Saturday, May 25, 2024

Opinion

By Bill Monahan A breathy, poignant version of “Cry Me A River” performed on clarinet by flautist Roselyn Brown set the tone for the kickoff of the annual Meaford International Film Festival on Thursday night (September 3) as the last minute arrivals found their seats. It had been filmed at this year’s Emancipation Festival in Owen Sound where photos of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery march had been originally displayed. These same photos were on exhibit at Meaford Hall to...
By Stephen Vance, Staff If you haven't been picking up the print edition of The Meaford Independent, you've been missing the 3 Rs – Rants, Raves & Rumours! As a special Long Weekend bonus, this week we are also publishing the 3 Rs online this week so our readers can see what they've been missing. Pick up a print copy of The Meaford Independent today to support truly local, truly independent media!This Week's Rants: I was surprised last week when I...

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