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Stand Tall: Burton Cummings

By John Thomson on Dec 7, 2017

“Old people, ha. Listen to me, I’m 70. We all grow old, but I like to think like a teenager still mesmerized by the music,” says the septuagenarian. “I’m still mesmerized by the music. Definitely.” Read more...


Winter Adventure in Grand County

By Kate Robertson on Dec 2, 2017

I manage to click off one photo of the snowmobile group before my phone dies from the cold. That’s what happens when you’re hanging out in the middle of winter at 3,600 metres near the summit of the Continental Divide. Read more...


Reboot - December 2017

By Verena Foxx on Dec 2, 2017

Marlee Hosho Ross is an ordained Zen chaplain, and says she is now “doing the work that I’m meant to do.” Mauro Azzano noticed, when he returned my call, that the last four digits of my phone number spell my surname. Read more...


The Gift of Friendship

By Pat Nichol on Dec 2, 2017

During this Christmas season, keep this thought in mind: material gifts are immaterial. Often the best presents we can give to each other are a willing ear, an open heart and shared laughter. The gift of friendship, in other words. Read more...


Reinvent Relevance

By John Bonanni on Nov 23, 2017

The last time I walked a quad on a college campus was about three months ago when I had to convince the Bursar that a record of my attendance existed.  Read more...


Fairness

By Murray Enkin on Nov 23, 2017

I am certainly not alone in my credo that the world is not fair. It is obviously very much a matter of perspective. Read more...


Know When to Hold'Em

By William Chiu on Nov 6, 2017

Peter Brown: respected lawyer, family man, mental health educator, disability advocator and gym-rat. Quite a legacy, but Peter wants to make a lasting impression before the party is over. Read more...


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