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Dance dream comes true in the Glebe

By Ashwin Shingadia
Kailena Van de Nes realized her life’s dream when she opened the doors of KV Dance Studio on September 2 in the basement of 108 Third Avenue. Van de Nes was GNAG’s principal dance instructor for nine years and gave dance lessons at the Glebe Community Centre, Ecclesiax Church and other venues. More than 150 people helped Van de Nes celebrate at her opening party on September 5.

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The Spectrum of Years – Seniors & Youths

“Today is the oldest you’ve ever been and the youngest you’ll ever be again.”

Check out these four inspiring stories that prove that age really is just a number.

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Glebe House Tour returns this fall

By Suzanne McCarthy
Those of you who gaze admiringly at homes featured in design magazines and blogs and long to take a closer look are in for a treat. Join us for the Glebe House Tour of five fabulous homes on Sunday, September 21 from 1 to 4 p.m.

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Viewpoint: Taking the money out of climate change

By Lenore Fahrig

Editor’s note: Do you agree or disagree with this viewpoint? You are welcome to argue and support your position with evidence (in a submission not exceeding 800 words.)

The climate is changing and it’s changing fast. That’s according to the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report. Cyclone Haiyan, hitting the Philippines last fall, was the most powerful hurricane ever recorded. The past year saw record flooding in Alberta, Eastern Europe and England. Many areas have recently suffered intense drought, including Mexico, the U.S., the Middle East, Australia and China. In a world of more than 7 billion people, intensifying climate change in the coming decades will mean horrendous human suffering on a scale never seen before. To quote the Reverend Stephen Croft of England, “The threat of climate change is a giant evil, a great demon of our day. The damage this great demon will do to this beautiful earth, if unchecked, is unimaginable.” The climate change demon is no longer slowly creeping up on us; it has arrived and is breathing down our necks.

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Canadian ‘Art of Imagination’ society launched

By Bhat Boy

Some call it whimsy, some say it is surreal; others think that we are just crazy. Think what you like, artists are people too, and sometimes we need other artists that are crazy the same way we are, except we like to call it madness. That is why Russell Paquette, Marina Malvada, Jean Pronovost and I are founding the Canadian Society for Art of Imagination, for artists whose work expresses imagination and spiritualism beyond realism and style.

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Access to Nutritious Food

This month, we feature three articles about food access and nutrition. Read on to find out who attended McKeen Metro’s first annual pop up market that featured local vendors; Food Ambassador Jennifer Chang invites you to join the Food Revolution; and the Great Glebe Garage Sale in support of the Ottawa Food Bank is coming soon (May 24th), so mark your calendars and come out to shop for a good cause.

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Profiles in the Arts – Gerald Trottier and Zara Ansar

The family of the late Ottawa artist Gerald Trottier (1925-2002) recently made a major donation of 102 of his works to the Ottawa Art Gallery, OAG will celebrate this generous gift with a donation launch exhibition, Perspective: Gerald Trottier, from April 10 to June 14, 2014.

Also profiled this month is Zara Ansar, local artist, video jockey, photographer, and blogger behind the successful Ottawa VeloVogue blog.

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Ecology in the Glebe

Spring is finally here and there’s no better time to embrace your green side! Read on to find out about local intiatives that help make the Glebe a beautiful and ecologically bountiful place to live, work, and play.

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David A. Walden writes in response to Bob Brocklebank’s invitation in his Viewpoint article (Glebe Report, March 14, 2014) to share opinions on improving public participation in civic issues.

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