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Who’s Who: Frank Dennie, founding father of Capreol

Who’s Who:  Frank Dennie, founding father of Capreol

Several streets in Capreol are named after the Dennie family: Dennie, James, Lloyd, Clyde, Glenn, Randolph and Hanna. [...]

April 9, 2018 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Neighbourhoods, Sudbury's Stories 0

Our Story: First Things First

Our Story: First Things First

In our story about Greater Sudbury, we must first acknowledge the First People of this territory. When the Europeans arrived, they made contact with the Whitefish Lake Ojibwa, “hardy self-reliant people who led a semi-nomadic life following the food cycle of fish, game and plants,” wrote E.G Higgins in Sudbury Then & Now, published in [...]

December 30, 2017 Sudbury Living Magazine Our Town, Sudbury's Stories 0

Angie Nussey’s on the long, hard road to becoming an overnight sensation

Angie Nussey’s on the long, hard road to becoming an overnight sensation

    Angie Nussey still has a copy of the first song she wrote, a somewhat concise but prophetic song performed on the family tape recorder. “I’m going to be a famous singer one day. But I can’t right now. Cuz I’m only seven.” Nussey is all grown up now and well on her way [...]

October 27, 2014 Bob Bale Arts 0

Labour of love: a musical composition

Labour of love: a musical composition

Robert Lemay, Sudbury composer   Update: Jan. 17, 2014   Contemporary and experimental music ensemble from New Brunswick in Sudbury for a performance. The Motion Trio will present the next concert in the 5-Penny New Music Concerts. The concert is on Saturday, Jan. 25, at St. Peter’s United Church at 8 pm. General admission is [...]

January 17, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

Larry Berrio rooted on the rock

Larry Berrio rooted on the rock

Country music is all about roots, and the early beginnings of a country singer are well-established: a childhood surrounded by a musical family, singing in church on Sundays, with starry-eyed dreams of one day standing beside your musical heroes on the stage of the Grand Ol’ Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. The story of Sudbury singer [...]

March 1, 2012 Scott Haddow Arts 0

Memories of a Dirty Thirties survivor

Memories of a Dirty Thirties survivor

The first memory I have is running and playing in an empty lot, and I think it was off Frood Rd., in the Donovan. It represents a time in my life when my mother was running a rooming house to help meet the needs of the family. Dad was as an insurance agent. It was [...]

October 31, 2011 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 1

Adetuyi brothers film to be shown at Cinefest

Adetuyi brothers film to be shown at Cinefest

The Adetuyi brothers’ film shot in Sudbury last year, High Chicago, will be shown at Cinefest 2011. Set in 1975, High Chicago is a gritty drama about Sam, a 42-year-old husband and father of two, in the grip of a serious gambling addiction. Living on the edge of poverty in a northern mining town, Sam [...]

September 1, 2011 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

Northern boy

Northern boy

Sudbury often watches its youth venture out into the world with many finding their way back to their hometown. David Joseph Anselmo is one of those wandering youth who ventured across the ocean to find his passion and returned home to share what he learned. He’s a man who doesn’t settle and takes hold of [...]

November 1, 2010 Heather Campbell 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

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