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<updated>PlaySmelter Review:</updated> ‘Receiver of Wreck’ is a one-footed love story that never stumbles

PlaySmelter Review: ‘Receiver of Wreck’ is a one-footed love story that never stumbles

Matt Heiti’s new play is a strange, clever Millennial love story
<updated>PlaySmelter review:</updated> Blind Nickel Pig is a solid tale of yesteryear Sudbury

PlaySmelter review: Blind Nickel Pig is a solid tale of yesteryear Sudbury

Lara Bradley’s strong comedic dialogue shines thank, in part, to strong direction, production design
Nobel Peace Prize-winning PM honoured with exhibit in Kagawong

Nobel Peace Prize-winning PM honoured with exhibit in Kagawong

Event in Kagawong on Aug. 10 to celebrate the life and times of Lester B. Pearson
‘Hockey Dreams’ at STC: Sweet story will leave audiences smitten

‘Hockey Dreams’ at STC: Sweet story will leave audiences smitten

Great sets and strong performances bring a classic Canadian tale to life
Christmas flicks and holiday tunes

Christmas flicks and holiday tunes

Normally, I advise against staying home and watching television. Since it's Christmastime, you're forgiven. Tomorrow, pour yourself an eggnog and soak up in the spirit with (BOLD) Michael Buble's “Christmas Special” on CTV at 10 p.m.

‘A’ Christmas Story different from ‘The’ Christmas Story - Vicki Gilhula

While my idea of a Christmas film classic is A Christmas Carol or Miracle on 34th Street, there are contemporary “classics” such as Chevy Chase’s Griswold family movies, Home Alone, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and A Christmas Story.

‘Tis the season for Christmas movies - Vicki Gilhula

The First World War, which started in July 1914, was expected to be over by Christmas.

Pointsettia remains most popular Yuletide plant - Vicki Gilhula

Very few Canadians pronounce poinsettia (poin-set-ee-uh) the correct way. Generally, we call the beautiful plant “point-set-ah.” It doesn’t really matter.

Take break from resolutions

The first week of January is the longest, coldest, and loneliest seven days of the year.

'Tis the season to be jolly

In addition to planning and shopping for the big day, and trying to keep in touch with people we don't have time for the rest of the year, the days before Christmas are full of memories. Some happy, some sad. This is the season of Christmas ghosts.