fibromyalgia the disease of a million myths wednesday september 23 6-8:30 pm beacock branch library Register online, by phone
(519-451-8140), or in person starting September 9.
Oh, do you ever get that tingly little feeling after a few pages of a new book? And realize you've just re prioritized your to-do list so you can keep reading?
55 years ago at 10:30 am on Thursday August 11th, 1960, Wellington Square opened as the first enclosed downtown mall in North America on the block bounded by Clarence, King, Wellington and York streets.
With the 1992 discovery of the microfilmed Goebbels diaries in an archive in Russia and the resultant publising of a massive 29 volume German language edition Peter Longerich, a German history professor in London, is the first academic to fully utilize Goebbels' writings.
If you like a good western story you already know that Louis L'Amour is tops in his field.
Language matters is not only an unequivocal statement it is the title of a documentary that asks questions such as "What do we lose when a language dies?".
I don't want to give anything away about this movie so it will have to suffice it to say that in Elephant Song the relationship between a psychiatrist and one of his patients figures prominently in the plot line.