Articles written by: Kristine Berey

Dulcinea Langfelder, a mime who broke the silence
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Dulcinea Langfelder, a mime who broke the silence

Martha Graham, Grand Dame of modern dance, whose influence still resonates, defined dance as communication.

Kristine Berey's nursery school in Budapest, 2959.
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Budapest to Montreal: Scenes from an immigrant childhood

My husband and I share almost identical stories of our childhood: circa 1956, the sounds of war outside, he in Cairo, me in Budapest,

SPCA rescues Sydney, a goose
and Eclipse, a duck, bound for
a sanctuary. Other rescues include
rabbits, turtles and aquatic birds.
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Montreal SPCA to step out for St. Patrick’s parade

Sydney the goose and Eclipse the duck, both now sheltered at the Montreal SPCA, won’t be waddling in this year’s St. Patrick’s Parade.

CD review: Stéphane Tétreault,  Marie-Ève Scarfone
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CD review: Stéphane Tétreault, Marie-Ève Scarfone

From the moment of the opening phrase, the listener is drawn into the dialogue between the cello and the piano.

Driver calls for free parking for the handicapped
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Driver calls for free parking for the handicapped

Barbara Weisz hopes Mayor Denis Coderre’s compassion extends to handicapped drivers.

From heart attack to art attack: an awakening
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From heart attack to art attack: an awakening

The gardener and the artist have much in common

What happens to lost  or  forgotten gift cards
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What happens to lost or forgotten gift cards

There are advantages to purchasing a gift card or certificate rather than giving cash or a particular item on special occasions.

Le Nichoir bird sanctuary is not just for the birds
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Le Nichoir bird sanctuary is not just for the birds

Since 1996, Le Nichoir, Canada’s largest bird conservation and rehabilitation centre, has been providing care to injured and orphaned birds before releasing them into their natural environment.

“We are now serving people in their 50s,” 
the community council’s Sheri McLeod notes.
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Clients are getting younger at N.D.G. Senior Citizens’ Council

“One of the big changes for the organization is that we are now serving people in their 50s.”

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Seniors Action Quebec will jazz it up at fundraising concert

A concert at Oscar Peterson Hall September 27 will benefit Seniors Action Quebec, an organization that supports anglo seniors across Quebec.