Woody Allen

In Conversation With Gloria Vanderbilt

Raji Aujla | Posted 07.09.2014 | Canada Living
Raji Aujla

Our interview was scheduled on the same day as the Mayor's Arts Lunch, and a day before her opening reception. We had an HBO documentary crew, a DOP, a secondary videographer, handlers, a boom operator and a 20-minute hard stop. Within those 20 minutes, I hoped to demystify an icon.

How To Undermine a Rape Victim: Woody Allen Edition

Anne Theriault | Posted 04.06.2014 | Canada Living
Anne Theriault

Do not treat the victim as if they are a person with agency and thoughts and feelings. Tell yourself that it's rational and logical to want to know all sides of the story, though you never want to know the other side, the perpetrator's side, when your house is broken into or your wallet is stolen or your child is hit by a car. Tell yourself that we can never know for sure what happened and since a man's life can be destroyed by accusations of rape, it's best to err on the side of caution. Do not think about the girl whose life was destroyed when she was seven. Above all, never, ever, ever think about the ways that you might be complicit in this.

WATCH: If Woody Allen Made A Movie About Toronto

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 01.27.2014 | Canada

This is what it might look like if Woody Allen made a movie about Toronto. In a remake of the opening from Allen's 1979 classic "Manhattan," direct...

Ford Nation Is Stronger Than Ever and Ford Is Unstoppable

Mitch Wolfe | Posted 03.11.2014 | Canada Politics
Mitch Wolfe

I have followed Ford for over 13 years, especially when he was an obscure Etobicoke councilman. The guy has a big heart. He cares about his constituents. So when the ice storm struck, Ford naturally helped out on a daily basis. I predict that the 2014 Toronto Mayoral campaign is over. Ford is unstoppable.

What I Learned This Week: Keep Grinding It Out

Andy Nulman | Posted 10.04.2013 | Canada
Andy Nulman

I think the best way to observe blog post number 1,000 is to write blog post number 1,001...the one you're now reading. And if there's one thing I'd like to celebrate with writing it, it's the value of discipline. I raise a toast to all those who have the discipline to grind it out, to keep showing up, and to pound through pain.

What I Love Most About Canada

Kevin McDonald | Posted 11.22.2011 | Canada
Kevin McDonald

If countries were comedians, the U.S. would be Andrew Dice Clay and Canada would be Woody Allen. Yes. I see Canada as a short, balding man with thick glasses who stutters when talking to a girl.