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Leo May lunch box part of Sudbury’s history

Leo May lunch box part of Sudbury’s history

  Sudbury miner Leo May built his lunch pail to withstand the harsh underground environment of the hardrock mines after a black tin lunch pail he had used as a make-shift seat collapsed under him. “Back in the ’50s, they didn’t have lunch rooms or benches,” said Catherine Languin, May’s daughter and current owner of [...]

March 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Electropollution, fact or fiction?

Cellular telephones, wireless internet, satellite radio, television, and microwave transmissions, while invisible, are considered by some science researchers and medical experts to be electropollution. Questions have been raised about the health effects of being exposed to the radio frequency (RF) energy emitted by these modern-day conveniences. Scientists haven’t been able to assess the effects of long-term [...]

January 6, 2010 Judi Koski Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Make it for the holidays

Make it for the holidays

The Food Channel® offers this tasty and easy-to-make recipe for rosemary/garlic dipping oil. It makes an ideal hostess gift for the holidays. This incredible dipping oil for crusty bread features olive oil infused with the Mediterranean flavors of rosemary, crushed red pepper, garlic cloves, cracked peppercorns and sea salt. Serve with warm bread such as [...]

November 1, 2009 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

Comfort and joy

Comfort and joy

At holiday time, Lynn Boeswald unpacks treasures collected over many years, and selects her favourite decorations. And whether she plans a traditional theme or something new and bold, she hangs her crochet Christmas ornaments in a special place where she can enjoy them every day of the season. The crochet ornaments were made by her [...]

November 1, 2009 Vicki Gilhula Holiday 0

Berlin, city of change

Berlin, city of change

In Berlin this spring, Russian, Polish and English were heard almost as often as German, especially in areas such as the Brandenburg Gate. My wife and I found the German capital to be a very relaxed city. On the large square leading to the monument-bedecked Unter den Linden in the historic centre were buskers of [...]

November 1, 2009 Dieter Buse Travel 0

Talented men and women can dance

Talented men and women can dance

Celebrating Greater Sudbury’s progressive dance history dating back almost 80 years, adelheid and earthdancers co-present an evocative and exciting mixed program of contemporary dance works choreographed and/or performed by Sudbury-born dance artists Dec. 10, 11 and 12 at Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario. The performance is called where we are / où nous sommes. Created specially for [...]

November 1, 2009 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

Java News

Java News

The Winter 2009 issue of Sudbury Living has a story about tea. Canadians drink almost nine million cups of tea each year. Writer Heather Campbell visits Curious Thyme Bistro at the Travelway Inn. Here are some interesting statistics from the Coffee Association of Canada regarding our other favourite beverage. 81% of Canadians drink coffee occasionally [...]

November 1, 2009 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

More than just a place to go

More than just a place to go

* The smallest room in most older homes, after the broom closet, is the bathroom. It is also the busiest room. American Standard, the bathroom fixtures people, took a survey in 2008 that found the average person enjoys at least 30 minutes of total privacy behind closed doors daily, but one in four people spend [...]

September 1, 2009 Sudbury Living Magazine Home & Garden 0

The house of fish head soup

The house of fish head soup

A SMALL BROWN HOUSE: My cormorants, sliding down oiled shafts of sunlight as fast as the sunlight itself. My gulls, squabbling in your ever-moving marketplaces and loud invading armies. My white-fish and pike, with scales of only distant stars at night. You do more than surround me. Through my lake-facing windows, you’re part of the [...]

September 1, 2009 Roger Nash Arts 0

Art and the Garden

Art and the Garden

The gardens at Teen Tree Pah on Long Lake have been lovingly cultivated by Ernie Checkeris and Muiriel McLeod for almost a quarter of a century. Teen Tree Pah means “going into a dark hallow” in Greek. Checkeris, the son of Greek immigrants, tamed the sloping camp property he bought 53 years ago for $250. [...]

September 1, 2009 Sudbury Living Magazine Home & Garden 0