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Growing Up In Toronto

Twenty-five arts-related citizens reflect on how the city shaped and inspired them in their youth.
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Owl’s Karen Sullivan-Cooke keeps another generation interested in the art of letter-writing.
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Fifteen mumbling minutes with Douglas Coupland

Further proof that X is a term that defines not a chronological age but a way of looking at the world.
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“I can’t believe I’ve actually met Cole!”

Cole Fleming's fame grows among T.T.C. staff.
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Bill Nye is Undeniably Cool

One thing that hasn’t evolved is the scientist’s ability to stay on message.
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My First Obsession

The encouragement of a CBC kids' show producer made my career a lot more fun.
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“Moonman knew more than anyone I’d ever met, and every night I felt like he was sharing secrets of the universe with me alone.”

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Bunny Heads and Stranger Things

The wandering eye of Sonja Ahlers.
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