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Elmira, Ontario, Canada
Sunday, June 24, 2018

Raising a spirited glass for a good cause

Fine drinks and good times are sure to be had this weekend with the Shine a Little Light event being hosted at the Woolwich...

Jackie Richardson gets In the Spirit

Jackie Richardson won’t be alone when she takes to the stage Saturday night at the Registry Theatre. Beyond the four-piece band, she’ll be accompanied...

Young singers now warming up as Wellesley Idol holds tryouts later...

Young and in possession of a good set of pipes? Live in the area? You might be in line to become the next Wellesley...

The arts do abound for young performers

Music and drama are sure to abound this month as the young actors of Arts Abound will be staging a series of musicals at...

Pack your load down the road and come to Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn, the 1942 film starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire, is essential viewing every time the yuletide season rolls around. It’s certainly not...

Conjuring up the sound of silents

A dystopic future in which the rich and privileged live in a shining city on a hill while the masses suffer to maintain the...

The verdict is … plenty of riveting drama

It’s been more than six decades since Reginald Rose penned 12 Angry Men, but the play’s message of prejudice and judgment are no less...

Jane Bunnett and the Spirits of Havana play the Registry

With a spring that’s been far too wintry, Jane Bunnett may wish she was making one of her frequent trips to Cuba this weekend....

Park Manor students grapple with big questions

What would we say when we’ve reached the end of our lives, and are granted one last look back? Do we react with remorse...

It’s never too late for an Old Love … or a...

It’s now spring, the season of new beginnings and fresh starts; blooming flowers, blooming relationships, a time of rebirth. And yet what is new...

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