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New Zealand, off the beaten track

New Zealand, off the beaten track

On our visit to New Zealand to see our daughter, we used her community, little known you are never far away from the ocean short, , as a jumping off spot for our adventures. To our delight, this took us away from the more popular tourist destination of the South Island, and gave us access [...]

November 1, 2011 Jean Hanson Travel 0

Journey to the top of the world

Journey to the top of the world

I have always wondered what it would be like to sleep above the clouds, to see Earth the way the stars do, to watch the sun rise over the vast desert landscapes of the Serengeti. So when the timing was right, I jumped at the chance to visit Tanzania. My knowledge of Africa up until [...]

November 1, 2011 Shannon Katary Travel 0

Sawchuk, the artist, the musician, the man

Sawchuk, the artist, the musician, the man

A multi-disciplined artist, Oryst Sawchuk defies simple classification. He is an architect, a graphic designer, a painter, a sculptor and a musician, as well as an urban planner, and a business and community leader. His artistic expression is rooted in social consciousness. Sawchuk won a Community Builders Award for Arts in 2010. “Ever since my [...]

November 1, 2011 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts, Sudbury's Stories 0

Sweet fighter

Sweet fighter

Her first visit to Port au Prince in 1996 was an eyeopener. Vicki Kett had travelled to India years before and witnessed incredible poverty, but nothing like what she saw in Haiti. “People were being infected by diseases long gone like malaria and tuberculosis,” Kett says. A photojournalist turned nurse, and now an AIDS awareness [...]

September 1, 2011 Heather Campbell Lifestyle 0

Celebrate the arts!

Celebrate the arts!

There’s no need to leave the city to find some of the province’s best music, theatre and art. We’ve got it all right here. Sudbury Symphony Orchestra conductor Victor Sawa promised the final performance of the 2010-2011 season would end with a bang. And it did. Audience members were given paper bags at intermission, and [...]

September 1, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Arts 0

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

The times were the months of March and April this year, when my wife and I had the good fortune of experiencing two exotic cities of the Southeast Asia region.Fall 2008The times were the months of March and April this year, when my wife and I had the good fortune of experiencing two exotic cities [...]

September 1, 2008 Arthur Peach Travel 0