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Beatrice MacNeil’s The Geranium Window is a Tour de Force

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the corrosive affect of secrecy on three generations of a prominent Cape Breton family

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Why We Need Women’s Stories…

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Women hold three percent of decision-making positions in media management, and only twenty percent of news articles are about women and their experiences.

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10 Most Popular Posts of 2016

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This list of the ‘most popular’ posts (as evidenced by readers’ clicks) showcases the wide variety of content found here at AtlanticBooksToday.ca.

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Best Gift Books – Our Staff Picks:

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Best Gift Books – Our Staff Picks: We’re having trouble resisting a good old-fashioned book-buying spree. But this time with loved ones in mind.

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Newfoundland Christmas Cooking, the Traditional Way

in #82 Winter 2016/Cooking/Reviews by

Nostalgia doesn’t give a damn about updates or contemporary versions and visions. It wants things done the way they were always done, from recipe to ingredients.

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A Collection of Some of Newfoundland’s Best Plays

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Accompanied by full production details, it both preserves the texts of ephemeral theatrical experience and provides the mechanics for re-staging them.

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Small book showcases The Big Land: Labrador

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Minty chose to limit himself to a few words in the introduction, and let his photographs speak for themselves.

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