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I have kept my lips sealed, tongue tied and fingers off my keyboard for nine months on my only experience at the Remai Modern. Elaine Hnatyshyn’s column in last week’s paper inspired me to say something. I found the work at the gallery interesting,...
I was in my customary spot at the kitchen window, gazing brainlessly at the world going by (a fairly sparse activity, on our quiet street), when a man and his dog sauntered into my consciousness. He was new to me. I thought I knew...
A while back, I was asked if during my tenure with the public school board there was an issue about non-immunized children attending school. The easy answer was no, or at least not to my knowledge. More recently I was asked whether non-immunized...
It finally happened. After a long and bitter winter, spring has arrived. Now I can return to my walk along the lake without having to dress like I’m on my way to Tuktoyaktuk. I have never been to Tuktoyaktuk; I just like the name.
My good friend and I were lying on a beach in the Caribbean, just minding our own business, when we noticed something bizarre. Two teenaged girls were doing what initially appeared to be jumping jacks on the edge of the pier, while their friend...