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Northern anthology to get warm reception

BY HEVEN WHIDDEN Your Scrivener Press will host the launch of Bluffs: Northeastern Ontario Stories from the Edge this Sunday at the Jubilee Centre. There will be a book signing and story readings by 10 northern authors.

Religion professor disputes translation of Judas gospel

BY TAMARA BELKOV Being called the 1,700-year-old lost voice of an early form of Christianity known as Gnosticism, the Gospel of Judas found its voice at St.

Dipping into the beauty of Killarney

Wilderness canoeing can be an awesome experience or just a pain in the back depending on the terrain you travel over. And Peterborough-based veteran wilderness author, Kevin Callan, has seen it all.

Container gardening: One of the hottest gardening trends

(NC)-Gardening is one of Canada's fastest-growing outdoor leisure activities. For those who like to garden but don't have a large yard, container gardening is the perfect solution.
Water conservation tips for a beautiful

Water conservation tips for a beautiful garden

(NC)-For many Canadians, manicuring the lawn and maintaining a beautiful garden continue to be a favourite hobby. While the desire for a beautiful yard continues to grow, Canadians are becoming more conscientious about water conservation.
Artist captures 'Corner Gas' on canvas

Artist captures 'Corner Gas' on canvas

BY TAMARA BELKOV You'll find Garson's acclaimed realist artist Gordon Drysdale either at home in his garage, tinkering with his 1974 Dodge Charger, or in his art studio painting nostalgic images of garages and vintage automobiles.

Every woman has heard about Spanner

Spanner's Spring 2006 season comes alive with vivid colours, vibrant prints and plenty of luxe embellishments. Nautical influences and African inspired details are just two of the many global themes that are hot this season.
Don't be afraid to get out of the water

Don't be afraid to get out of the water

Choosing  the perfect swimsuit doesn't have to be painful. Most women find shopping for a bathing suit about as much fun as cleaning out the fridge. The bright lights of the dressing room do little to flatter winter white skin.

Charity race ready to roll

BY ROBERT TAGLIALEGNE Organizers of The Amazing Charity Race are gearing up once again to raise money for Sudbury- area charities.

Students work with police on healthy relationship campaign

BY COLE RIVARD The Greater Sudbury Police Service and proactive high school students ended their two-month campaign to fight sexual assault and relationship violence last week.