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27 Apr 2015

French Macarons

During the French Revolution, Sister Marguerite and Sister Marie-Elisabeth – Les Soeurs Macarons – were seeking asylum in the French town of Nancy. Doctor Gormand took them in and the Macaron Sisters earned their way by making and selling their ground almond meringue cookies. Les Macarons de Nancy are still famous and

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23 Apr 2015

Charles And His Lions

If you visit Vancouver for even the shortest of tours, you will probably hear something about lions: the West and East Lion peaks on the Northshore Mountains and the stately concrete lions who stand guard at the Lions Gate Bridge. The Lions who guard the Gate were carved by Italian-born sculptor Charles Marega in the 1930s.

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21 Apr 2015

Marcus Wild

In The Pirate Who Lost His AARRR, we hear about a young lad who is born with a powerfully loud voice. His in-crib hollering can be heard throughout the town. As the boy grows into a man, he is faced with an important choice: how best to use the power

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18 Apr 2015

Don Mowatt

It takes a brave actor to inhabit the life of a major historical figure – Mark Twain, Robert Schumann, Frederic Chopin, Anton Chekhov. It takes a braver actor to try and portray the complexities of one of these icons’ romantic relationships. What was Twain like with Olivia Langdon Clemens, Schumann

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