Monthly Archives: December 2014

Why is Rogers cutting Don Cherry’s time?

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December 10, 2014

For years and years watching “Hockey Night in Canada” on CBC on Saturday nights was about as Canadian as winter. You looked forward to it, it had roots. Your father watched it, his father would listen to it on the radio, and so on and so forth. You always knew Saturday night meant that much […]


Hitting the CANVAS Very rare disorder has Cambridge senior down but not out

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December 8, 2014

A lot can change in a year. With another one ringing in the near distance, many of us take stock of the things we would change if given that chance. What if the moment of possible change could not be pinpointed with any clarity, so that even if we could see into the future, the […]


Travelling on the edge

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December 7, 2014

Okay this isn’t a story about how I hiked the Inca trail, and almost lost it on a ledge that would most likely have led to my death. That’s a friend of mine and a story for a different time. When I say travelling on the edge I mean travelling without cancellation or out of […]


I love Lucy

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December 7, 2014

“Ex Tenebris Lux” or “Out of Darkness, Light” was St. Lucia’s motto. Lucia or Lucy means light and bears the same root as “lucid” which suggests clear radiance. St. Lucia (283-304) is patron saint of the blind and those with eye trouble, as well as patron saint of Syracuse, Sicily where she was born. She […]


Poetry News and Notes

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December 6, 2014

News and Notes Poetry by Bill Ashwell For a writer of any stripe the end of the year is a perfect opportunity to look back and reflect on what has transpired over the previous 12 months. Poetry is often overlooked in literary circles. Printed volumes of verse rarely, if at all, line the shelves at […]


The Forgotten Citizens Cambridge Cold Cases by Rachel Ching

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December 6, 2014

he 1897 Murder of Emma Orr Although this murder took place well over 100 years ago it is still a strange story worth retelling. Emma Orr was a beautiful 37 year old woman who was married to Anthony Orr. They were living the Canadian dream with their young children. They owned a farm house near […]


Under the sea for the holidays

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December 6, 2014

Cambridge theatregoers can spend the holiday season with Ariel and co at the Dunfield Theatre this year. Drayton Entertainment’s performance of Disney’s The Little Mermaid runs from November until Dec. 21 and as of Nov. 21, tickets are 90 per cent sold out already. The classic Disney tale of a mermaid and her journey to […]


Cambidge Live Misic rocks the Beaver and Bulldog

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December 5, 2014

Musicians and music lovers alike crowded the Beaver and Bulldog on Sunday, Nov. 16,as Cambridge Live Music hosted their sixth live music meetup. The meetup, titled the Magnificent Music Matinee edition, ran from 1 to 4pm. It featured17 different performers from the area, door prizes donated by more than 20 and an openappetizer buffet provided […]


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