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Andy Forgie

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“With memory loss, they can’t remember what they had for breakfast, but they can remember words to songs they danced to long ago. They are lethargic when I get there, and they hear the music and suddenly they are alive and singing and dancing. For a brief window in their day, they are young again. Regardless of your generation, it’s about the songs of your teens and 20s that never leave you.” Read More

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From the Editor’s Desk

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Photography by one of the Frozen Chosen 82°29’58″N  62°20’5″W As the clouds battle the sun and the wind swirls leaves across the lawn, heading with great velocity to our understanding neighbours to the east, the CQL team is putting the finishing touches on the Winter issue. It seemed like a few months ago we were… Read More

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Gravitas Sarah Slean

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Photo courtesy Rick Matthews Sarah Slean answers 21 Gravitas Questions Signed to Atlantic/Warner Records at 19, three-time Juno nominee and modern-day Renaissance woman Sarah Slean has released 11 albums. She has also published two volumes of poetry, starred in short films and a movie musical, written two string quartets, held numerous exhibits of her paintings,… Read More

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From the Editor’s Desk

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Photography by Catherine Stutt Bud and Jill Bud and Jill. Like Cher and Madonna, just their first names are enough. “Have you seen Bud and Jill yet?” is a familiar question at the Codrington Farmers’ Market. Visitors bring antiques and artifacts to show them, get advice, or just discuss a unique find. Same question at… Read More