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Monday Magazine’s Top 20 stories from 2015

Here's Monday Magazine's top 20 stories from 2015 in random order

  • Dec. 31, 2015 6:00 p.m.

Burton Cummings: The last frontman standing

From field to fork with chef Carmen Ingham

Daniel Lanois: Man behind the machine

West Coast Wild: Ready to ride

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Musician Scott Shea is weathering the storm

West Coast Wild: Flying free

Langham Court Theatre puts the fun in dysfunctional

Kaiser Chiefs riot turns to war

Gerry Laing: Legend behind the bar

Beauty and the brew

Horn star – not your grandma’s jazz

THE BIG PERSONALITY: James Gardner

Living the SWEET life

Yellow Wolf Intertribal Powwow

Family turns Michelle Stewart’s revealing blog into captivating book

Allison Crowe says so long to solo

James van Praagh: The man who talks to ghosts

Claire Coupland makes her Victoria debut

The BIG PERSONALITY: Holly Cole

 

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