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Making a difference, one stitch at a time

Dorothy Seibold’s photo exhibit celebrates a special group of women and their remarkable recycling effort

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Parents have the power to release their child’s remarkable inner gifts

The talents of some children are like buried treasure. But you can trust a parent to see these precious gifts and help unearth them

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The tangled tragedy of Mary, Queen of Scots

Over the past four-plus centuries, Mary’s reputation has waxed and waned. A movie due out this year should put a positive spin on it

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Rewriting our history won’t make it go away

Historical revisionists want to rename buildings, pull down statues and rename paintings. Leave our history alone, warts and all

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We don’t want to go where trade wars have taken us before

Trump is obviously not deterred by the warnings from economists of a global trade war that could usher in a new depression

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Visiting Liverpool in search of John Lennon’s first muse

Sixty years ago, John Lennon’s mother Julia was killed. He never got over the loss and you can find echos of her influence in Liverpool

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Banksy, and art’s uneasy alliance with capitalism

The gift shop at the Toronto exhibit offers a swath of overpriced items. What would the ultra left-wing artist think of that?

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Out of the roiling heat of Montreal, into the heart of artistic genius

And a full dose of air-conditioned museum comfort certainly doesn’t hurt the appreciation of Picasso

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Emmett still smiling despite uphill battle

Local event raises $26,696 for Ausmus family as they continue to cope with son’s health problems

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The man who cheated death again and again

Caryl Chessman won eight stays of execution until the gas chamber finally caught up with him on May, 2, 1960

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