For Liona Boyd, Christmas is also an anniversary of the holiday, 52 years ago, when she got her first guitar.
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Volunteers make the world go round. Organizations, social services, religious groups, civic and neighborhood groups, service organizations, and...Read More»
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Rebecca Levant was in her mid-50s before she had “enough confidence to get a CD out there.”
Singing and performing was always an important...Read More»
As you age, it becomes increasingly difficult to learn another language. Yet, as a result of the Internet, advancing software and new techniques...Read More»
Memoir-writing is not for the meek. Once you begin, you start to realize the enormity of capturing the essence of your story. Nevertheless, if...Read More»
Winnipeg-born Carol Novis always knew she wanted to write and publish a book of fiction.
She just didn’t know it would be a fairy tale.
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If you know someone who deserves to be recognized for being active in the community -- including protesting -- Michael MacMillan wants to know...Read More»
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