Sunday, January 21, 2018

Sanctuary Line – Book Review

by Edith Cody-Rice Jane Urquhart is a poet who writes novels. Oh, her prose is perfectly natural but it has a weight and cadence that...

SOS: Stories of Substance

by Rachel EadesSubstance abuse is a pervasive issue that has touched many of our lives. In any Canadian community big or small, stories of...

McNick Goes Irish

Leapin’ Leprechauns!  My toes are still tappin’ to fiddle tunes and Celtic drums in my head! My lucky stars sure were shining bright this past...

Here On Earth- A Natural History of the Planet – Book Review

by Marnie Bruce Tim Flannery,internationally acclaimed scientist, writer and explorer takes us on a remarkable journey through the natural history of life on planet Earth....

Tell Anna She’s Safe – Book Review

by Carolyn Ciccoritti Crimes against women: manipulation, abuse, murder. Tell Anna She’s Safe, a novel by Brenda Missen, weaves fiction out of true crime. In 1995,...

J’Adore New York – Book Review

by Edith Cody-RIce It's time for the summer read: you know that book you take to the beach and to the cottage, not too taxing...

There’s no truth in photography

by John T. Fowler These days everyone knows how powerful image editing programs like Photoshop can be, and people tend to fear that any use...

Cat on a fire hydrant

 Photo submitted by reader Donovan Aldoph

What’s a freedtard?

by John T. Fowler A freetard is someone who wants to use your photos without paying for the right to do so, usually for...

Almonte kids produce a show for the Puppets Up! Festival

A production of talented Almonte kids, known as the Kids Power Project will be included among the professional shows  in the Puppets Up! festival this...
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