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Weekend reading list: top stories from around our offices

Every weekend Q&Q rounds up the highlights from other websites in the St. Joseph Media family. This week’s top stories include a history of LGBT publisher Pink Triangle Press and a new biography of former National Ballet of Canada artistic director Celia Franca.

A brief history of Pink Triangle Press [Torontoist]

New biography explores battles and heartbreaks of Celia Franca [Ottawa Magazine]

Next year could see the return of chickens to Toronto’s backyards [Toronto Life]

Giles Deacon on all things ballet, Tumblr, and Cecil Beaton [Fashion Magazine]

The games our children make us play [Canadian Family]

Inspiring Canadian helicopter tours [Where Canada]

Food-lover holiday gift ideas [20 Minute Supper Club]

Canadian-made favours unique to each province [Wedding Bells]


November 26th, 2011

9:01 am

Category: Book news

Tagged with: biography, food, history, media, ottawa, Toronto, Toronto Life, YA