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“Paint the Pavement” community street mural

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“Paint the Pavement” community street mural

A crew of artists of all ages assembled at the corner of Canboro Rd. and Effingham St. in Ridgeville Friday as part of a “Paint the Pavement” street mural community event organized by the Town of Pelham and the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation. “The Town of Pelham is delighted to partner with the Friends of […]

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Take part in art

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Take part in art

With Art Crawl Port Colborne less than a month away, organizers have been thrilled with the response to the fifth annual street festival held alongside the Welland Canal. “You know you’re doing something right when people start calling in January to be part of an event six months away,” said Gail Todd of the Art […]

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Theremin’s life basis for Giller prize-winning book

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Theremin’s life basis for Giller prize-winning book

  A desire for free CDs set Sean Michaels on his path of becoming a writer. “Despite the fact I always wanted to be a writer, I really think I stumbled backwards into being a successful, in as much as I am published, writer of literary fiction,” Michaels told the crowd at Roselawn Centre in […]

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Tri-City Gospel Chorus performs at Fonthill United Church

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Tri-City Gospel Chorus performs at Fonthill United Church

Sweet heavenly sounds, and harmonious voices joined in celebration as Tri-City Gospel Chorus held it’s 95th Singsperation Service at Fonthill United Church Sunday evening. The church was packed with people who wanted to experience this unique 100 man group’s style of inspirational music. Tri-City Gospel Chorus was formed in 1995 when men,who liked to sing Gospel Music […]

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Giller Prize winner at Roselawn Thursday

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Giller Prize winner at Roselawn Thursday

The winner of the 2014 Scotiabank Giller Prize will be the latest author of the season at the Canadian Authors Series Thursday at Roselawn Centre in Port Colborne. Sean Michaels, born in Stirling, Scotland in 1982, won last year’s Giller for his novel Us Conductors, inspired by the true life and loves of famed Russian […]

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The Spoons perform Saturday at Lakeshore

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The Spoons perform Saturday at Lakeshore

Those Old Emotions might stir up some Romantic Traffic and people may be able to Tell No Lies Saturday night as Canadian 80s band The Spoons perform in Port Colborne. The new wave synthpop band, formed in 1980 in Burlington, who recorded those chart hits, and others, including Nova Heart, between 1982 and 1989, will […]

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