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Jason Menard
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Dad, content strategist, writer, editor, social networking man-about-the-Internet
Dad, content strategist, writer, editor, social networking man-about-the-Internet

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By Jay Menard Rabbit Moon Theatre’s presentation of The Tale of Two Tailors is a raucous romp through a familiar fable that’s sure to delight young and old alike. The Tale of Two Tailors is a presentation of Hans Christian Andersen’s Emperor’s New Clothes…

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By Jay Ménard For someone who takes to the stage barefoot, Mike Delamont’s ability to slide into the character of God is as comfortable as a favourite pair of well-worn shoes. Delamont’s back in London for his third iteration of his series, God is a…

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By Jay Ménard, It was the seminal rap group Whodini who stated, “The Freaks Come Out at Night.” And not only were the freaks on display in The London Dance Ensemble’s Fringe production entitled Dancing on the Dark Side, so were the fairies, fighters, and…

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By Jay Ménard, How does one carve their own identity, embrace their own idea of femininity and humanity in a world that has structural biases in place that serve to help hold back individuality and encourage conformity? That’s the question The Dance…

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By Jay Ménard Fringe offers a venue for stories that may not otherwise get told. They afford a performer a level of intimacy that may not be permitted by larger, more cavernous venues, or that may be impeded by a screen. At its best, Fringe is about…

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By Jay Menard Despite the legendary shooting acumen of its title character, Mr. Richardson was Jesse James, currently playing at The Palace Theatre as part of the London Fringe Festival, either misses the mark – or, more appropriately, may not be sure…

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By Jay Menard, It is hard to classify James & Jamesy’s 2 for Tea. It is at once a physical comedy and a touching story of friendship and love. It’s at the same time a paean to precision and an exercise in controlled chaos. It is both an homage to the…

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My two cents on the #lrt issue in #ldnont (actually it's more like 10 cents, based on how 'engagement' was calculated)

This one-track rush towards an LRT, despite City Staff's recommendations to embrace the BRT model in London, ON, only serves to have the actual needs of a majority of Londoners obscured by the glint off a bright and shiny new toy. We have to define who…

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Dundas Flex Street Needs Some Muscle -- or why we may be putting the cart before the horse without looking at sustainability first.

Dundas Place can't just be an altar where the already converted worship, but must reach out to those who have left the flock! A flex street has to have some muscle behind it and there’s been little talk about sustainability in this debate. Why we may be…
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