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Adella- by Anne Finlay-Stewart

Many young locals have found the joy in dancing with the help of Ann Milne in Owen Sound. Now one of those has come home in every sense of the word to run the Owen Sound Dance Academy.

I met Adela Cleverley and one of her classmates from the York University dance program at a local coffee shop to talk about the new adventure.

Gas-Head-Willy-WebTwenty-one years after its first publication, Gas Head Willy, a detective story set in Owen Sound in the early 1920s written by local author Richard J. Thomas, will be available both on stage and on the internet.

Owen Sound Little Theatre veteran Bill Murphy has adapted the novel into a play which will premiere at The Roxy on September 22-23. Filled with boozers, brawlers and bootleggers, the stage production will take the form of a 1940s...

pictureframeGrey Bruce Health Services is reminding all artists that the deadline for submissions to the corporation's first juried art show is September 30th. This project was launched on Canada Day, and the goal is to select artwork for installation at all six GBHS hospitals for one year in celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary.

Grey and Bruce is home to many excellent artists, some of whom have already submitted their work. GBHS is encouraging...

Eugenia-Falls-- by Cathy Hird

Urban fantasy is a genre on the rise, in part because people get into the story through places they know. But not everyone lives in a city. With my newest novel, Fractured: When Shadows Arise, I asked myself what would take place in a contemporary fantasy set here in Grey County.

People say "write what you know" so the story is based on a farm where...

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