Visit www.mystclair.com
January 13, 2009

Cavalcade of Lights
Fri Nov 21 - Sat Jan 31

Join us this holiday season for our festive Cavalcade of Lights celebration. This is an ideal family event. We hope to see you there. ...

more

more

New ReNew at Side Space Gallery
Wed Dec 10 - Fri Jan 16

new.Re.new December 10, 2008 – January 16, 2009 Opening reception – Wednesday, December 10, 7 pm A group show of painting, fibrework and sculpture by five artists, all of whom are either new to the neighbourhood, new to the gallery, or ne...

more

more

Socrates Cafe - What is Time?
Wed Jan 14 / 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Join us at World Class Bakers every other Wednesday for an open discussion on topics philosphic. There are no fees or prerequisites beyond an inquisitive mind. The topic is - What is Time?World Class Bakers 690 St Clair Ave W...

more

more

LIFE in the Cemetery Opening at Side Space
Sun Jan 18 / 3:00pm - 6:00pm

LIFE in the Cemetery January 18 – February 20, 2009 Opening Sunday, January 18, 3 – 6 pm Susan Glickman, author of Running in Prospect Cemetery, reads at 4 pmProspect Cemetery is the largest greenspace in our neighbourhood. It is a stop...

more

more

LIFE in the Cemetery at Side Space Gallery
Sun Jan 18 - Fri Feb 20

LIFE in the Cemetery January 18 – February 20, 2009 Opening Sunday, January 18, 3 – 6 pm Prospect Cemetery is the largest greenspace in our neighbourhood. It is a stop along the flightway for migratory birds. It is an arboretum where tr...

more

more

F.Y.I.: Diet tied to survival in breast cancer patients
Wed Jan 7

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women with early-stage breast cancer may live longer if they maintain a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy, a new study suggests. This so-called "prudent" diet was not linked to a lower risk o...

more

F.Y.I.: Warning over 'third-hand smoke'
Thu Jan 8

Smoke contains toxins damaging to health Many people are unaware that even smoking away from babies or pregnant women presents a risk, according to US research. Poisons in cigarette smoke can linger on fabrics or hair, but a survey of 1,500 househo...

more

F.Y.I.: Popular supplements don't reduce prostate cancer risk: Study
Fri Jan 9

An international study concludes that vitamin E and selenium – two popular over-the-counter supplements – don't reduce the risk of prostate cancer. "We tend to think all vitamins are good for us and do good things and it is only logical...

more

F.Y.I.: Tetris 'helps to reduce trauma'
Sun Jan 11

Study subjects who played the computer game had fewer 'flashbacks' Playing the computer puzzle game Tetris can help reduce the effects of traumatic stress, UK researchers say. Volunteers were exposed to distressing images, with some given the game...

more

Preventing colds may be as easy as vitamin ZZZ
Mon Jan 12

CHICAGO (AP) - Fluff up the pillows and pull up the covers. Preventing the common cold may be as easy as getting more sleep. Researchers paid healthy adults $800 to have cold viruses sprayed up their noses, then wait five days in a hotel to see...

more

Click Here To Unsubscribe