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Naturally Beautiful

Naturally Beautiful

Carol Cecchetto can’t remember a time when she didn’t spend her summers at her family’s camp, and now she shares that leisurely lifestyle with her husband, a southerner who has come to love the north as much as she does. When a cousin decided to sell a property across the bay, Cecchetto and her husband, [...]

September 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Home & Garden 0

CKLU’s eclectic sound

CKLU’s eclectic sound

CKLU (96.7 FM) is a not-for-profit, community radio station, and its programming spans the gamut from jazz to indie, to world music, to J-pop, to clips from YouTube. CKLU is the official radio station of Laurentian University and programming is provided by volunteers in a do-it-yourself  type of environment. Hosts develop their own shows, select [...]

September 1, 2010 Tim Perry Arts 0

Murder by Appointment knocks ’em dead

Murder by Appointment knocks ’em dead

Amber J. Hicks, the founder of Murder by Appointment, is a multi-talented lady in an unconventional business. Her small company of Sudbury-based part-time professional actors has helped raise thousands of dollars for charity groups by pushing the rigidly traditional dinner theatre format into broad farce, reflecting a slightly zany Northern Ontario sense of the absurd. [...]

September 1, 2010 Benita Hart Arts 0

Planning starts for new gallery

Planning starts for new gallery

Look for article on the Franklin Carmichael Art Gallery in the winter issue of Sudbury Living. (From news release) The Art Gallery of Sudbury has announced plans to build the first ever purpose-built art gallery in the Greater Sudbury Area. Once erected, and with a commitment from the Carmichael family, the Art Gallery of Sudbury [...]

September 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

Chiropractic care helps people live with ease not disease

Chiropractic care helps people live with ease not disease

The Ontario Chiropractic Association reports approximately 1.43 million Ontarians visit a chiropractor each year. In this province alone, 11 percent of the population chooses chiropractic care. The benefits of chiropractic extend far beyond pain relief. Treatment can be effective for many situations, health conditions and ages. Chiropractors can help adults, teens and children achieve better [...]

September 1, 2010 Judi Koski Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

A Woman’s Story

A Woman’s Story

In 2010, an estimated 23,200 women in Canada will be diagnosed with breast cancer. That is an increase of 500 from 2009. On average 445 Canadian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer every week. One in nine Canadian women are expected to develop breast cancer during their lifetime. Mercedez Quinlan was diagnosed with breast [...]

September 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Inga’s Garden

Inga’s Garden

As you drive down a hill from either direction and round the corner, your head will turn to the colours in Inga Woitowich’s garden. Initially it will likely be the grey-white of the huge limestone-like stone terraces. These large buttresses are actually made by Brown’s Concrete but, unless you look closely, they have the appearance [...]

September 1, 2010 David Kechnie Home & Garden 0

Sudbury is a one-arch town

Sudbury is a one-arch town

This family business got started in 1959. [...]

September 1, 2010 Heather Campbell Savour Sudbury, Sudbury's Stories 0

New signs downtown

New signs downtown

Downtown Sudbury has new street signs that celebrate the heritage of the area.Out with the old and in with the new. Visitors and citizens alike will have an easier time finding their way in Greater Sudbury’s downtown core thanks to new street name signs. The new signs have a heritage look and are emblazoned with [...]

August 12, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Where’s the Big Penny?

Where’s the Big Penny?

In addition to the Big Nickel, Sudbury once had a big penny. Its whereabouts remain a mystery. The Big Nickel celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2009. The idea belongs to Ted Szilva. He suggested a coin park as a Centennial project when Canada celebrated its 100th birthday. The idea didn’t receive official sanction or support. [...]

July 6, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0