of the Sherpas of Nepal, the life stories of a 1950s New Jersey […]


The Organized Mind (2014)

I was very pleased to read an Aug. 24, 2014 Globe and Mail article entitled: “Your brain has limited capacity: Here’s how to maximize it.” The article is based on a book, The Organized Mind (2014) by Daniel Levitin. I’ve posted a couple of recent items about the book: The processing capacity of the conscious […]


Stage magic and Fair Trade coffee

By way of an introduction: 1) Truthiness refers to sense making in the absence of evidence. 2) What does the work of stage magicians tell us about how the mind works? The link to a May 3, 2008 Boston Globe article about this topic can be accessed at the previous sentence. The article notes that […]