May 9, 2016

DISASTER IN B MAJOR 3435
Society

DISASTER IN B MAJOR

The french-fry heiress, the culture czar, and the divorce that exposed scandal at the top of the Canadian arts world
LETTERS 67
This Week

LETTERS

The NDP have no heir apparent to Tom Mulcair (“Hard left turn,” National, April 25). But if the Reform party was able to merge with the PCs, with former Reformers holding the top spot of party leader—and eventually prime minister—surely the NDP can follow lockstep with the Green party under Elizab eth May.
THE 'INDECENTLY CURIOUS’ CAROL SHIELDS 4243
Society

THE 'INDECENTLY CURIOUS’ CAROL SHIELDS

New reflections from the beloved author on men, women, and why she wrote
The artist we formerly knew as Prince 5657
MACLEAN’S BACK PAGE

The artist we formerly knew as Prince

Innovative, prolific and dangerous, he truly changed the game
Good, even great-but not perfect 5859
MACLEAN’S BACK PAGE

Good, even great-but not perfect

The last prestige mass-market drama, The Good Wife leaves another kind of void
THE INTERVIEW 1213
This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Bob Rae on his long friendship with hostage John Ridsdel, his desperate effort to free him, and the terrible news at the end of it all
BEYOND A DOUDT 2829
International

BEYOND A DOUDT

Baltimore’s Freddie Gray trials are set to begin, and on the streets everyone agrees on one outcome: there will be riots
WHAT ABDUL’S AXE DID 2021
National

WHAT ABDUL’S AXE DID

Trevor Greene on the near-fatal attack, and the good that came
‘OUR PEOPLE HAVE THEIR VOICE’ 1617
National

‘OUR PEOPLE HAVE THEIR VOICE’

How a new wave of young Indigenous politicians is leading Manitoba’s NDP
‘I’m not black. I’m O.J.!’ 5051
MACLEAN’S BACK PAGE

‘I’m not black. I’m O.J.!’

ESPN’s 7.5'hour documentary uses O.J.’s story as a Trojan horse to plumb America’s central theme: race
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