THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

Articles by Dayna Tortorici

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Canadian Beacon: Toronto novelist Sheila Heti asks, answers, How Should a Person Be?

Arts, Mar 03 2011

by Dayna Tortorici

[caption id="attachment_4615" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Sheila Heti (left) and friends re-enact "Le déjeuner sur l'herbe" by Manet. Photo by Lee Towndrow."][/caption]The first …

RABBIT, REMEMBERED

Arts, Nov 10 2009

by Dayna Tortorici

In his "writing quarters," John Updike had three desks. The first was a stout oak hitched to a metal typing table, …

Won't Stop 'Till We Get Enough

Arts, Nov 05 2009

by Dayna Tortorici

While by no means short on dedications, Michael Jackson’s This Is It—directed by Kenny Ortega (High School Musicals I-III) and running …

GET SHORTY

Arts, Apr 23 2009

by Dayna Tortorici

Watching student films requires a different lens than your typical Hollywood fare. For some, it's a bit like taking in a …

MICRO-INTERVIEW WITH TALLAHASSEE: LOCAL BAND

Arts, Apr 09 2009

by Dayna Tortorici

INDY: You're playing this Friday at the Brown Folk Festival--would you describe your music as mainly "folk"?SHAWN CARNEY (bass): Yes and …

PROCESS

Arts, Dec 04 2008

by Dayna Tortorici

It's often said that a work of art should be able to stand on its own. Discussions of 'process' and 'intention'--like …

HANSON HAPPENS: A CONVERSATION WITH ISAAC HANSON

Arts, Oct 09 2008

by Dayna Tortorici

Throughout history, women have always been enamored with men who look like women. Hanson's trio of blonde-locked brothers has dutifully provided …