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  • I was totally surprised to see that my silly little blog received mention in Chatelaine magazine.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Well, the "Chatelaine," I remind y'all, was something Moi concocted for the delectation of poetry blogland.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • But the taverns of greater note, such as Chatelaine's, the Fleece, the Rose, the Hummums, and

    Inns and Taverns of Old London

  • Mr. Moore is Editorial Director of The MacLean-Hunter Publishing Company, Limited, who publish 36 magazines, trade, industrial and financial publications-even I understand when there is a strike and for 20 years was Editor of MacLean's Magazine and has been Editorial Director of 'Chatelaine' since its establishment.

    How To Make A Christmas Speech

  • I do not mean go and read something online in a forum or in Chatelaine.


  • “Disappointing but too too predictable” … … Those words from this pro-abortion discussion about the Chatelaine piece ....

    ProWomanProLife » Couldn’t have said it better myself

  • She should inform herself of the lobbying efforts that began fifty years ago, with Chatelaine magazine, then with feminists putting pressure on politicians, to the era of Trudeau when even Morgentaler blackmailed him with correspondence.

    ProWomanProLife » Hey, she’s got a point

  • I have a dream, a song to sing The Chatelaine article for which I was interviewed is ...

    ProWomanProLife » Not a party song, but a nice one nonetheless

  • Printed in French, Chatelaine features articles on practical home advice, health, beauty, family, and fashion issues, practical home advice, and a wide variety of recipes.

    le mot juste - French Word-A-Day

  • More naturally attuned to the harp's evocative qualities were Faure's richly colored "Une Chatelaine en sa Tour" which achieved a dreamlike aura in this fine young player's hands, a pair of sensitively scored contemporary pieces - David Bruce's "Caja de Musica" and Kati Agocs's "Every Lover Is a Warrior" - and the centerpiece of the program, Britten's 1969 Suite for Harp in C.

    Harpist Bridget Kibbey creates an air of enchantment at Phillips


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