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Corporate Hippie: Shaun Denaro

He walks up the café lined street of Caloundra at a leisurely pace despite the fact he is running late. By just looking at him, it is hard to imagine this ‘surfer dude’ rushing for anything or anyone. 1,160 more words


WWI - Captain Rudolph (Rudolf) Meade SMYTHE

Captain Rudolph (Rudolf) Meade SMYTHE

Died of wounds 14th September 1915.

Rudolph was born on the 15th June 1885 in Caxton, Cambridgeshire. His parents were Henry Meade Smythe, who died before 20th March 1902 and Fanny Catherine Smythe (nee Pritchard). 238 more words


Orford and Williams Expand Their Horizons

Orford and Williams Expand Their Horizons

Exclusive interview with 2013 Canadian bronze medalists Nicole Orford and Thomas Williams for Ice-Dance.com.


Ottawa woman recalls her experiences during the Persian Gulf War


She is a software designer who lives in a two-storey house in Ottawa, but news of conflict in the Middle East, from the ongoing civil war in Syria to violent political turmoil in Egypt, transports Houda Hassoun to childhood memories of how the outbreak of the Persian Gulf War left her homeless. 651 more words

2014 Summer of Zombie: SPOTLIGHT on Robert Chazz Chute

     So today is the big day!  We’re a little over halfway through the 2014 Summer of Zombie Blog Tour and today is my turn to introduce to you a terrific author, I just recently bought his “This Plague of Days Complete Omnibus Edition” on Amazon and I’ve already sunk my teeth in.  394 more words


Summer of Zombie 2014 Blog Tour, Guest post by Ian McCellan

Flying Zombies That Shoot Lasers

How do you like your zombies? Fast or slow? Intelligent or mindless? Flying or terrestrial-bound? Wait, do zombies fly? Well, I haven’t seen one fly yet, but I’m sure that it won’t be long. 610 more words