Category Archives: Book Reviews

October 14

Canadians Daniel Tate & GRAMMY Award-Winning Rob Bowman Unleash Stunning Time Capsule of Toronto’s Most Iconic Concert Moments

The Flyer Vault: 150 Years of Toronto Concert History Features Foreword by Geddy Lee, Brings Mass-Followed Instagram Account to Life Available October 26, 2019 through Dundurn. First it was an Instagram must-follow, now it’s a book! From Duke Ellington to David Bowie to Daft Punk, Toronto has played host to many music legends, making its […]

October 08

BOOK LAUNCH/FUNDRAISER – THE AWESOME MUSIC PROJECT: AN EVENING OF STORIES, SONGS AND SCIENCE@The Gladstone Hotel-Thurs.,October 10th,2019

By Wayne Baggs The awesome music project explores the transformative power of music through sharing stories. This event will celebrate the release of the book The Awesome Music Project: Songs of Hope and Happiness by authors Robert Carli and Terry Stuart. This beautifully illustrated hard cover book shows how the power of music helps through […]

January 21

Book Review, “Fearless as Possible (Under the Circumstances)” – Denise Donlon

By Anderson Marshall Denise Donlon is a trailblazer in the Canadian cultural industries as a corporate leader, a broadcaster, a Feminist, and a social activist. One of Canada’s most celebrated and dynamic citizens, her just-released memoir, Fearless as Possible (Under the Circumstances) is one of the greatest books I’ve ever read. Let me know if […]