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Issue: 2009-11-26

Magical Christmas Mantels

When I was a child, my father built a 12-foot-long stone fireplace in the centre of our living room. Little did I know, at the time, that this fireplace would become the special place where we would display family mementos and...

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Queer Coffee is a community saying hello

I don’t know what I was looking for when I walked into Baked Café for the Queer Coffee, advertised on ArtsNet. I knew I was going to interview Matt Koop-Pearce, the guy who created the event, but other than that, I think I...

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Not just any ol’ sandwich

“It’s a meal.””It’s a work of art.”I had never heard so much gushing over a sandwich.A sandwich. Its very creation began as a flirtation between meat and bread in the same meal until it was...

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Another Mack attack

To the Editor,Hookey, you fiendish, fiendly fiend. Like an anarchic CBC host maliciously injecting a noxious ear worm such as Seasons in the Sun into my auditory canal, you have wantonly invaded my gustatory system with the...

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What Beer May or May Not Do – for You

During World War II, the brewing-trade industry known as the United Brewers Industrial Foundation worked with the U.S. government to create a series of ads designed to boost morale and highlight the positive aspects of beer.In...

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A Yukon Galileo Moment

As the International Year of Astronomy winds down, I am often asked, “What was it all about?” and “Was there anything to come out of it that the average person in the street could benefit from?”The answer...

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