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Doug Sack

Ode to Mosquitos

I love blood-sucking mosquitosIn my eyes, ears and nose;On my chips, nachos and tacos,In my hair and between my toes.They bite, nibble and buzz’Round local or visiting stranger,On places shaved or full of fuzzAnd never...

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Honeymooners Head to Augusta

When Abbotsford’s Adam Hadwin, 29, defeated American Patrick Cantlay on the final hole of the Valspar Championship in Florida on March 12 to win the first PGA Tour title of his career, his life changed forever when the...

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Super Bowl LI

By every statistical quantifier known to man or beast, less one, the upstart Atlanta Falcons don’t have much of a chance against the New England Patriots in Sunday’s 51st issue of the NFL’s Super Bowl or...

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Predator and Prey 14,000 Years Ago

When I first heard Bob Hayes had written a novel set 14,000 years ago that fictionally chronicles the arrival of the first humans to inhabit what is now known as the Yukon Territory, I knew immediately it would be physically...

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Atlin’s Ian Fest

The second best thing about a 68-year-old writer listening to an 81-year-old singer at the 2015 Atlin Arts and Music Festival was feeling young again.The first was admiration, knowing the “Ol’ Cowboy” still has what it takes to...

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