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AuthorEmily Braunstein

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February 28, 2005

Confessions of a Chocaholic is a one-woman show that tells the very personal story of the two obsessions in one woman’s life: Chocolate, and the baby she gave up for adoption twenty-eight years ago.

February 28, 2005

In this week’s cover article, Geoff Brischke offers a number of reasons why one might be compelled to work as a volunteer. Middle-class guilt seems to be a common one, as does legal compulsion. Hell, there might even be such a thing as real compassion or altruism. But for many of you I suspect a […]

February 28, 2005

Unless you’re a super-duper keen bean who picks up Salient hot off the presses, first thing Monday morning, the second it gets distributed (and if you are, I thank you), by the time you read this, Jamie Foxx will have won the Oscar for Best Actor or not. If he hasn’t, you might not want […]

February 21, 2005

Hands up if you think bird watching is exciting.

February 21, 2005

Three girls, three guys, and one big red plastic dildo star in this hilarious slice of modern life premiering at The Fringe.

February 21, 2005

When Vic moved its Commerce Faculty and School of Government to join Law and Architecture downtown, it seemed that stereotyping had come home to roost: “Cash degrees”, the ones that culminate in real jobs and good money, were now housed in the bustling corporate metropolis that would be their legacy, while humanities and social sciences […]

February 14, 2005

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April 26, 2004

Disclaimer: I don’t know how to spell the names of some of the central characters in Niu Sila.

April 26, 2004

Reviewing children’s theatre is a whole different ball game compared to its adult counterpart. Grown-ups want sophistication, subtlety and wit. Children want bright colours, talking animals and maybe a sing-along.