Sally Field: Soul searching yields a memoir

By Hannah Stephenson Actress Sally Field has taken a long time to write her life story – seven years of soul-searching,

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Celebrating 20th century clown Red Skelton

By Bill Brioux For 20 years, he was one of the biggest stars on television. Today, however, more than two

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A Seriously Funny Place

By Liz Campbell If laughter is the best medicine, Jamestown, NY is the place to go for large doses of

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Mary Poppins brings magic to YPT stage

By Jane Muller The Vinyl soundtrack recording of the original “Mary Poppins” movie starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke

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Poking into the Past: Three Funny Men

By Tom Morrow Of the many celebrities I schmoozed with during more than four decades of writing and interviews, three

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Syrian pioneer’s recipe for worldly views and authentic food

By Liz Campbell It’s become almost commonplace to speak of someone as a Renaissance man, but in the true sense

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Resilience: The Battlefield Art of 1919–1922

Ottawa, Ontario, September 20, 2018 — The end of a war is never the end of the story, but the

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Stiller escapes from comedy in prison break tale

By Bill Brioux CANNES – Ben Stiller had to know this question was coming. You’re known for such films as

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The Goods

By Christine Davis Around the World Travel Bag Set Inspire your travels with this set from Kikkerland that includes a

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Tribute to kings and queens of country reigns on Drayton stage

By Valerie Hill Waterloo Region Record After a successful run at the tiny St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre in 2017, “Kings

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