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Art of the lens: black and white photography

Art of the lens: black and white photography

At first glance, the location of George Hill’s photos cannot be easily identified.Summer 2008At first glance, the location of George Hill’s photos cannot be easily identified. For example, one photo shows intricate, chaotic patterns of white and orange on a concrete wall. It was taken in the underpass on College St. near the Steelworkers’ Hall. [...]

June 1, 2008 Heidi Ulrichsen Arts 0

High hopes

High hopes

Tammy DiAmicis is an addict and proud of it. She is addicted to gardening, and this spring she was spreading the word at free seminars at Greater Sudbury Public Library branches. “There’s something about getting your hands dirty and watching plants grow,” she says. Thirteen years ago, DiAmicis was asked to cover a shift at [...]

June 1, 2008 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden 0

Shrubs add class

Shrubs add class

Shrubs provide the framework that ties a home’s landscape together. Ornamental shrubs direct foot traffic, create backgrounds, as well as provide a smooth transition from tree canopy to ground level. A shrub is usually a multi-stemmed woody plant shorter than 15 inches, but this definition is not set in stone. When selecting shrubs consider the [...]

June 1, 2008 James St. John Home & Garden 0

Canadian-style casual dining invented in Sudbury

Canadian-style casual dining invented in Sudbury

In February 1980, three Sudbury men, Nick Perpick, Ralph Roy and Gary Ceppetelli, opened the first Casey’s on The Kingsway.Summer 2008In February 1980, three Sudbury men, Nick Perpick, Ralph Roy and Gary Ceppetelli, opened the first Casey’s on The Kingsway. Perpick and his brother-in-law, Ceppetelli, had learned about casual dining restaurants while visiting the United [...]

June 1, 2008 Heidi Ulrichsen Savour Sudbury, Sudbury's Stories 0

An inviting place | Kitchen Furniture

An inviting place | Kitchen Furniture

Our ancestors considered the hearth as the focus point of their homes. It was where people cooked and enjoyed their food. Its fires warmed them and gave them light to read or enjoy other activities after the sun went down. Despite the massive changes in the way we live during the last century, the kitchen [...]

March 1, 2008 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden 0

All about Pandora

All about Pandora

UPDATE JAN. 31, 2011 Pandora Topp in appearing in the Magnus Theatre production and world premiere of this new musical work by world renowned playwright, novelist, and composer Tomson Highway. The (Post) Mistress recounts the adventures of a small-town postmistress who divines the contents of sealed letters that pass through her hands.  After having worked at [...]

March 1, 2008 Todd Robson Arts 0

Source of support

Source of support

With more than 25 years of experience, BioPed is the largest health-care franchise of this type in the world and has become the standard of excellence in alleviating foot-related discomfort. They have recently entered into a partnership with the Canadian Diabetes Association. Pedorthist/owner Robin White has been operating the Sudbury location for 17 years. His [...]

March 1, 2008 Judi Koski Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

What a wonderful world

What a wonderful world

In terms of wine and spirits, the world has much to offer. With such a vast array of colourfully new and innovative products at the LCBO, the only question is: where to begin the journey?Spring 2008In terms of wine and spirits, the world has much to offer. With such a vast array of colourfully new [...]

March 1, 2008 Jamie Kensley Savour Sudbury 0

Magical keepsakes: Christmas fireplace

Magical keepsakes: Christmas fireplace

On Christmas Eve, millions of children throughout the world ask, “How does Santa get into our house? What if we don’t have a fireplace? Or a chimney? What if we’ve just moved? What if we always lock the door? What if? What if?”Winter 2007On Christmas Eve, millions of children throughout the world ask, “How does [...]

November 1, 2007 Judi Koski Holiday 0

Keep it simple

Keep it simple

The days of pulling out old, massive sets of dust-encrusted holiday decorations are over. Today’s embellishments should reflect the fluid, changing nature of people’s lives. That means keeping adornments simple, versatile and multi-purpose. “Think about what you have to plan for over the holidays and decorate accordingly,” says Stephen Chapman, a designer with Studio Flowers.Winter [...]

November 1, 2007 Wendy Bird Holiday 0