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Double-Digits in Humber Bay

8 April 2014 — Could it be better? Full sun, no clouds, & the thermometer finally pushing its way up into double-digits. So I, plus half the rest of the world it seems, head for Humber Bay in the west end. 913 more words

Photography

To Pandora

The sun’s claw pulls our shadows
like a brush the hair of an unruly
child. The sea breathes in, breathes out.

Wrapped in sand, catching the waves’ 62 more words

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Live Chat: The Mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

The mystery of the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has only deepened since it vanished on March 8 with 239 passengers on board. What happened to the plane on its route from Kuala Lumpur and Beijing, and why is it taking so long to get answers? 155 more words

News

Editorial: The mystery is that there is still mystery

It is not out of line to presume that the 239 people who were aboard Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 are dead. As of Tuesday, It’s been 11 days since the plane flew off into a mystery that has captivated people around the world. 256 more words

Opinion

Flight 370, where are you?

The ongoing search for a missing Boeing 777 has become just about the strangest story I’ve ever heard.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/14/world/asia/malaysia-airlines-plane/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

A jetliner takes off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing. 339 more words

The Thing I Like About ...

… Air Disasters (TV): the way it makes things really, really simple.

When you’re someone who likes disaster films and true-story TV shows about airline disasters, you get a lot of strange looks. 362 more words

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