Movie Reviews: December 19, 2008

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Movie Reviews: December 12, 2008

Doubt (PG), 4 stars (out of 4) In magnificently adapting his award-winning play from stage to screen, writer/director John Patrick Shanley has retained its most unsettling questions. Meryl Streep, Philip

Movie Reviews: December 5, 2008

Frost/Nixon (PG), 3.5 stars (out of 4) Michael Sheen and Frank Langella faithfully reprise their original stage roles as British interviewer David Frost and disgraced former U.S. president Richard Nixon,

Cooperstown honours for Tom Cheek long overdue

From the Toronto Star Sports: Blue Jays should have been doing more on Cheek's behalf Congratulations to Tony Kubek, who is the first analyst, as opposed to play-by-play man, to

Message to McGuinty: Address the 905 Gap

We couldn't have said this any better. An editorial from today's Toronto Star: Surging population growth is widening an already serious gap in hospital funding in the regions surrounding Toronto.

New electric grid polices power use

From the Associated Press and Waste energy — and you will pay as your bill spikes The glowing amber dot on a light switch in the entryway of George

Where are the wild things?

From the Toronto Star: Cougar sightings are legion in Ontario yet one hasn't been captured since 1884. There's more to this story than an elusive cat The animal bolted across

Yummy Yuletide Guide

From holiday sweets and spirits to entertaining tips, find everything you need to host the perfect festive feast or fete in our yummy yuletide guide. Festive spirits: The simple

How to roast the perfect Turkey

From Tips on how to cook a perfect bird and what to do with all those leftovers Here are tips from the Turkey Farmers of Ontario on how to

Simple ways to personalize your party

From and Debbie Travis: Collected ornaments, floating candles, holly sprigs and ribbon can add sparkle The holiday season is ramping up, and although you sometimes wonder why you put

Bite-sized holiday food yields big results

From Want to make a big impression at your holiday party this year? Think small. Offering guests a range of bite-sized food can be both easier for the host

Rethinking the cheese ball

From History has not been kind to the cheese ball. Early on, this classic party food earned an ugly reputation it's been mostly unable to shake – an orange

Sweet treat made for sharing

From Macaroon pies are a fun and tasty holiday project Here's a kid-friendly recipe that also makes a yummy dessert at holiday gatherings. This takes minutes to throw together,

The Poinsettia Cocktail

From The perfect holiday cocktail is easy to assemble in crowd-pleasing quantities, attractive and goes down smooth. This Poinsettia Cocktail from Valerie Peterson's entertainingly irreverent Peterson's Holiday Helper is the

Getting down to business

From By: Colin McAllister & Justin Ryan of Colin and Justin's Home Heist Business, darlings, is booming; on the home front, at least. Sure, there's a global hesitation and

Holiday TV planning guide

By Bill Biroux In a year when Christmas seems a little colder, where would we be without Charlie Brown, Rudolph and the Grinch to warm us up? Every year,

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