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At its very core, the weekend was spent sharing stories.
Exactly 104 steps. Andrea Toth counted every one of them on her first lap around the arena of the Niagara Ball Hockey Club.
They found the garbage jackpot.
At 82, she will move away from friends to live in an apartment she can afford.
Her story is told with the honesty of photographs.
He had his first milkshake at the White Eagle Cafe. His father, a Second World War veteran, would drop a young Stan Skrzeszewski off at the little cafe beside the Polish Hall on Facer Street, buy him a shake to keep him occupied, and then disappear into the hall to share stories with his war buddies.
It's expensive to fight for your life.
At first, it might seem like a simple sing-a-long to the catchy children's tune, Five Green and Speckled Frogs.
Math trouble can eat away at a kid inside.
She listened to her mom.
They stand at the foot of the stairs, their arms wrapped around each other.
He would pray. Again. And again. And again.
It's the biggest amount raised in its 63 years.
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Sometimes, parents need to say hello before they can say goodbye.
There's a brilliant yellow sunset, its red reflection spread across the horizon. There's a blue-and-purple butterfly, its wings spread wide. And there are other paintings, colourful and more abstract.
Phil's leukemia is back.
She was three years old, the day her older sister learned to ride a bike without training wheels.