columns and articles available on this site:
- Woody Harrelson:
"I'm kind of bizarre."
- Heidi Fleiss:
... can't come to Canada
- Johnny Depp:
Dances with pirates
- Danielle Crittenden:
Having learned that I was a pioneer ...
- Sheila Copps:
"You can't win if you don't play."
- Chester, NS:
Not your average village
... was hard on me, and I wasn't even there.
- Hey, hands off:
... the sourdough, lady.
- Sandra Beckett:
"The most reaction I've ever seen"
- Matthew Bassett: All they needed was a few good investors
- Bargain Shopping:
A ball gown for $7 - try to top that
- Michael Ondaatje:
My lesson on Hemingway
- Spelling Bees... aren't for the faint of heart.
"I'm staying home. What are you doing?"
- Carole Pope:
... discusses sex and gay marriage
- Kevin Sullivan:
Making a deal with Whoopi
- Alex Storm
It's all in the thrill of the hunt
- David Steinberg
... in an elevator
- SARS: Which part of 'isolation' didn't she get?
- Lauren Weisberger ... and the devil press
- Scotty Moore:
"She's got the name, but can she sing?"
- Sam Mizrahi: Quality standards offer opportunity
- Ron Joyce: Fox Harb'r has dreamy elegance
- Lynn Johnston: Now she gets her own strip of sidewalk
- Ron James:
"I don't get rich, I get recognized."
- The Indy: Young things get racy ...
- William Hoover, III: An alternative to the Hamptons
- Taste of the Danforth: I could almost taste that Greek holiday
- Harry Potter: You can't beat that new book smell
- Ed Mirvish:
Celebrating a local hero
Stalking the elusive garbage truck
Next time we'll stick to yoga
The Big Rocker grants The Hawk a miracle
Former Monkee just doesn't have 'The Hero' face
Miss June draws the line at Penthouse
You have to admire his candidness
A visit from the famous Mr. Buckley
They've collared the market
- Susie Moloney:
Writing your worst nightmares
Mouskouri's more than pure spectacles
All twisted up in Trista's game
Embracing his inner weirdo
- Dr. Stephen
Mulholland: Did you change your hair?
"At least the kids will listen"
Like a lord in a china shop
I was on my way to rescue Dad
... scourge of the single mom
I'm from SARS, they're from Venus
- Robin Kay: Fashion
executive has designs for Canadian talent
fast, think carefully
- Delta Burke:
"I drove up ... with a gun beside me"
Fan Club President: She loves Paul, yeah,
Ray Cyrus: Now he 'heals' achy breaky hearts
Roberts: "This Michael Jackson stuff has got
Winter's better with a palm tree
Vee: Mentioning Eminem may be a mistake
- Dr. Hartley
Miltchin: If the celebrity shoe fits...
Foster: "I just lost 20 pounds and ..."
'I'm bitter. I loved my morning run'
Bach: "You don't know what it's like
to lose money"
I was wrong about you
- Johnny Cochrane:
I'm not going, I'm eating my ribs
over to the mic. You're not leaving"
and Useless: Teenagers' comedy sketch at its best
- Suzanne Somers
: "I don't want you two to sit together"
- Lynsey Bennett
: Now ex-Miss Canada
- Golden Globes
: Aren't you forgetting someone, Jennifer?
- Sharon Gless
: Cagney's career takes a queer turn
Growe : Toronto comic to appear on Star Search
Italiano: Who's gay? Who cares?
Douglas: A '60s-style anti-war rave
Kristofferson: "I like things that are familiar."
Arden: The Good Daughter
Nikki: "You have to admit, it's kind of eerie"
990: Odd doings behind the bar
World Records: They go on like they have broken records
Doyle: The real Evelyn
Empry: "I've never told anyone this ..."
Farr: How John Bassett launched the Love Boat
of Vegan: "Vegans, mom. You're thinking pagans"
Watson: "Couldn't you make the CBC disappear?"
: Hitting close to home
Cochran: "I'm not going. I'm eating my ribs"
Gurley Brown: Never
tell him how many men you've slept with
Luft: “This Judy thing is everywhere”
Royal Winter Fair: A bit of country in the big city
Wyman: The one who let the Stones roll on
Mancuso: Mancuso as Socrates as Oliver North
Kinnally: TV's Will & Grace satisfies, even when it doesn't
So much for getting rid of the beast cheaply
Trump: “Don’t get mad, dahlink, get a younger
Atwood: The great ones are always unflappable
Salé & David Pelletier: The roots of happiness
MacLeod and the Cape Breton thing
Gossett Jr.: “I’m lonesome, but I'm not lonely”
Appeal: So six women walk into a bar ...
Girls of Canada: "I’m worried - my parents
are Jehovah's Witnesses"
Ondaatje: Where Indiana Jones retired
Bragg: Blueberries are this farmer’s passion
Hawkins: Still Rompin’
September 9, 2003
Email: Sharon Dunn
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