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Two women defined by and celebrated for a single book each

BOOKS (Troy Media) Margaret Mitchell and Harper Lee tackled the peculiarities and flaws of the American South of different eras but still plumbed some universal truths

A simple mistake shouldn’t lead to public shaming

MACFADYEN (Troy Media) Our society is very quick to throw stones of outrage at anyone who has made a mistake and instantly condemn their failings

The nationalism versus globalism debate explained

MURPHY (Troy Media) English journalist David Goodhart’ new book states that much of current elite opinion would be soundly rejected by voters if ever openly expressed at the ballot box

The Merchant of Venom’s Canadian connection

TAUBE (Troy Media) Don Rickles was a master of insult comedy, making jokes about racial and religious groups that would never survive in today’s politically correct world

Stop being boring and read

PRICE (Troy Media) Life without reading is like losing a sensation, like taste – everything’s as bland as batter

The Canadian who helped tame America’s Wild West

LIFESTYLE (Troy Media) Born in Quebec, Bat Masterson set out to find adventure on America’s frontier – and he found plenty, etching his name and deeds in the history books

Fool me once … the tough task of parsing truth from fiction

MACFADYEN (Troy Media) Pranks and tall tales snare the unsuspecting. And so many events of these past 12 months could pass as April Fool’s jokes, except they are – sadly – real

On the trail of a monarch deep in the heart of Mexico

TRAVEL (Troy Media) Taking rough roads, with an eye out for bandidos, in search of the increasingly endangered species

Take that, millennials, your culture is already old

NEIMAN (Troy Media) Millennials will recognize their time has passed when they realize their own children know Emma Watson better as Belle than as Hermione

David Bershad: A tribute to faithfulness and a fighting spirit

EDUCATION: St. Mary’s University’s professor David Bershad had the patience to teach his students how to read art like reading words

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