A Mixed Playlist Inspired By: Katie and Paul

A Mixed Playlist Inspired By: Katie and Paul

Sure, it’s been a cold February. But if you run a hot shower and let the steam spill out into your apartment, carve a honeydew melon into cubes, and pretend your electric heater is the hot summer sun, it might as well be June. Look no further than Katie and Paul’s piece, Paradise Found, for visual inspiration. Better yet, study its lush colour and tropical imagery while listening to the warm sounds of this Featured Artist mix. You’ll be basking in heat and light quicker than you can say ‘cactus flower’.

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BRIGHT LIGHTS NO CITY: George Gorton on the death trap of creativity

BRIGHT LIGHTS NO CITY: George Gorton on the death trap of creativity

“My company Loud specializes in doing integration between video and lighting for live performances as well as activations for advertising. We blend reality and people’s interactions into a live performance. We build a lot of the systems ourselves and we only use control systems, which means we don’t run the lighting specifically, but we have the computers to run them.“

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Skin of The City: Learning to Skateboard as an Adult

Skin of The City: Learning to Skateboard as an Adult

And maybe the whole city is a different place for everyone who’s ever skateboarded through it. Maybe I’m only just starting to see something that was always just beneath the surface. A world is opened up, like in so many of my favourite books when I was young: through the wardrobe, the looking glass, the tollbooth and into this new-old place, this parallel universe.

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We’re Sorry.

We’re Sorry.

Recently we were made aware that one of our contributors to the Green issue has been identified online as a “TERF” or (trans-exclusionary radical feminist). We were not aware of their views when we accepted their pitch, and we regret the oversight. We strive to be allies to transfolk, and we recognize that the inclusion of this contributor was troubling to many of our writers and staff.

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Tarotscopes for the Culmination of the Eclipses

Tarotscopes for the Culmination of the Eclipses

The New Year began with a set of intense Lunar events: an Eclipse of the Sun at the New Moon in Capricorn, and then a Lunar Eclipse in Leo, which was also a Blood Moon. Exiting this energy, we are now in a time of flow and expansion after we were asked to get cozy with ourselves and our shadow. This release of energy might feel like a more honest New Year than January 1st.

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