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The Prettiest Abandoned Asylum Ever

“The intersection of stardom and madness, mystery and decay meet at the crossroads of Rockhaven Sanitarium. The once-thriving refuge for troubled minds now sits fallow, crumbling and silent as it awaits an uncertain future, much like its past residents.” -Sezin Koehler, author… 937 more words


Do you know who were the first Black Female Provincial Judges in Central Canada?

Juanita Westmoreland-Traoré and Micheline A. Rawlins were the first Black Female Provincial Judges appointed in Central Canada.

Who is Juanita Westmoreland-Traoré?
In 1942, Juanita Westmoreland-Traoré was born in Verdun, which is now part of Montreal. 594 more words

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Friday Hoydens: Women in Theatre

The Irish theatre scene is currently in an uproar of the best kind.

In 1904 the Abbey Theatre in Dublin was co-founded, with W.B. Yeats and Edward Martyn, by… 1,982 more words

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Bearcats HQ

A few of you may remember me posting about a side project of mine, Bearcats & Jezebels (along with a few bios from the site… 114 more words

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I admire Meryl Streep.  She has made my Best Actresses of All Time list quite often in my life. She made it when I saw  1,917 more words