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Issue: 2010-02-18

Reap What You Sow … Now!

The sun is shining, the snow is melting off of the roof and it is starting to feel like spring.But we are still in the month of February and spring is a long way off.Still, there are things that can be gardened indoors even in...

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Open that Bottle of Wine Night!

Last week, I visited the Wall Street Journal website to read the most recent article by my favourite wine writers, Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher … it wasn’t there! They retired at the end of 2009.They had my dream...

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Where Did You Say That Was

There are lots of people in Dawson who couldn’t give you street directions to save their lives. Part of the confusion is the problem with street and house numbers that I wrote about last time, but that’s not the only...

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The Other Side of Late Blooming

Irecently wrote a column about “late blooming” where people realize their orientation often after being in heterosexual relationships.The other side of late blooming is the straight spouse who can also be involved in...

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Europe: Sasquatch-free

Europe is a fantastic place to visit; not so much for what it has, but rather for what it does not have.Sometimes it is good to leave that with which you are familiar, for that which is strange, in order to escape the pressures...

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Dancer Has Found Her Home

The’s a dancer, she’s a teacher, she’s a choreographer, actor, singer and performance artist.She is dancing all over this town.At the age of 24, Jessica Hickman has a wealth of skills and knowledge to share and...

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