December 1, 1974

Doug Henning is done with mirrors 7475

Doug Henning is done with mirrors

His great illusions, however, defy figuring out
Swami Vishnu-Devananda is not like you and me 4243

Swami Vishnu-Devananda is not like you and me

No, he has a resort in the Laurentians, a retreat in the Bahamas, a farm in California, a dude ranch in the Catskills, a brownstone in New York, property in Spain — plus an option on perfect peace
HARD TIMES BUT NOT ROCK BOTTOM 2829

HARD TIMES BUT NOT ROCK BOTTOM

My Uncle Harry is a dismal bird. which comes. I believe, from his constant reading of economics; not only economic textbooks, but all the financial papers and magazines. What he has been reading lately has put Harry’s teeth on edge and stretched his nerves so taut they twang like guitar strings.
The trouble with tapping Alberta’s tar sands 8282a

The trouble with tapping Alberta’s tar sands

Time and money
Cutler's last stand 6667

Cutler's last stand

It’s tough enough being creative in Canada — let alone a creative woman
HEALTHY HOLIDAYS 5051

HEALTHY HOLIDAYS

How to celebrate without stuffing
Keilor’s dilemma 6061

Keilor’s dilemma

When relaxing with the Halifax Symphony, never get caught listening to a table
Laurie and Kathy: the competitive Kreiners 8889

Laurie and Kathy: the competitive Kreiners

Two sisters from Timmins who take on the world’s best skiers — including each other
YOUR VIEW 2223

YOUR VIEW

Readers rate our new look/Canada’s fastest writer/Mount Allison follies
Style on a Shoestring 3233

Style on a Shoestring

“Poverty,” wrote George Orwell, “is merely squalid and boring.” But then George Orwell never did look on the bright side of things. Now, come the recession or depression or whatever they’re quibbling over calling it, can we not look forward to a little destitution with elegance? Does down necessarily have to be out? Here are four cases of poverty with panache — each purely by choice. And who knows, the rich too may soon be clamoring to get in on the trend.
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