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20
May
Nothing’s too much trouble for Mr. Lever

Nothing’s too much trouble for Mr. Lever

While a chance to gain thoughtful insights and learn valuable business strategies from highly successful Chronicle Herald president Mark Lever doesn’t come around every day, you know what else doesn’t come around every day? 

A comedy duo like the Two Ronnies. 

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20
May
It ain’t pretty

It ain’t pretty

If you’re one of the few who caught the recent rock documentary Chasing Fortune, concerning reality show winner J.D. Fortune (who he? — ed.) and his attempt to stage a comeback after being booted from Australian dance/rock band INXS a few years back, you’ll know that J.D.’s luck as of late has not improved. 

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20
May
The bright lights of Fenway Park

The bright lights of Fenway Park

It looks like the province is going to be getting a little more of its money’s worth out of that replica lighthouse it wheeled around downtown Toronto last summer.

The province has dragged it across the border and into the good old U.S. of A. to drum up some tourism traffic from the New England travel set. The May 16 to 18 tour culminates in Nova Scotia Day at Fenway Park.

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20
May

We’ll tweet day and night, or else fold like umbrellas...

A Twitter spat between Nova Scotia labour activist Tony Tracy and a guy who feels he’d been wrongly fired recently escalated to the point of the cops getting involved.

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20
May

CBC kicks Cape Breton once again

While enjoying the festivities at the Atlantic Journalism Awards, I took an opportunity to chat with my dear friend Andrew Cochran, the Big Kahuna at CBC Atlantic.

Our topic for the evening: irony.

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