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Jen Grant at the Centre in the Square
Jen Grant performed at the Centre in the Square Tuesday evening. Mel Parsons from New Zealand was the opening act.
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The show goes on
Ron Couch wanted to talk about the 60th anniversary of the Kinsmen TV Auction in a place that has directly benefited from the work the club has done over the past six decades.
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La Yapa: Spring food scene
It’s early March, so let’s do a quick review of the restaurant scene.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: abandoned mausoleum
A few kilometres west of Port Dover, on Highway 6 stands an abandoned mausoleum with room for more than 300 dead guests. It is situated on a sacred burial ground owned by the Port Dover Cemetery Company.
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Finding 'who' you are
What comes to mind when you “think of a beautiful schlopp — with a cherry on top?”
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A reply to violence
Upon hearing the news of U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963, Leonard Bernstein, then conductor of the New York Philharmonic, responded with this now famous phrase: “This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.”
Teen philanthropy group seeks grantee
Social Venture Partners’ teen group, focused on tackling Waterloo Region’s challenges involving children, youth and families, is now accepting applications from non-profits in Waterloo Region for a $4,000 grant, plus volunteer time.
La yapa: Seedy Saturday
Gardening: it’s a leisure activity that is second in popularity only to walking.
Paul Barrie photo
Classic choir
Last Wednesday Classic Albums Live performed Pink Floyd’s The Wall, with help from the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir.
Paul Barrie photo
Let it be
Let It Be: A Celebration of Music of the Beatles The Beatles Story was performed at the Centre in the Square on Sunday night.
In unison
Last Saturday, Foreigner performed their greatest hits at Centre in the Square to a sold out audience. Joining the band for the second-last number was the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir singing I Want to Know What Love Is. Foreigner also gave a $500 donation to the choir.
De Boer's treasures
A century ago, this wooden colonist car was used to bring immigrants to western Canada. But in the 1920s it was converted to a school on wheels. This 80-foot-long car was refurbished in the 1980s and is now a museum in Sloman Memorial Park in the town of Clinton.
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A serving of Stone Soup
The international response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa never matched the urgency needed to aid front-line healthcare workers stem the tide of the disease outbreak.
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A century in the making
Wearing a festive sash, Cecilia Downing-Linton celebrated her 100th birthday at Victoria Place Retirement Residence on Jan. 28.
Celebrate Black History Month
There is a slew of events planned for February, celebrating Black History Month.
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Fighting together
The Webber family is praying for a miracle.
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Walking for memories
Participants in the Alzheimer Society of Waterloo Wellington 2015 Walk for Memories hold up yellow laces which symbolize those they dedicated the walk to. The annual event was held in different locations across Ontario, including in Waterloo Region last Sunday. The event raised more than $51,000.
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I've seen a little
Alan Doyle, from Canadian band Great Big Sea, played Centre in the Square last Wednesday night. He performed songs from his solo album called Boy on Bridge. Later this month, Doyle plays shows in Burlington, Kingston and Richmond Hill.
 
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