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Downtown gets uptown branding

Downtown gets uptown branding

REPRINTED FROM NORTHERN LIFE Downtown Sudbury’s rebranding campaign is based on a pushpin graphic with a ‘D’ in the centre, similar to the graphics on online maps that highlight the location of whatever site you’re searching for. The graphic is twinned with the tagline, ‘Downtown: A place for you since 1883.’ Changing the way residents [...]

February 28, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

Book Review: Sudbury has always been a treasure to exploit

Book Review: Sudbury has always been a treasure to exploit

    From Meteorite Impact to Constellation City  by Oiva Saarinen This  broad painting of the area’s history engages, stimulates, provokes and instructs in equal measure. He does an excellent job of peeling back Sudbury’s multi-layered history identifying 15 milestones as chapters. The reader is taken on a journey of epic proportions that starts with [...]

October 30, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts, Sudbury's Stories 0

Arts Calendar for April 2014

Arts Calendar for April  2014

  Information for this arts calendar is supplied by the Sudbury Arts Council. ———————————–       April 4 Theatre Cambrian presents Things My Mother Taught Me, Dinner Theatre to April 13. 705.524.7317   April 5 Walden Art Club will hold their spring Artists In Action show April 5 and 6 from 11 am until [...]

March 24, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Our Town 0

Who’s Who: Bill Duncan

Bill Duncan was born in Scotland and moved to Sudbury with his family at the age of six. Duncan played for the Sudbury Wolves in 1914 when the team won the Gordon Cup, and for Hamilton in 1918 when the Tigers won the Allen Cup. He later became involved in the sport of curling. Duncan [...]

March 19, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0