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In 2010, exhausted by writing up our master dissertations and depressed by the wet, cold English weather, my friend Petra and I decided to run away to the island of Crete for a while. It was lovely, and we did learn a thing or two we had not known. One of those things is that not every guided tour is worth the horror.

We had booked the trip to Spinalonga, Island of Tears, because simply everyone we had met so far had raved about this. (very difficult to do on holidays) to get ready. We had our bathing suits and towels, our cameras, our cash. I walked around the corner of the bus and my immediate thought was that I strayed into Toon Town. The guide, Rolla, looked like Cruella deVille on the tag end of a massive bender. She was wearing a brilliant, shiny, scarlet trench coat and she had a sinuously sinister, Greek accented speaking voice that was creepy in the extreme.

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These announcements were repeated after each stop. Since it was nearly two hours before we reached the pier, this became more and more disturbing as the morning progressed. Between these announcements, Rolla pointed out various self evident things, for no apparent reason, and also gave us some interesting information regarding Bronze Age Minoan family life, about which, as an archaeologist, I was very glad to be set right.

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We considered making notes, because it seemed as if there might be a test later on.

Rolla also described some local jewelry available in Agios Nikolaos and exhorted the to buy diamond rings for good wives. This part went on for some time: my guess is that she gets a kickback from the town jewelers. Possibly in the form of puppies.

We got to the pier. We got on the boat. For the most part, Rolla was now mercifully silent, barring the odd announcement about picking up the chits for the entrance fees for the Island part and occasionally getting on the mike to name, spell out and generally gossip about a few resorts along the way, one of which was extremely exclusive.

We anchored in a lovely spot. I weighed my options. Petra elected to jump off the boat. As a nice middle aged lady who was not feeling particularly adventurous, having had less than my required amount of caffeine that morning, I got off and walked along the shore to the beach. The water was warm and unbelievably clear and turquoise and the sun was shining. It was like inhabiting a travel brochure, actually, which does not often happen.

After a while, we upped anchor and went on to Spinalonga. The island had been the site of a 15th century Venetian fortress, then taken over by the Ottoman Turks and then, around 1904, was re used as a leper colony till the late fifties.

a very sad story, Laura had told us. a book about it. a very sad story, said one of the women on the boat. a book about it. a verry ssadd ssto orrry, Rolla informed us. Not only was there a book about it, but also a 24 part miniseries on Greek TV. She said this several times throughout the day. It a very sad story, or so I told.

Petra and I ditched Rolla (who was giving a guided tour of the leper colony part) almost instantly upon arrival. We wandered around, clambering up to the tiny churches on the higher slopes and investigating the Venetian cisterns and the fortifications. Despite Rolla assertions to the contrary, there were some remains of sixteenth century frescoes on the apse in one of the chapels. There was not nearly enough time to see everything, and we were not amused to find that our time on the island was limited so that we could be shuttled back to Agios Nikolaos for shopping.

Agios Nikolaos is actually quite lovely. Expensive, sure, but very pretty. The harbour can host those massive cruise ships, of which there were two moored up when we were there. It has a lake, which used to be a freshwater body, but at some point the fishermen figured a safe harbour for the fishing boats was more important and connected it to the ocean, so now it is a mixture of fresh and salt water. It has a postcard y cuteness that is very appealing. After a bit of minor souvenir hunting, Petra and I settled down at a lakeside taverna for Greek coffee and people watching. We did a quick jaunt out along the lake edge (there was a teeny chapel and some sweet little boats) and then went to meet up with the bus.

The return journey was just what you would have expected. Rolla did the entire monologue in reverse, in case anyone hadn been paying attention the first time and she cross examined the women as to whether they gotten their diamond jewelry. Then, in the midst of explaining that we were at the end of the tourist season (in case we were wondering why eighty per cent of the businesses were closed up, or why Thomas Cook was selling off seven night stays for one third the normal price), Rolla began to tell us about how the owners of the resort businesses would be packing up and going back to their farms and orchards to work there for the winter. Rolla herself had work to do at home, too.

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A painting in Kingston, once lost, is now found.

The painting turned up on an interior wall of a local business during renovations carried out by Bryon Springer, at Bath Road and Westdale Avenue the former site of a restaurant at the old Kingston bus terminal near the old traffic circle. A property manager made the discovery three weeks ago.

The signature on the piece was by Canadian artist Kenneth Holmden, who has work in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Canada. The Springer family donated this specific work by Holmden to the Queen’s University art conservation program.

Thursday marked the start of their task, to safely remove the long lost mural.

The painting six feet tall and 11 feet wide isn’t in the greatest condition, making a great learning experience for seven of Queen’s painting students.

“It’s the perfect scale and degree of complexity for a beginner project,” said Michael O’Malley, the paintings and art conservation professor, who was guiding the recovery project.

First, the students assessed the oil painting to make sure the paint wasn’t flaking, and stabilized with temporary facing areas that looked vulnerable to damage. The second part of the recovery was to detach the painting, which is on cotton canvas, from the wall. Improvisational tools, such as metal spatulas and tacking irons, were used to peel back the canvas and carefully wrap it around an 11 foot sonotube.

All of this work was completed on a seven rung ladder at the construction site, with only a small ground spotlight lighting the area that had been gutted.

O’Malley said he deduced the painting was probably from the late 1950s to early ’60s. The age of the painting worked in their favour, he said, as over time adhesives dry and become brittle, making them easier to work with.

One of the students, Patrick Gauthier, was patiently waiting for his rotation so he could help recover the art.

“Conservators are required to know how to do this, but don’t often get to do it,” he said. “It’s pretty exciting.”

Kelsey Fox, a student viewing the work aback, said the hands on experience is widely different from the learning experience.

“Just hearing the dimensions doesn’t give you a proper appreciation for how big the work is,” she said. “You walk in and it can still take you by surprise.”

The large painting speaks to travel, depicting an early 19th or late 18th century Mediterranean port scene with fishermen unloading their catch at what is, perhaps, a market, O’Malley said.

Amandina Anastassiades, the artifact and art conservation professor, who was also guiding the project, said the recovery process takes around three hours. The students had already spent two hours in preparation work.

“To have the chance to go on site to do a removal is a unique opportunity,” she said.

Upon recovery, the painting will be stored for the summer at the University’s Art Conservation lab. Once class starts again in the fall, students will resume work on the painting.

After the full recovery is complete, Anastassiades said she would like to have the painting exhibited at either the Agnes Etherington Art Centre or the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning but she has not reached out to the Tett Centre yet.

This piece is of community interest, “there are probably a lot of people still alive who remember eating at the bus terminal restaurant,” she said.

Springer also said he would like to keep the historical painting in the city.

“It seemed that the best fit was to donate it to the university to help them out with their art restoration program,” he said. “Hopefully, we can display it somewhere nice in the community so a lot of people can benefit from it that way.”

There is no fixed dollar value on the painting as of yet, but both professors said in agreement the educational and historical experience is value enough.
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Vanessa Cable, Justin Clark, Sierra Madison, Dakota Mitchell, Brianna Sauve, Trevor Stacey and Mackenzie White will receive their diplomas with the rest of the Class of 2018, but Friday marked their completion of the alternative education program.

Madison spoke about a ” common misconception” that students who do well academically don’t need alternative education opportunities.

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“Everyone learns thinks and grows in different ways, so it’s not odd that your typical high school teaching techniques and environment wouldn’t be for everyone,” she said.

Madison, one of two student speakers at the graduation, said she was considering dropping out, even though she had the ability to do well in school, until she was accepted at the Howe Center where she had more teacher interaction and didn’t feel “the social pressure of having to have the right answer to every problem.”

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Students were all given a plant a small gift to mark their successful completion of classes at the Howe Center campus, as well as hearing the predictions for their future from Howe Center staff which included Sauve opening the “Yo Bro Salon;” Mitchell becoming a manager at his current place of employment, Walmart; White becoming a nurse; Madison becoming a pediatric psychologist and Cable opening a pet salon.

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There are hundreds of models on display at the Hamburg Fairgrounds through January 28, from six different local dealers, competing with each other to offer you the best deals.

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Tybor admits, it getting hard to call some of the high end RVs these days. you know, this is my kind of roughing it, he laughed.

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In Speed Skating, the men’s 1500m features 35 year old American Shani Davis, who took silver at the distance in 2006 and 2010. Fellow American Shaun White targets a third Olympic halfpipe gold against a field that also features Oregon’s Ben Ferguson and Australia’s Scotty James. Latvia’s Martins Dukurs and South Korea’s Yun Sung Bin begin their duel for men’s Skeleton gold with opening runs. Among the most anticipated Speed Skating events in PyeongChang is the women’s 1000m, with reigning world champion Heather Bergsma of Team USA facing a deep international field. Also, defending Olympic gold medalist Matthias Mayer goes up against the “Attacking Vikings” of Norway in the men downhill and the Figure Skating pairs’ free skate concludes.

Coming off a winning performance in the giant slalom, Mikaela Shiffrin looks to defend her Olympic title in women’s slalom. Team USA’s Lindsey Jacobellis, who memorably fell short of gold at the 2006 Games, eyes redemption in women Snowboard cross. Men’s Figure Skating begins with the short program as Americans Nathan Chen and Adam Rippon take on a deep international field. The Salt Lake City native looks to bounce back from his short program performance as he takes on defending champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan and an experienced international field in the free skate. American Lindsey Vonn, 33, could become Alpine Skiing’s oldest female Olympic medalist with a podium effort in the super G. man with two Olympic Alpine gold medals,
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seeks a third in his specialty event, the giant slalom. After sweeping the Freestyle Skiing men’s slopestyle podium in 2014, Team USA begins a fresh run at multiple medals with Sochi silver medalist Gus Kenworthy among those in qualifying round action. The Short Track venue should be electric as host South Korea boasts multiple medal contenders in the men’s 1000m and women’s 1500m events. Jacqueline Loelling, 23, seeks Germany’s first Olympic gold in Skeleton a year after becoming the sport’s youngest female world champion. In Freestyle Skiing, defending Olympic champion Maddie Bowman leads a strong American group in the women’s halfpipe final. Figure Skating continues with the ladies’ short program. Championships; 2010 Olympian Mirai Nagasu; and 18 year old Karen Chen, who placed fourth at last year’s World Championships. Yevgenia Medvedeva, competing as an Olympic Athlete from Russia (OAR), is the gold medal favorite. Also: American Elana Meyers Taylor begins her quest to upgrade her women’s Bobsled silver medal from Sochi and action continues in Short Track.

In Alpine, Mikaela Shiffrin goes for her second 2018 Olympics gold medal while Lindsey Vonn aims for her second medal in as many days as they take on the women combined. On the men side, Austria’s Marcel Hirscher looks to earn his third gold medal of these Olympics in the men’s slalom. contingent. The women’s Bobsled podium in PyeongChang could feature the same pilots as in Sochi Team USA’s Elana Meyers Taylor (silver) and Jamie Greubel Poser (bronze),
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plus two time defending Olympic gold medalist Kaillie Humphries of Canada. Another void could be filled as Jessie Diggins and Co. enter the team sprint seeking Team USA’s first Olympic medal in a women’s Cross Country event.