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Lynn Curwin

Digital Journalist based in Truro, NS, Canada. Joined on Aug 22, 2009

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Capturing Nova Scotia through art Special

Truro - Members of the Truro Art Society are celebrating Nova Scotia through art, and a new show is made up of images created through a variety of mediums.

Atlantic Horse Fair thrills horse lovers of all ages Special

Visitors had the opportunity to see beautiful horses, learn to ride and understand horses better, shop for a variety of items, and even ride a mechanical bull when they took in the Atlantic Horse Fair in Nova Scotia.

Gay activist beaten to death in Halifax

Halifax - A well-known gay activist was beaten to death in Halifax early Tuesday morning, and a man who was out on a pass from a psychiatric facility is charged with his murder.

Image Makers hold photography show to share what they see Special

Truro - The Image Makers Photography Club had a wide variety of captivating images on display when they held their first show, which opened in Truro, Nova Scotia this week.

Dogs fill the rings for spring show in Nova Scotia Special

Both conformation and obedience dogs got together for the Cobequid Dog Club's spring show in Nova Scotia during the weekend.

Girl dies after being hit by ball at UK school

Basildon - A 12-year-old girl died after a rugby ball struck her in the chest during a PE class at a school in the UK this morning.

Researcher makes violin strings out of spider silk

A researcher at a Japanese university has created violin strings from spider silk, and many people are impressed by the sounds.

Large metal gorilla appears in UK community

Witchford - Dog walkers in one UK community were surprised when they spotted a 12-foot mechanical gorilla peeking through the growth in a misty hedgerow.

Largest horse in the UK training to take part in Queen's Jubilee

Digger, a Clydesdale who had been cared for by a charity and believed to be the largest horse in the UK, is now training to become a drum horse with the Household Cavalry, and it is hoped he will be able to participate in the Queen's Jubilee celebrations.

Berenstain Bears co-creator Jan Berenstain dead at 88

Solebury - Jan Berenstain, who worked with her husband Stan to create the Berenstain Bears, died at the age of 88 after suffering a stroke.

A Seedy Saturday in Nova Scotia Special

Truro - Seeds and plant biodiversity were the focus of attention during a Seedy Saturday event recently held in a Nova Scotia town.

Swedish man rescued after two months in snow-covered car

A weak and emaciated 45-year-old man, who was rescued from inside of a snow-covered car in Sweden, is believed to have been trapped for two months.

Truro Model Railroaders Association: A passion for trains Special

Truro - The Members of the Truro Model Railroaders Association in Nova Scotia, Canada are passionate about their hobby, which they recently shared with others during an open house.

Actress-dancer Zina Bethune killed after stopping to help animal

Los Angeles - Actress, dancer and choreographer Zina Bethune was struck by cars and killed when she stopped her car to see if she could help an animal on a Los Angeles road.

Art for a living Earth at Canadian exhibit Special

Truro - A new art show in Nova Scotia features works of art created from materials which could have been destined for landfill sites, as well as works designed to show the value of the earth around us.

Court makes landmark judgement regarding suicidal patients

The Supreme Court in the UK has ruled that proper care was not taken to protect a woman who committed suicide after being sent home on leave in 2005.

Shubenacadie Sam predicts an early spring in 2012

Shubenacadie - Nova Scotia's Shubenacadie Sam emerged from his shelter on Groundhog Day, the day after a snow storm, to predict an early spring in 2012.

A winter walk through a wildlife park Special

Shubenacadie - Winter provides an opportunity to view wildlife in a very different way, as a January walk through Nova Scotia's wildlife park shows.

Young man who made 'It Gets Better' video commits suicide

Visalia - Eric James Borges, a gay 19-year-old California man who was an intern with The Trevor Project and had recently made an "It Gets Better" video, took his own life.

Competitive eater found dead after posting suicide note online

North Royalton - Scott Bickel, a competitive eater and writer from Ohio, was found dead on Jan 11, after he posted a suicide message on Facebook.
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