Lev Bratishenko

Lev Bratishenko

First Spring Tent, 1978, by Napatchie Pootoogook Lithograph 51.3 x 67.5 cm (Courtesy of Dorset Fine Arts)
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Our ancient ancestors may have been more civilized than we are

A new book offers a version of history in which we lived for thousands of years in large and complex societies without kings or cops
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The American West was even wilder than we think

Historian and author Mark A. Lause contends the cowboys of the mythic American West were more diverse—and downtrodden—than we realize
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Arts

For Canada 150, architects should aim for solutions, not landmarks

Canada’s centennial spurred a slew of architectural glories. But 50 years later, a truly great monument would be a design for a better country
Stephan Jost photographed in Honolulu. (Tina Yuen/Pacific Business News)
Culture

For top cultural jobs, Canadians need not apply

Many of Canada’s biggest arts institutions are now run by foreigners. Is that so bad?
Half-masted European Union flag is seen on the roof of the European Parliament information office in Helsinki
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A Thatcherite’s obituary for the European Union

A cleverly Brexit-timed release from London School of Economics professor John R. Gillingham
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Arts

JFK as you’ve never heard him

An opera about an American icon by a Medicine Hat native opens in Fort Worth
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Culture

What an opera review spiked by the National Post really tells us

A critic on the incident that has the international music world in a flap—and the troubling truth about art criticism in our times
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A Burglar’s Guide to the City

Geoff Manaugh gives us a thief’s-eye-view of urban design
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This is the new ’brain belt’

Cities in the economically depressed rust belt of North America are reinventing themselves with new technology
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Remembering when architecture predicted the future

’Last Futures’ yearns for a time when we used architecture to imagine better futures for everyone, not just paying customers