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Summer of Chamber Music in Ottawa
Elizabeth Schotten Merklinger

For four weeks every summer, Ottawa is transformed into a magical setting for about one hundred and fifty chamber music concerts.

From our Archives 10 Years Ago:
Rickshaws & Corridors of Power
Colin Todhunter in Bangladesh

The Singing Bed
Larry Thompson in Africa

Life Changes at the Edge of the World

Racheal Walker in Cambodia

The Middle Ground
Tom Kilcourse

The first step on the road to political perdition in Britain was taken when someone discovered a land known as the middle ground
Gibraltar Again
James Skinner

With all the problems that have sprung up around the world in recent months, the Spanish Government has nothing better to do than to start yet another riff raff with Britain over Gibraltar.
Fearguson, USA
+ Readers Responses
James Campion

Doesn’t matter what triggers it; overzealous police or enraged citizenry...

Visiting Japan
Fred C Wilson 111

Meeting up with pen-pals in Tokyo. The village of Mashiko is a ceramicist dream
St. Louis Blues
Dean Borok

Ferguson MO is a fascinating control group for anybody interested in speculating how far American attitudes have progressed during the last 150 years.
How to Construct a Climate Change Simulator - Mark Pierro
There seems to be an awful lot of hullabaloo about climate change and the models used to attempt to simulate climate change and its effects across Chalfont-Saint-Peter, Berkshire...

REVIEWS Film & Books
Martin Green

We sometimes played stickball when we could get hold of a broom handle and when the older guys weren’t playing.
My Summer of Love
Paul Michelson

Sometimes, when I look back on my travels, it’s a brief incident, a passing encounter, a glimpse, a glance — something that seemed inconsequential at the time—that I remember most.
The Love Letters She Left Behind
Abigail George

And so I come to the lady in the water, the sinner’s biochemistry.
Incredibly Closely Illuminated
Abigail George

‘I worry about you. You’re too young to die you know. Get out of that profession. It’s going to kill you...'

Found by Harlan Coben
Indigo - September 11th '14 (UK)
Sam North review

This is the third story in the Mickey Bolitar stories and remains as fast paced and quick to the chase as you’d want from the thriller writer Harlan Coben
The Ghosts of Heaven
by Marcus Sedgwick

Indigo Pub: October 2014 (UK)
Sam Hawksmoor review
... fascinating, tragic, and utterly compelling.
a new YA novel from Sam North
A mysterious, tragic tale from the wilds of the Lincolnshire coast – a haunting story about father and daughter

Great fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em and little fleas have lesser fleas ...ad infinitum - Augustus de Morgan
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