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Laugh Machine: Michael McCreary, 22, Mono. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Laugh Machine: Michael McCreary

Nov 20, 2018 | Janice Quirt | 25 Under 25

Mono’s Michael McCreary uses his stand-up to shed light on what it’s like growing up and dealing with social situations as someone with Asperger’s.

Art Whisperer: Ricky Schaede, 25, Orangeville. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Art Whisperer: Ricky Schaede

Nov 20, 2018 | Janice Quirt | 25 Under 25

In 2014, Ricky Schaede cofounded Club Art, an open studio for kids now at Orangeville’s Mill Street library.

Big Voice: Katherine Pound, 19, Erin. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Big Voice: Katherine Pound

Nov 20, 2018 | Kira Wronska Dorward | 25 Under 25

Erin’s Katherine Pound attends the Manhattan School of Music, pursuing a degree in classical voice performance.

Documentary Devotee: Samantha Penny, 22, Orangeville. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Documentary Devotee: Samantha Penny

Nov 20, 2018 | Jeff Rollings | 25 Under 25

Samantha Penny is working on a Korea-based documentary called Reset, due for release mid-
2019.

Game Whiz: Coulter Baker, 24, Melancthon. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Game Whiz: Coulter Baker

Nov 20, 2018 | Janice Quirt

Melancthon’s Coulter Baker is a professional game designer – and Sheridan educator.

Change Artist: Jayde Lavoie, 20, Alton. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Change Artist: Jayde Lavoie

Nov 20, 2018 | Janice Quirt | 25 Under 25

Alton’s Jayde Lavoie studies at the University of Ottawa, majoring in conflict studies and human rights with a minor in Indigenous studies.

Serious Songstress: Sara Rose, 22, Mono. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Serious Songstress: Sara Rose

Nov 20, 2018 | Jeff Rollings | 25 Under 25

Mono’s Sara Rose has found a way to marry her gift for music with her training in social work with a music program at Hospice Dufferin.

Fashion Eye: Rowenna James, 17, Orangeville. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Fashion Eye: Rowenna James

Nov 20, 2018 | Janice Quirt | 25 Under 25

Orangeville’s Rowenna James channels her passion for art, painting and fashion into her one-of-a-kind upcycled denim pieces.

Little Green Frog

The Year in Books: 2018

Nov 20, 2018 | Tracey Fockler

Our annual review of new books by local authors & illustrators.

Leisa Way at home in Orangeville where she started Way-To-Go Productions in 2007. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Songs of a Lifetime: Leisa Way

Nov 20, 2018 | Tony Reynolds

In her new production, Across the Pond, singer Leisa Way steps up to the microphone to sing classics from The Beatles, Sting and Petula Clark.

Traditionally Wound Back Where I Come From

The Year in Music: 2018

Nov 20, 2018 | Scott Bruyea

Our annual review of new recordings by local musicians.

Robin works with archivist Alison Hird to document the Howard family heirlooms and papers in the dining room of her Caledon home. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Illuminating the Past: Personal History

Nov 20, 2018 | Kira Wronska Dorward

How private archivist Alison Hird’s work is helping one family reflect on their personal history – and preserve it for the future.

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