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Theatre review: Odyssey provides a mixed bag of one-act plays

The Things We Do for Love

Odyssey Theatre

Strathcona Park

Reviewed Sunday

Odyssey Theatre’s celebration of its 30th anniversary is a mixed bag in more ways than one. 475 more words

Local Arts

Every day, it's a choice.

Wise words from Don Quixote….

Is today a day for patience, or celebration? Or both? What will you make it?

Cooking from the Heart of Spain

Twenty years have gone by since I read Spanish classic Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes (ack!), and while I may not remember what this hapless knight ate on his travels, I do remember thinking that most of it sounded good. 162 more words

Spanish Foods

What Inspired Me This Week - Edition 26

Here are some things that I read, listened to, or watched this week that I really enjoyed, inspired and / or challenged me. I want to share them with you in the hope they will do the same for you. 540 more words



“The hooded falcon became a byword for that hope in the light which is nourished in the darkness. Renaissance printers adopted it as their emblem with the verbal device … 15 more words

Bird Art

Social change through art - Don Quixote and LiLi

The image above of Don Quixote is a photo I took of a painting while visiting The Don Quixote Iconographic Museum which is located in Quanajuato ,Mexico. 185 more words


Guanajuato,Mexico and Don Quixote

During our visit to Guanajuato, in June, my wife and four friends visited the Don Quixote Iconographic Museum and viewed many of the 850 pieces of visual art. 136 more words