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Volunteers host a successful fall fair at Burstall

Event featured trade show, silent auction and garage sale, plenty of popular food and chain saw carving

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The subsidy table is set, and actors and writers will dine

The CRTC has backed away from a 21st-century funding model for the creation of Canadian content. We’ll all be poorer as a result

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Is a run for the presidency in Ronan Farrow’s future?

The author of War on Peace demonstrates the kind of qualities that suggest a political career in the making

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Make your own music and memories in Big Pink

The famous house in southeastern New York state was once used by The Band. Now it’s available to the public for overnight stays

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France’s phone hang-up is a conversation starter

Smartphones have undermined everyday social interactions by eroding our ability and desire to talk to one another

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Behind the extraordinary art of the ‘Walt Disney of Japan’

Hayao Miyazaki is brilliant, inspired, outspoken and unconventional. It’s a combination that makes for remarkable films

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Mister Rogers’ well-lived life in the neighbourhood

A new documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, examines the extraordinary life and career of Fred Rogers

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What’s the opposite of opinionated?

‘Freedom of speech means not censoring someone because we don’t agree with what they have to say’

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Tralapa III thrills the masses

Weekend packed with music, food, beer gardens, beach volleyball, slo-pitch and more

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Using laughter to revive a struggling community

The National Comedy Center will open its doors on Aug. 1 in Jamestown, N.Y., the birthplace of Lucille Ball

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