A Halifax man’s video series called Bad Drivers of Nova Scotia is garnering tens of thousands of views on YouTube. “Driving here is really dangerous,” Mike Smith, the Dalhousie University student behind the videos, said. His videos show near-misses and questionable driving decisions made by other motorists. The series can be viewed on his YouTube page (WARNING: the […]
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Last week (March 5 – 12) was a delight. It was the Kingston Book Festival 2016. Spirited discussions took place. There were insightful information sessions, entrancing readings of poetry and prose…and the Kingston Book Fair, bright, noisy and fun. Throughout the week and at every event, there was busy networking, quiet sharing of ideas, mutual enjoyment of the world of books. Here are a few photos I took that I hope will capture a little bit of the week’s activities (in somewhat random order). You will find more photographs on the KBF Facebook page. In addition to these events, there were book donations to a children’s hospital ward, readings at correctional institutions and schools, a Christian book session, and a workshop for publishers and writers. Congratulations to Festival Chair Kellie Magnus and Book Industry Association of Jamaica Chair Latoya West-Blackwood. They worked incredibly hard and at a crazy pace at…
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