Romeo + Juliet
Photo Credit: Robin Harper
I love that their Coachella photos are in the crowd, instead of on the stage.
Everybody loves Jens Voigt, right? While he’s still teasing us with his “final season”, I want to put together a fanzine to celebrate all the seasons, even the ones to come. Please submit essays, poems, portraits, comics, gifs, even your favourite quotes. Whatever you make, as long as I can copy-and-paste it into a .pdf.
A few details:
- writing should be no more than 1000 words. Please submit as .doc, .rtf, or .txt.
- submit visual art (drawings or photos) as .png, .gif, or .jpg.
- include names and URLs as you would like to be credited.
- artists retain all rights to their work.
Please submit to email@example.com before the end of this year’s Tour de France, July 27th 2014. The works will be collected in a .pdf and available for download. Any questions can be emailed or submitted to my ask box.
Don’t you love Jens Voigt? Don’t you want to help me make a zine for what might be his last season in the peloton? I know you do.
I was rewatching Points with my sister earlier and realised that the scene where Winters gives Nixon the wine cellar definitely reminded me of a certain Disney film.
Still the only team Canada has ever put together that was able to qualify for the World Cup. Which is why in Canada when the tournament comes around every four years you root for the country/countries of your heritage. Because Canada is so ethically diverse this actually makes it a lot of fun. Lots of different flags hanging from cars, people cheering in the streets when their country wins a big game and the pubs are usually filled with people having a great time.
A couple World Cup links for you:
I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final - ESPN has put together a bunch of 3min clips telling the stories of individuals who scored important goals for their country in the finals. I love anything where they let old men relive glory days
The Globe & Mail’s World Cup Section - previews, profiles and podcasts. They’ve done a terrific job in helping me catch up.
As the World Cup comes around again, I’m thinking a lot about this. This is when we are our most multicultural.
When green is all there is to be
It could make you wonder why
But why wonder why wonder
I am green, and it’ll do fine
It’s beautiful, and I think it’s what I want to be