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Artist publishes old story
 By Tim Saunders

An old story told to a Devon artist by his grandfather has been published as a book.

On the First Day of Christmas . . .
 By Wes Porter

It’s the tradition: “Let’s go out and choose a Christmas tree,” you announce. Or perhaps you see the neighbours decorating the Christmas tree growing on their front lawn. Earlier in the year, you described driving through Canada’s vast northern coniferous forests as travelling past Christmas trees. But depending on where you live, that Christmas tree could be any one of twenty or more species.

Christmas Trees & Other Seasonal Decor
 By Wes Porter

Anything and everything is promoted in the U.S. of A. There’s Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian by way of proof. So it should come as no surprise that some enterprising entrepreneurs have decreed December to be National Pear Month and even National Fruit Cake Month. While you and I might reach for a slice of the latter on Christmas Day somebody in the land of milk and hamburgers decided it would be National Pumpkin Pie Day.