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How the Story of “Moana” and Maui Holds Up Against Cultural Truths

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Warning: you cannot unsee this. (It’s something about the audio/video mismatch perhaps that makes this extra creepy? Like we’ve been let into the psyche of a deranged car-man.)

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Dazzling colour photographs of 1950s and 60s Toronto at night – love these. Didn’t know The Bloor used to be called the Midtown. I grew up right near here.

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Who Killed the Iceman? Clues Emerge in a Very Cold Case

> Inspector Horn has managed to piece together a remarkably detailed picture of what befell the Iceman on that fateful day around 3300 B.C., near the crest of the Ötztal Alps.

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The website that chronicles Ontario’s broadcasting history — one VHS tape at a time

Nice profile of my pal Ed aka Retrontario

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This page and tomorrow’s are FDR trying to explain the Axis threat to a US public that was not unanimously behind him – he had just won the third term of his presidency with 55% of the popular vote. As you can tell from his speech, many Americans wanted to stay out of the war and figured the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans were enough of a buffer to provide safety, and FDR wanted to disabuse them of such notions.

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The Life and Death of the Library of Alexandria

The Best Kitchen Gadget of the 1600s Was a Small, Short-Legged Dog

Turnspit dog!