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Lacey Owens to speak at Christmas in November

Lacey Owens to speak at Christmas in November

Local fundraiser is in its 11th year bringing women from across the area together to support the museum and its projects

Goose Festival parade draws excellent crowd

Then Goose Festival parade had to be postponed from its original date on Sept. 22, during the festival, to Sept. 29 due to inclement weather

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Turning an inner-city wasteland into a thriving cultural hub

How the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, a bastion of contemporary art, resurrected a community and why others should follow its lead

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Eaton’s house provides wonderful memories

Historic catalogue-purchased house sits at the Kindersley and District Plains Museum

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Fundy Trail beckons you to get off the high-speed highway
This is part 1 of 1 in the series Exploring Canada's East Coast

The view along the Fundy Trail offers something at every compass point – crashing waves, rocks, hills, forests, waterfalls and streams

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Nutrien locations participate in Small Town Showdown

Every dollar raised during the charity barbecues counts as a vote in the contest

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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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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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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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