Change we can believe in

Pollsters now report that 50% of Canadians support the idea of the Liberals and the NDP forming a coalition government with the support of the Bloc.

The Globe and Mail’s J. Kelly Nestruck gives Hart House Theatre’s production of Jerry Springer: The Opera a mostly positive review, and challenges the city’s Equity stages to be daring enough to put on shows as edgy as this one. It’s an interesting argument, but the posters in the comments section of The Globe web site seem more concerned with whether or not it’s pretentious to have an initial for a first name.

A Toronto-based activist is helping queer Iranian refugees escape to Canada, the US and Australia.

And Moses Znaimer is once again flogging softcore on the masses with the launch of R-Rated radio show Midnight Blue on AM 740.

Rob Salerno is a playwright and journalist whose writing has appeared in such publications as Vice, Advocate, NOW and OutTraveler.

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