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Bob Green

The Ballet African

August 9, 2011

From “Eavesdroppings, Stories from small towns when sin was fun.” Published by The Dundern Group Toronto. Available at Book Express and Cambridge Centre for the Arts. The Ballet African was a troupe of bare-breasted dancers driven by drummers in fur jocks hammering on logs. First it was just a rumour. It had taken Montreal and […]

Archie the Safecracker

June 2, 2011

  My first art gallery, one of four unrecorded disasters, opened in 1976 above the back end of the Bank of` Commerce, corner of Water Street and Main in Galt. Most of my modest profit went to Grand Valley Fortifiers to pay for 90 pound sacks of “scratch” to feed the squadron of pigeons who […]