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pricing gun: It was the opening night of Kim's Convenience at the Fringe last summer, he says, talking about his script that will kick off Soulpepper Theatre's 2012 season on Jan. 19, according to NOW Magazine. The final moments of the play, I'm alone on stage with a pricing gun and you just hear it going click, click, click as I stamp prices on the cans. To order presentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distribution to colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire about permissions/licensing, please go to play about a convenience store is poised to open Soulpepper's 2012 Big Interview Playwright Ins Choi makes it big with Kim's Big Interview Playwright Ins Choi makes it big with Kim's Convenience By Richard Ouzounian Theatre Critic Thu., Jan. 12, 2012timer6 min. read Ask Ins Choi to tell you about the moment his life changed and he can describe it perfectly. Then the lights faded to black. Nothing. And there was silence. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

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horizon travel: With the acquisition of LBI, Media Central adds two new publications to the Company's portfolio including premiere North American travel publication, The Travel Magazine d.b.a Horizon Travel & Lifestyle Magazine and On the GO, a lifestyle commuter magazine distributed across the Greater Toronto Area, according to NOW Magazine. Additionally, the Company announced the appointment of Larry Bleau, the President and Publisher of Horizon Travel, as the CEO of Media Central and the promotion of Kirk Mac Donald to President. FLYY 3AT Media Central or the Company today announced that it has entered into a letter of intent LOI to acquire all of the issued and outstanding securities in the capital of Lazarus Bleau Incorporated LBI a media and marketing services company. The Travel Magazine and On the GO join existing Media Central titles NOW Magazine NOW the Georgia Straight Straight cannabis-specialty platform Canncentral and ECentral Sports, a site dedicated to reporting on the rapidly growing gaming industry. Distributed through The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail and The Wall Street Journal, the magazine has a monthly readership of 305,0002 according to MRP. On The Go had a monthly readership of 400,0002 prior to COVID-19. Launched over a decade ago, Horizon Travel Magazine provides cutting edge travel and lifestyle information to globetrotters throughout North America, with unique editions targeting Canada and the United States of America. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

congress championship: Now their youngest child, Quincy, is making a name for herself in the arenas, according to NOW Magazine. Quincy may be young -- only 9 years old -- but she has already been competing for three years. Parents Josh and Courtney met showing horses, and their parents before them showed, too. Most recently, she earned awards in the Small Fry division of the All American Quarter Horse Congress, held in October. It's even more fun to watch her do it than show myself, said Courtney. Quincy earned Congress Championship in Hunter Under Saddle, Reserve Champion in Showmanship, ninth in Hunt Seat Equitation, and fourth in High Point, meaning she earned the fourth highest amount of points throughout her division. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

garnering hundreds: With his mop of hair threatening to cover a piercing pair of eyes, he'd sit and chat and grin and laugh with shoppers as they passed, according to NOW Magazine. Homeless, but dignified, Shedd was a virtual fixture of the store until recently, when he was admitted to Caro Mont Regional Medical Center. And the people of Dallas saw him, too. Caro Mont officials confirmed Friday Shedd's passing. Penny Wooten Nester posted a Facebook status update on Shedd's condition Tuesday after he was hospitalized that's since gone viral, garnering hundreds of comments and more than 550 shares. The people of Dallas took note of that, too. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

dixie village: We are very excited after so many delays, said Lesly Jaramillo, a company spokeswoman, according to NOW Magazine. Finally everything is coming into place. Sunday. Wow Supermarket will fill the spot in Dixie Village, near the Wal-Mart on Myrtle School Road, that had housed Compare Foods until damage from a February 2014 snowstorm caused that store to close. An exact dollar figure was not immediately available, but Wow Supermarket reportedly spent between 1.5 million and 1.8 million to open its fourth store in the Charlotte metro market, company President Oscar Jaquez said in a previous article. Building inspections and getting an air conditioning unit fixed were two of the issues that led to monthslong delays, Jaramillo said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

township: Each of the nonpartisan elected positions carries a four-year term, according to NOW Magazine. Lee Dedmon won his Gastonia Township seat against Mike Stuart. All four incumbents who chose to run for re-election retained their seats on the school board in the Nov. 6 General Election. Justin Davis won his South Point Township seat against Scot Hughes. Each ran unopposed in the election. Dot Cherry won re-election to her at large seat and Kevin Collier, who serves as the board's chairman, won re-election to his Riverbend Township seat. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

council: Incumbents Thomas Gillespie and Candy Funderbunk received the most votes, electing them to new four-year terms on Lowell City Council, according to NOW Magazine. Incumbents Ken Ervin, Phil Bonham, as well as newcomer Shane Robinson, were favored by between 11 and 12 percent of voters. Mayor Sandy Railey defeated former Mayor Larry Simonds by more than a hundred votes. They will serve two-year terms on the council. Forty-seven votes separated Bonham from council candidate Ashley C. Merritt. /wrapper (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

ward: He defeated Jeff Bryson, who finished the evening with 33.7 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results, according to NOW Magazine. The upsets occurred elsewhere, as Charles Odom won election in Ward 4 by bringing home 60.6 percent of the vote, and Donyel Barber claimed the seat in Ward 6 with 57.6 percent of the vote. Ward 3 Councilman Jim Gallagher won election by securing 65.5 percent of the vote. Both were making their first bids for public office. Gallagher was elected to his third term in Ward 3, having previously won the favor of local voters in 2011 and 2015. Odom defeated incumbent Todd Pierceall, who secured 38.8 percent of the vote, while Barber unseated incumbent David Humphries, who ended with 42.1 percent of the vote. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

hall: Five total seats on the school board are up for election, according to NOW Magazine. Each of the nonpartisan elected positions carries a four-year term. Helen O'Daly and Steve Hall each filed to fill the seat currently occupied by incumbent Catherine Roberts, who opted not to seek re-election.O'Daly is a retired nurse and Hall, a retired systems planning supervisor for Gaston College. School board members are elected by a countywide vote, but must live in the district they represent. Helen O'Daly Age 70Home Dallas Phone 704-923-0564Email hrodaly gmail Steve Hall Age 65Home Bessemer City Phone 704-898-1042Email dooley22 att.net How will you help the school board to improve its relationship with county commissioners O' The school board needs to ensure that open communication is ongoing with the county commissioners and approach them if matters go unresolved. The Gazette asked each candidate the same four questions. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

mayflower mills: It was wide and flat enough to land a seaplane a spectacle he witnessed in 1938 or '39, according to NOW Magazine. I probably saw the last one land, said Reece. Reece, 91, can still picture the South Fork backed up to form a massive pool serving the Mays and Mayflower mills' dyeing and finishing operations. His father moved the family from their York County, S.C., farm to the mill village in 1922. But it was also a dumping ground for the mills, and the cascade of dye waste they poured in gave the South Fork its nickname Rainbow River. It was full of fish, Reece said of the river then, and deep. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

challenge coleman: If voters elect Cearley he would have to resign his alderman seat and the full board would choose his replacement to fill out the two remaining years of his term, according to NOW Magazine. Voters will also select two seats on the Board of Aldermen. Alderman Jerry Red Cearley filed as a chandidate to challenge Coleman. The face features newcomer John Orlando and two incumbents, Aldermen Darlene Morrow and Hoyle Withers. Municipal Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5. Early voting ends Nov. 1 at 6 p.m. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

dismissive answer: It's a reference that results in Morasso fielding questions from confused patrons of Webb Custom Kitchen, according to NOW Magazine. They ask, What is GTown ' said Morasso, who often finds himself playing it off with a dismissive answer. Located right outside City Hall, the traffic light and street sign post is one of several that also bears a small framed square, filled with a logo that proclaims the area as GTown. And I'll just say, Oh you know, GTown, like Great Town.' Morasso only recently learned what led to those markers being posted throughout the historic business district several years ago. And as the city continues its push to rebrand and redevelop downtown, he and others believe the time has arrived to kick the GTown' moniker to the curb and come up with some kind of replacement symbol. But he believes whatever point there was to it has long since faded in the general public's mind. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

larry simonds: Mayor Sandy Railey faces a challenge from Larry Simonds, according to NOW Magazine. Whoever wins will get a four-year term. Not only does the incumbent mayor have a challenger from a former mayor, four of the five incumbent members on City Council are running for election, but have a total of six others seeking a seat on the board. Incumbent council members Phil Bonham, Ken Ervin, Candy Funderbunk and Thomas Gillespie are all running for re-election. Incumbent Councilman DeWayne Chitwood did not file for re-election. Newcomers seeking seats include Sean Brafford, Ashley Merritt, Shane Robinson, Martha Patterson Ray, Ann Worthy and John Cato. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

radio station: The morning disc jockey was a young fellow named Chuck Mosley, who billed himself as The Livermush Kid, according to NOW Magazine. The morning show's main sponsor was a mom 'n' pop grocery called Walsh's Market which sold the very best homemade livermush in the region. For my mother and me, the radio station whose tunes resounded through our kitchen in the mornings was WSVM, 1490 AM, Valdese. While Mom was cooking breakfast and I was preparing for my daily trudge to Drexel High School, The Kid would fill our mornings with the smooth sounds of early '70s pop. But our particular favorite was John Denver's Take Me Home, Country Roads. Mom and I both loved James Taylor's Fire and Rain, Neil Diamond's Cracklin' Rosie, The Temptations' Just my Imagination, and Neil Young's Heart of Gold. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

box ideas: I generally want to do things for members of the community to let them know there's still hope and love in the world, according to NOW Magazine. The latest idea Tucker purposed to his multicultural church is a free car giveaway. I try to think of out of the box ideas, Tucker said. Within a week, Tucker said members of his church came together to raise enough money to purchase two used cars. The people at Destiny Church are really dedicated to helping out people in our community. I told them what I wanted to do and they made it happen, Tucker said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

hilton swing: Flat Rock residents will be able to vote for a candidate in each of the districts, according to NOW Magazine. The District 3 race features newcomers David Dethero and Hilton Swing running for the seat held by John Dockendorf. Two candidates are running in each of the three districts. Dockendorf did not file for re-election. For more information about the General Election, visit or call 828-697-4970. In-person early voting begins Oct. 16 and runs through Nov. 1. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

overmountain men: The Overmountain Men and the back country militiamen from North Carolina's western regions are rightly held in high esteem for their two-week pursuit of and victory over British Maj, according to NOW Magazine. Patrick Ferguson and his army of American loyalists at the Battle of Kings Mountain. Commemorations are held to honor the courage and sacrifice of the men and women who resisted the advance of the British Legion during the summer of 1780. And, this year, new stories emerge about another Ferguson at the battle; moreover, residents of the Catawba River valley from Charlotte to Valdese have their own new reasons for patriotic celebration, too. He was young, possibly just 16 at the time of the Oct. 7, 1780, battle at Kings Mountain. Andrew Ferguson was a patriot militiaman originally from Virginia, a free man of color. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

gaston: And while some believe there's a clear point and a benefit to not tying such candidates to a political party, others believe the system presents disparities and issues of its own, according to NOW Magazine. There are clear arguments for and against each side, according to the National League of Cities, a nonprofit that serves as a resource and advocate for the nation's cities and their leaders. That information isn't immediately available in nonpartisan races, such as the municipal elections taking place in cities and towns across Gaston County this fall. Proponents of nonpartisan ballots contend that political parties are largely irrelevant to providing services, which is the key responsibility of municipal leaders. But proponents for partisan elections counter that the absence of party labels has the potential to confuse voters, as a person who must choose from a group of candidates they know nothing about will have no meaningful basis in casting a ballot. People of that viewpoint also tend to believe that cooperation between elected officials belonging to different parties is more likely in nonpartisan arenas. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

sea level: On one fact, however, scientists are almost unanimous Sea level is rising, according to NOW Magazine. By the year 2100, the world's oceans will be 1.5 feet to 3 feet higher than they are now. There's still a debate, of sorts, about whether the world's climate is changing, and how much of this is humanity's fault. A United Nations science panel last month reported that the rate might be even worse than that as glaciers and ice sheets melt in Greenland and the Antarctic. That's the conclusion of Sea Level Rise, a brief, bleak tome by Orrin and Keith Pilkey. And while there's a bit of huffing and puffing, nobody is doing all that much about it. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

defense effort: The capital murder trial of Irving Lucien Fenner Jr. started in Catawba County Monday morning, according to NOW Magazine. Superior Court Judge Robert Ervin listened to the many pretrial motions filed by the defense, including one to delay the start of trial until a witness could review documents about Fenner s mental state. Joyce Orlando Star J Orlando Monday Sep 30, 2019 at 3 59 PM Sep 30, 2019 at 6 23 PM The trial for an accused cop killer will move forward despite defense attorneys' effort to postpone it. Irving entertained some but denied the delay of trial and one for a pre-trial hearing on diminished capacity by the defense. His attorney, Victoria Jayne, is using a diminished mental capacity as a defense in his trial. Fenner is accused of shooting and killing Shelby Police Officer Tim Brackeen in 2016. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

county: He was booked into Gaston County without bond pending a review of his immigration status, according to NOW Magazine. Police arrested Cerna-Martinez on Sept. 19 at his home in Clover. Jose Armando Cerna-Martinez, 74, now of Clover, South Carolina, was charged with three counts of indecent liberties. He was brought to Gaston County on Tuesday. Gaston County Police began investigating the allegations in June. Police say the assaults occurred in Gaston County between February 1998 and October 1999, and involved three girls ranging in age from 5 years to 9 years. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

home: She is instead a delightful mixture of humility, kindness, patience and love for others, according to NOW Magazine. She is, in short, the perfect waitress for the enchanting piece of downhome Americana known as Home Folks Cafe on Main Street in downtown Cherryville. Despite her regal bearing, however, neither snootiness nor arrogance are a part of Hancock's makeup. Strangers may enter the door at Home Folks, hungry for sausage and eggs and biscuits, but no stranger walks out the exit. Hancock, 77, has been greeting both regulars and newcomers alike at Home Folks for the past 53 years. Hancock makes sure of that. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

mike patton: Aside from his first year as coach at North Gaston, Patton has taken players and coaches away from the comfort of their hometown for a week developing rapport and cohesion with teammates, according to NOW Magazine. Such was particularly necessary this year, as Patton welcomed a healthy group of freshmen to the fold. It may not have the same allure as the first day of fall practice, but the importance of summer camp remains a pivotal part of team building for Mike Patton. I think we took the most freshmen we've ever taken with us, the North Gaston head man said. They got to know each other, and it is going to be a big plus for us. What we did was group the older guys in a suite with our younger ones, and the main thing I took from it was the bond built among them. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

schiele staff: And as he integrated into his new surroundings, the man known as Ishi' would go on to become an early 20th century celebrity, popularized as the last wild Indian in North America, according to NOW Magazine. That remarkable story will be the subject of a special program at 3 p.m. Two entirely different worlds dramatically came face to face with one another. Sunday at the Schiele Museum of Natural History in Gastonia. Schiele staff have worked painstakingly to create a detailed mannequin modeled after an iconic photo of Ishi from 1915, just a few months before he died from tuberculosis. It will coincide with Ishi being introduced as a new cultural hero figure within the museum's Henry Hall of the American Indian. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.

andrew lee: That makes 2016 winner Ashbrook the defending champion - the Green Wave come in this year with a different look under new head coach Evan Rankin, according to NOW Magazine. Ashbrook Coach Evan Rankin 1st season Last year's record 9-14Returning lettermen 14Key returners Tristan Mantecon, Brandon Lopez, Andrew Lee, Will Niemeyer, Jonothan Hernandez, Abdiel Prado, JJ Diaz, Jonothan Laverde, Jared Hernandez Key newcomers Alfredo Cacho-Laurido, Jayden Dixon Key losses Eric Vera, Adriel Prado, Nic Heavener Overview Niemeyer tied for the team lead in goals last season with eight, while Prado had a strong year with six goals and six assists. There was no winner crowned last year in the tournament, as the final between Gaston Christian and Forestview was cancelled due to unplayable field conditions when a storm swept through Gaston County. Rankin was an assistant for two seasons with the Green Wave. East Gaston Coach Pedro Aguilar 3rd season Last year's record 8-10-1Returning lettermen 9Key returners Nick Smith, Jonathan Hollenbeck, Trevor Latter, Carter Beck, Brandon Aguilar, Josh Jolly Key newcomers Dylan West, Dashaun Corry Key losses Ivan Serrano Overview The Warriors were much improved last year, winning eight games. Now, he takes over for former coach Joel Webb. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.