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Could she dance

She was a 70-something, 5-foot something, silver-haired beauty with eyes that could carry on a conversation and a smile that could make a beggar give up his last dime.

Advertorial: 300 More Reasons to Head South For the Winter

As temperatures begin to drop up North, Southern Vacation Rentals is gearing up for the winter by adding nearly 300 vacation rentals to their options for guests to stay along the beaches of Northwest Florida and Coastal Alabama.

Advertorial - Snowbird season is almost here

Get ready for a sweet Southern experience because snowbird season is almost here!

Advertorial - Choose a sweet southern winter vacation in Northwest Florida

Dreaming of spending your winter in a warmer climate? Southern Vacation Rentals wants to help you find the perfect home, cottage or condo rental in Northwest Florida for your extended stay this winter.

Hamilton: Not a lunchpail town

A trip to the Hamilton area will soon convince you that there is much more there than steel-mills, bowling alleys and football.

The world’s greatest detective

Robert Fabian, who had risen through the ranks of the London Metropolitan Police Force to become detective superintendent of Scotland Yard, was popularly known as the world’s greatest detective.

Memories of London’s underground

All the hubbub surrounding Toronto’s expansion of its smallish subway service got me to thinking about the massive London Underground System with its almost 300 stations on 11 different lines.

Norfolk, Ont. mink farmers make Faces of Fur calendar

Sandra admits the anti-fur lobby is huge and recalls 450 mink being released by activists who broke into the cages on a Simcoe farm a few years back

Matilda comes to Toronto as part of Mirvish's '15-'16 season

Two Tony Award-winning musicals and a hit London play are among the productions in the Mirvish 2015-16 season.

BOB'S BLOG: History repeating itself says crusading author, 91

The author looks back at the Depression and the brutal poverty he experienced in his youth, and sees how history is repeating itself.

Forever Young Information

Canada's Adult Lifestyle Publication

Ride a lazy river

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Travel, World Slideshow
Jan 14, 2008 - 7 comments

In a land of jungle and caves washed by the Caribbean waters along Jamaica's northern coast, are the resorts for which this country is justly famous -- Half Moon in Montego Bay, the Grand Lido in Negril and Breezes a short...

Sailor's delight

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Travel, World Slideshow
Dec 20, 2007 - 4 comments

During a 1770 voyage of discovery, Captain James Cook was the first to praise sailing among the Whitsunday Islands off the northeast coast of Australia. In his log book he wrote: "Everywhere good anchorages ... indeed the whole passage is one...

Volcanos & vineyards

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Travel, World Slideshow
Dec 20, 2007 - 6 comments

The Azores seem more like Hawaii than Portugal, with their black lava fields, flowers and whales. Although the mid-Atlantic archipelago combines elements from both destinations, our visit to four of the nine islands confirmed that they have unique personalities. On Faial,...

Gourmand's getaway

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Travel, World Slideshow
Nov 07, 2007 - 6 comments

In windy Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand located on the North Island, two unabashedly determined females have launched innovative local tour companies. High on the list of hot topics are food and wine. "We sit around the table for...

A road into history

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Travel, World Slideshow
Nov 07, 2007 - 4 comments

There's nobody in sight on this early summer morning as I step onto the pavement and look toward the distant hills. The road is straight. Were it not for the ruins and collapsed farmhouses, surrounded by vineyards and olive trees, some...

Eurostar speeds up Paris

Oct 16, 2007 - 4 comments

Beginning this fall, Eurostar cuts about 25 minutes off its London service to Paris and Brussels. Trains leaving north London's St. Pancras Station offer service on a high-speed line to Brussels in less than two hours and to Paris in less...

Denmark's Tivoli dresses for Christmas

Oct 16, 2007 - 4 comments

From mid-November to the end of the year, Copenhagen's classic amusement park, Tivoli Gardens, dons holiday raiment as it presents delights of Christmases past and present. Strollers wander through miniature villages with their shops or sample the 30-odd rides and many...

Christmas shop, Swedish style

Oct 16, 2007 - 4 comments

Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg, lays claim to the largest Christmas market in the country. From mid-November to Christmas Eve, the city's centrally located Liseberg Amusement Park, the country's most popular visitor attraction, has its 80 cabins and shops offering an...

Bard's spirit buoys Avon

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Travel, World Slideshow
Oct 16, 2007 - 5 comments

The "Sweet Swan of Avon," Ben Johnson's honorific for William Shakespeare, is reflected best in nature's choreography as the stately curvaceous creatures carve their rippled wake across the surface of the world-famous waterway in England's Stratford-Upon-Avon. Chances are visitors will find...

Travels with Jane Christmas

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Oct 16, 2007 - 4 comments

The question arises: what would compel someone to celebrate a 50th birthday by slogging over an ancient 800-kilometre pilgrimage route in northern Spain? The answer may be discovered in a new book by Jane Christmas, What the Psychic Told the Pilgrim:...