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[Get into The Time Machine] Brausebad

Brausebad”

by Mingi Kumiko Starring Mark Lee

♦ ficlet ♦ historical, crime, angst ♦ PG-17 (for insulting and cursing) ♦

Thanks for Fina Unni for the cool poster ^^ 1,057 more words

NCTFFI's

CSL marks Victory in Europe Day with pomp and ceremony

On this appropriately dreary, drizzly Sunday afternoon, the City of Cote Saint-Luc commemorated V-E Day at City Hall. The ceremony was held in a jam-packed Council Chamber as veterans and family members joined local dignitaries and residents to pay tribute to the veterans of WWII, as well as the Korean War and other conflicts that the Canadian Armed Forces participated in such as in Bosnia and Afghanistan. 964 more words

Anthony Housefather

For the Love of the Bard

I have had a love affair with Shakespeare as long as I can remember, but every time I hear someone say they hate Shakespeare or they don’t understand Shakespeare or why do we need to study Shakespeare, I wonder how I ended up so different. 488 more words

Middle Readers

The Color Of Our Sky, Amita Trasi - Book Review

I received The Color Of Sky in exchange for an honest review.

I acquired a review copy of The Color Of Sky last year, but shamefully only recently got around to reading it. 589 more words

Book Reviews

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The death and destruction of war can destroy even the strongest among us. Will the loss and pain be too much for Rebecca to withstand? 651 more words

Month That Was - May 1896

Did you know that Oshawa’s historical newspapers are available for searching online? Visit Canadian Community Digital Archives to discover Oshawa’s history for yourself!  This month’s edition of Month That Was has been researched and written based on newspapers available on the online database.  817 more words

Oshawa Community Museum