Jesse Feith

  • Reshaping the Media Landscape

    With two issues published to date, The Alpine Review’s business model is still very much an experiment.

  • Put Out to Pasture

    As the publishing industry grew increasingly unstable for major print magazines over the last decade, a trend began to take root: while some top-level publications faltered, smaller niche magazines thrived.

  • The Tyee Has Big Plans

    A little over two weeks ago, I started writing an email to The Tyee, Vancouver’s independent online news magazine.
    It was the last night of the site’s $100,000 crowdfunding campaign to help it expand its coverage nationally, and it looked like it was about to fall short.

  • Can BuzzFeed do Serious Journalism?

    On Sept. 28 last year, thousands tuned into Fox News’ Studio B with Shepard Smith and watched as wanted felon Jodon Romero ended an hour-long police chase with something unpredictable.

  • The Beating Heart of Montreal Jazz

    Looking Back at the Rising Sun Club and Legendary Jazz Promoter Roué-Doudou Boicel

    On a smotheringly hot mid-1950s day in French Guiana, a teenage Rouè-Doudou Boicel paces impatiently.

  • It’s a Long Road to the Top

    After Injury, Evens Laroche Looks to Lead Stingers Back to Nationals

    It’s a few minutes after 8:00 a.m. and the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team is practicing routine layups on both sides of the court.

  • Empowered on Two Wheels

    Montreal Non-Profit Improving Lives Through Cycling

    Growing up in New York City’s Staten Island, Glenn Rubenstein lived just moments away from the Fresh Kills Landfill, one of the country’s largest garbage dumps—covering just over 2,000 acres.