For thousands of years garlic has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes. On occasion it has been known to ward off the devil as well as infections.
From the onion family, garlic’s closest relatives are the onion, shallot and leek. The most common characteristic of garlic is its strong smell and sharp taste. Continue reading
The city’s poet laureate Roger Nash wrote a poem to celebrate Thorneloe University’s 50th anniversary.
“Thorneloe is a place that nourishes and thrives on student communication,” says Nash, who taught at Thorneloe for many years. Continue reading
-Northern Lights Festival Boréal turns 40.
Canadian folk legend Murray McLaughlin entertained at the first Northern Lights Festival Boréal in 1972. Now one of the country’s grandfathers of folk, he’s coming back to Sudbury to celebrate the festival’s Big 4-oh! Continue reading
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Fairy tale princesses have beauty and charm, but do they offer little girls examples of strong female role models? Continue reading
Theatre Cambrian has announced its 2011/12 season line-up, along with plans to include French-language dinner theatre productions. Continue reading
Wembley Public School in Sudbury hosted an Equity Fair this week (Wednesday, April 27) to promote diversity and acceptance. Continue reading
Jessica Penteris is completing a post-graduate program in advertising at Cambrian College, is the communications director for the Student Administrative Council, and on May 21, she’s taking on the Great Wall of China half-marathon. Continue reading