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Brett Lawrie
Brett Lawrie: Then and Now

What a difference three years makes. When Brett Lawrie made his big league debut back in August of 2011, he had energy to spare. Lawrie was a ball of calamity, overflowing with testosterone, crushing Red Bulls in the dugout at any given moment. But now, he’s a much more subdued version of his younger self.

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Lisa Drew

The Amazing Super Clark

Behind every Superhero is a Super Mom and Super Dad…( and one great community supporting them…). Meet Super Clark Harris. As his mom tells me,  he really is one cute kid. He’s almost ten months ago,  has big blue eyes and rocks a funky blonde mohawk. Clark has something called  Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia Type 2 or 

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On that note with Care Finch

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A Festival of Biblical Proportions

Guelph. One of the richest musical communities is featuring one of its favourite music festivals again this year. Kazoo! Fest took flight yesterday, and continues until April 11th. Showcasing over 30 artists, film screenings, visual art & multimedia installments and a print expo, Kazoo! dominates the downtown core (full map available on their website). One

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Glenn Pelletier

The last time the Leafs won the Stanley Cup……..

For the eighth time in the past nine seasons, the Toronto Maple Leafs have missed the playoffs. After losing 3-0 in Tampa, the Leafs were officially eliminated from playoff contention. They have two games left before the season comes to and end, concluding a turbulent campaign in which so much went wrong for the club.

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Flaws in MLB’s New Instant Replay System

Raise your hand if you’re slightly confused about MLB’s new instant replay system. So, is that just about everyone? When it was announced this offseason that Major League Baseball would instate a new replay system, I think most were ecstatic that baseball was finally heading in the right direction with replays. But I don’t think

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Glenn Pelletier

Downtown retail landscape to change again

It’s the end of an era for the in-and-out store on King Street near Victoria Street. For more than 40 years, the Beer Store, formerly Brewer’s Retail, has called the location home, but alas, it is moving in the fall, to make way for the transit hub. Suds lovers fond of the location of the

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Lisa Drew

Who Killed Archie?

Wait for it.   “Life with Archie #36″ is really about Archie’s Final Goodbye.  It comes out in July. Are we really falling for this….?  Who will put the final red rose on his coffin?  Betty or Ronnie?  Does this mean the girls will show up on the Real Housewives of Riverdale once their comic book

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Lisa Drew

Green Ribbons.

This is Be A Donor month. Right now…over 1500 people are sitting on a waiting list in this province. They are waiting desperately for a heart, lungs, kidneys… Bottom line: Their time is running out. Over the weekend The Trillium Gift of Life Network appealed for more of us to sign up. It says many

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Happy Opening Day

It’s finally here. After five long months, Toronto Blue Jays Opening Day has officially arrived. It feels good to finally say that. As cliched as it sounds, everyone begins Opening Day tied for first place. As of this moment, every team has an equal shot to make it to the postseason (but not if you

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On that note with Care Finch

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Some BIG Facts about a BIG Music Fest

Mark Higgins has made some BIG waves in the music industry with his BIG Music Fest. Selecting this year’s location to be McLennan Park in Kitchener, the man behind the summer music event took some time out to chat with me about the festival. Higgins told me he’s been on the stage since he was

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