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Leila for president

I worked late and came home to find Leila prepared to watch the election returns for the President of the United States. She had set the PVR to record. As soon as the clock struck 8 pm, she turned the channel so we could follow the results. Eight o’clock is usually the time we head [...]

November 21, 2016 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti, Blogs 1

A school for medicine, architecture…perhaps now a school for the arts

The city has talented people, a university and two colleges offering theatre, music, fine arts and communications programs, as well as dance schools, a symphony, two professional theatres, several community theatre groups, book publishing houses and a thriving film industry. [...]

November 18, 2016 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Tales of two worlds fascinating reads

Tales of two worlds fascinating reads

The Reason You Walk by Wab Kinew and Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates each is wonderful in its own way. [...]

November 18, 2016 Sudbury Living Magazine Blogs, Tina Siegal 0

Politics is a rough battlefield for women

By the time this column is published, the U.S. election will be over, but it will be a long time before the memory of the campaign tone will be erased from our memories. Ironically, as the movement to support girls and women increases globally through Day of the Girl and nationally through the appointment of [...]

November 17, 2016 Patricia Mills Patricia Mills 0

Hallowe’en isn’t a day; it’s a frame of mind

We have been celebrating Hallowe’en for most of the month. [...]

October 31, 2016 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti 0

There’s much to be thankful for

I am grateful for others who have chosen to serve: educators, social workers, medical workers, mental health works, spiritual advisors, politicians, military personnel, etc. etc [...]

October 11, 2016 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti 0

Age is not lost youth but…

I am well aware there are 90 year olds climbing mountains. [...]

October 7, 2016 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti 0

Everyday is special

Almost every day of the year comes with a special designation. Some are silly but others are serious. For example, Sept. 8 is UNESCO International Literacy Day. Illiteracy is not a Third World problem. The Canadian Literacy and Learning Network estimates 42 percent of Canadian adults between the ages of 16 and 65 have low [...]

September 22, 2016 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized, Vicki Gilhula 0

Under Cold Stone leaves reader cold

Vicky Delany is incapable of creating suspense. [...]

September 16, 2016 Sudbury Living Magazine Blogs 0

Thoughts on Canada 149

We are not a perfect country, but we are a country many of us our proud to call home [...]

July 4, 2016 Vicki Gilhula Anna Barsanti 0