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PROJECT UPDATE - THE WEIRD WILD WEST

We have an update from the editors. They have narrowed down the selections for the six open-submission slots in the book. They assure me they will be announcing final line-up soon. 127 more words

The Weird Wild West

DEADLINE REMINDER - THE WEIRD WILD WEST

Don’t forget, for those interested in submitting to the Weird Wild West anthology, tomorrow is your deadline!

Whether you’re talking about the wild frontier, the Final Frontier, the literary frontier, or all three at once, … 427 more words

The Weird Wild West

Mini-musical Lost and Found tunes into romance

First they launched the album, and now, the show, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

David Sherman and Nancy Lee, a couple who found each other while in their mid-fifties, are currently performing the mini-musical Lost and Found, a co-written, fictionalized tale of their romance, at the newly renovated Rialto Piccolo theatre on Parc Ave. 554 more words

Local Arts

Canada's health care system works "pretty damn well"

By David Sherman

She had a large coffee in her hand and was anxious and outraged. A nurse was at the foot of her husband’s bed in the post-operative neurosurgical unit at the Ottawa Hospital Civic campus where she was monitoring his vitals, doing paperwork and asking if he wanted something stronger for the pain. 1,021 more words

Health And Fitness

Jen Taylor Friedman is Canada's only female Torah scribe

By David Sherman

Jen Taylor Friedman does not come off as a religious revolutionary. Her cheeks are round and full, almost baby-faced. She sometimes slips a thumb into her mouth when she’s pondering. 969 more words

Books

Book Review: Star Wars: Jedi Trial by David Sherman and Dan Cragg

I am still on a reading rampage, which includes a lot of Star Wars and Buffy novels! This time, it was Star Wars: Jedi Trial… 339 more words

Star Wars

Minnesotans remember the Holocaust in traveling exhibit

I READ IT IN THEIR STORIES. Courage. Hope. Strength. Fortitude. Survival.

I see it in the lines that etch deep into their faces, in their piercing eyes, in their hands. 444 more words