Category : Life

Imperial Theatre

by Dick Nieuwendyk   The Imperial was designed by architect Albert E. Westover of Philadelphia and built for the Keith-Albee Vaudeville Organization. With a seating capacity of 2,300, it opened to the general public on April 26, 1913. The interior decoration was done ...

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Play time

My son has a new toy this week. It’s a mini grocery cart that he has wanted for ages. I saw it in the thrift store so I decided to buy it for him. Yesterday he came into my office ...

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Would the real Miley Cyrus please stand up!

by Janice Burdon   Reading Frank Kermit’s opinion on Miley Cyrus’s 2013 Video Music Awards performance last week stirred up some memories for me.  Memories I couldn’t ignore and so I feel the need to respond.  My opinion is only worth something ...

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Irois Léger running for mayor of Montréal

Irois Léger, a former journalist and now a business entrepreneur announces that he will be an independent candidate for mayor of Montréal at the next municipal elections on November 3, 2013. The theme of his campaign: Direction Montréal. ...

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Griffintown Boom – Hallelujah

Griffintown From the early nineteenth century until the early 1960’s it was known as Griffintown, a name given to a southwest part of downtown Montreal by Irish immigrants who first populated the area. The area stretches as far north as Notre-Dame ...

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