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Re-visiting Windigo ( a poem I wrote about a place I loved) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS I know I’ve posted this before but I ventured to submit it to Northern Cardinal Review , an online magazine I happened upon today:   Windigo ... Read on »
There are at least a few, if not many, important people with whom I need to have my own... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS …this! It’s certainly not too early to think about Mental Illness Awareness Week When I read the Ottawa Citizen article (linked above) I immediately though ... Read on »
Oh look! It’s happened again! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS I’m delighted to be at the top of the list, perhaps it’s random, of 16 Five Star Rated AIDS Information Sites & Blogs – and I’ve found a few fellow travelers i ... Read on »
My 1,000th post! (with help from The Equality Mantra’s “A Letter to My Sons”) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS What I really like about this is that it could just as easily have been said by my Mom or Dad. (They said and wrote almost exactly similar sentiments when Crai ... Read on »
I’m sure that Craig would be proud of his United Church of Canada electing a gay man as... by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS The criteria my brother Craig set out for the United Theological College award in his name reads in part: To recognize the powerful and passionate ministries ... Read on »
AccolAIDS much appreciated! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Healthline editors recently published the final list of their favorite HIV & STD blogs and I’m pleased to let you know that this blog made the list, which can ... Read on »
College sports governing body slams Penn State post-Sandusky, Paterno by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS The NCAA has handed down its sentence on Penn State University’s football program, as outlined in this news release: By perpetuating a “football first” culture ... Read on »
On “Killing Jerry Sandusky would not be enough…” by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS My response to this blog post : While violence as vengeance is not my style I can appreciate a good fantasy in cases such as this. Even if the thought was i ... Read on »
For those who loved Kyle by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS I’ve been wrestling all day – less with what to write than how to write it – so I thought I’d begin with an absurd fruit-plate. Leading with humour is somethin ... Read on »
“Stop Regret and Get back to Living” by Ashley Berges by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS What is regret? Regret is a verb defined as: to feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, esp. a loss or missed ... Read on »
Ashley Berges to link with My Journey with AIDS by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Not one to scan this blog’s activity logs too often, much less understand them, I was quite chuffed to be contacted by Michelle Lamont, representative of Ashley Berge ... Read on »
Cathedral Bluffs, Scarborough (Toronto), sunrise, June 27 by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Hopped up on sugar and caffeine early this morning I had the bright idea of seeing if I could get to the Scarborough Bluffs in time for some sunrise photos.  I won’t ... Read on »
Jerry Sandusky guilty, now what? by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS In the hours following the conviction of their once-revered Jerry Sandusky, Penn State is most anxious to move on. After my exclamation on Facebook of “Yes! Yes! ... Read on »
Five Years Since a Critical Day One by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS It was an early night to bed on Tuesday, June 19, 2007.  I had absolutely no more drinking to do and decided that the last day of this particular spring was a bitterl ... Read on »
Prom Night and Father’s Day by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Skimming my home-town newspapers’ web sites I noticed that this is Prom weekend for some of the high schools in the area. Tomorrow is Father’s Day. I’m not sure if th ... Read on »
Wherefore art thou, Cardinals? – Oh! by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS This was a landmark day in the lives of Ontario high school students who have been exercising their democratic rights, without the vote even, for the passage of Bill ... Read on »
The mystique of Montréal’s magnolias by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS Have I mentioned that I love magnolias…and Montréal? One of my favourite spring walks around Toronto is in search of the beautiful flowering tree and, with Montré ... Read on »
“Neuf couleurs au vent” by Daniel Buren by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS This slideshow requires JavaScript. Montréal’s steadfast, enviable care for public art , as a community (elected and unelected alike), is no better ex ... Read on »
A few repeats…just because (Montréal) by Kenn C. Posted in: Blog Posts in HIV & AIDS This slideshow requires JavaScript. Read on »