Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Event watch: Heintzman on green ; Stackhouse on new-look Globe; Gopnik in Moncton

[This post has been updated] The Literary Review of Canada (LRC) is holding another of its Monday evening public talks, this time with Andrew Heintzman, the author of  The New Entrepreneurs: Building a Green Economy for the Future, talking about the green economy on November 15. It's at 7 p.m. at The Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen's Park, Toronto. Heintzman, who is the co-founder, president and CEO of Investco Capital Corporation and chair of the Premier's Climate Change Advisory Panel for the Province of Ontario, will be in conversation with Toby Heaps, the editor of  Corporate Knights magazine. (As an aside, several years ago Heintzman was the co-founder and publisher of shift magazine.)
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If you have an opinion, or questions, about the new-look Globe and Mail in all its colour magazine-like glory, there will be an opportunity to hear editor John Stackhouse talk about Newspapers--The Strategic Generation at a presentation sponsored by the Canadian Journalism Foundation. It's on Thursday, October 21 at Innis Town Hall, University of Toronto, beginning at 6:30, with Stackhouse's presentation to be followed by a reception.$15 (free for students with ID). More info
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Adam Gopnik, a writer for The New Yorker and a New York Times bestselling author will be speaking on Friday, October 29 at city hall, Moncton, New Brunswick, beginning at 5 p.m. It is a "pay what you can" event, part of the Frye Festival's Community Read series. Gopnik, who was born in Philadelphia grew up in Montreal before moving to New York and then Paris for five years, the basis for his 2000 book Paris to the Moon. The community read series presents authors whose books are available in translation, encouraging dialogue between French and English-speaking communities both of which are prominent in New Brunswick.



Blogger CJFprograms said...

The link to the Canadian Journalism Foundation event with John Stackhouse is wrong -- should be http://cjfglobe.eventbrite.com.

9:18 am  
Anonymous Debbie said...

I would love for that Globe talk to be about the web site. I wonder what the initial effect on the audience is. Although, I guess two weeks doesn't give the audience time to fully adjust to the change. I spend much less time on the site than I used to and have totally stopped reading it.

I'm really interested in how it has been received. In my mind, it is seriously off-putting. On my lap top screen, the "Must Reads" are below the fold and the twitter like feed in the centre seems to have no organization.

The print product looks great, but the site is pants.

10:03 am  

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