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The Other Side of “Irish Eyes”

Brian Mulroney abroad and at home

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Vintage Years

Two political memoirs

Dianne Chisholm

Dianne Chisholm has known the physical, mental, social, political, creative and erotic joys of long walks in open country (Baffin Island, Patagonia, Mongolia) and short marches in big cities (London’s Take Back the Night, San Francisco’s Pride), as well parades down high street (with the Edmonton All Girls’ Drum & Bugle Band).

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Dianne Chisholm

Walker's Paradise

Exploring the transcendent pleasures from one of humanity's most basic acts. June 2015
Walking, for those with functional lower limbs, is the most natural thing to do, and if we make it an artful practice it will exercise our higher faculties and turn us into superior beings. So argues the author of Born to Walk: The Transformative Power of a Pedestrian Act, a former journalist and sports writer who recently converted to walking as a way of…