James Fisher

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Who Came First (2CD)

Who Came First (2CD)

Wilfred Laurier University Press (WLU Press) publishes an Indigenous Studies series of which I have reviewed Rachel Bryant’s The Homing Place, which is one of my “Very Best!” reads of 2018. So I…

Wilfred Laurier University Press (WLU Press) publishes an Indigenous Studies series of which I have reviewed Rachel Bryant’s The Homing Place, which is one of my “Very Best!” reads of 2018. So I…

Syracuse Orange '47 NCAA '47 FRANCHISE Cap

Syracuse Orange '47 NCAA '47 FRANCHISE Cap

Classifieds: FOR SALE - 2 BSO Classics SACDs asking for $30.00

Classifieds: FOR SALE - 2 BSO Classics SACDs asking for $30.00

Tappan Adney and the Heritage of the St. John River Valley by Keith Helmuth • The Miramichi Reader

Tappan Adney and the Heritage of the St. John River Valley by Keith Helmuth • The Miramichi Reader

First Quarter Best Reads of 2018: Fiction • The Miramichi Reader

First Quarter Best Reads of 2018: Fiction • The Miramichi Reader

Murder Lost to Time by Joseph A. Lapello

Murder Lost to Time by Joseph A. Lapello

Bose SoundWear Companion Wearable Bluetooth Speaker | Bay Bloor Radio Toronto

Bose SoundWear Companion Wearable Bluetooth Speaker | Bay Bloor Radio Toronto

Nice find at Frenchy's in #Shediac #NewBrunswick. Three #audiophile CDs of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a Delos recording of Gershwin songs. All for $4!

Nice find at Frenchy's in #Shediac #NewBrunswick. Three #audiophile CDs of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and a Delos recording of Gershwin songs. All for $4!

This Time Might Be Different: Stories of Maine by Elaine Ford • The Miramichi Reader

This Time Might Be Different: Stories of Maine by Elaine Ford • The Miramichi Reader

Ms. Ford, whose works included “The Playhouse” and “Monkey Bay,” found her stories in ordinary lives.

Ms. Ford, whose works included “The Playhouse” and “Monkey Bay,” found her stories in ordinary lives.

Ms. Grondin’s interest in Nincheri began when she became friends with the artist’s great-granddaughter Tracy Bocchini Nincheri in 2004 and became “hooked” when she visited his studio and examined one of his completed stained glass windows up close.

Ms. Grondin’s interest in Nincheri began when she became friends with the artist’s great-granddaughter Tracy Bocchini Nincheri in 2004 and became “hooked” when she visited his studio and examined one of his completed stained glass windows up close.