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  • Brad Cran, the poet laureate for the city of Vancouver, has declined an invite to appear at the Olympics (pdf) for a variety of reasons, but first and foremost among them is censorship.

    Vancouver poet laureate sticks it to Olympics

  • So many things bothered Cran that I would sometimes forget what didn't.

    Truffle

  • Cran talked about the way our house smelled to everybody.

    Truffle

  • I didn't handle confrontational anger well, so when my American boyfriend Cran became enraged about tiny crap such as mouse poop under the oven, or lipstick staining the rims of cups, or lint on the sofa, or the neighbor's sour grass in front of the house — I'd kiss his poison out and then make him soup.

    Truffle

  • "They think people aren't going to do it exactly the way they do it, so they believe they have to take over," says Cran.

    Tame Your Inner Control Freak

  • Cran, a self-confessed control freak, says that although she's been self-employed since 1994, it wasn't until 2006 that she was able to let go enough to successfully delegate to others.

    Tame Your Inner Control Freak

  • When Cran finally hired her team, she confessed about her control freak tendencies.

    Tame Your Inner Control Freak

  • They say, 'If only so and so would do this,'says Cheryl Cran, author of The Control Freak Revolution.

    Tame Your Inner Control Freak

  • Cran-Pomegranate is allegedly comprised almost entirely of apple and grape juice, with cranberry the third-ranking juice and pomegranate fifth.

    Joining the Pom squad

  • "Respecting everyone's stage of life can help us to negotiate project timelines or workloads," Cran says.

    Are 20-Somethings Hard To Work With? Nope, It's Just You

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