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Northern Life mentioned Heels ’n’ Soles.
We are a group of farmers, food professionals and eaters working to promote the purchase, production and consumption of locally-grown food in the Sudbury area.
We operate a non for profit grocer in downtown Sudbury.
It's Sew Easy aids in the production of handcrafted textile projects with a brimming arsenal of fabric, notions, quilting miscellany, and more. DIYers can sift through a hefty selection of fabrics ($15.95 for 2.5 metres) as well as accompanying spools of thread ($2–$20) to dazzle dull living rooms with colour or dress blah beds in themed sheets. Quilting quests are pacified in the form of queen-size batting ($40), 108-inch-wide backing ($22.95/metre), or a handy rotary cutting board ($39.95). Any quandaries can be directed toward It's Sew Easy's friendly and expert staff which ladles heaping helpings of advice and the methods for spinning fabric into food in an emergency.
Pro Piano is a full-service music shop offering classes and a wide selection of new and refurbished pianos, guitars, and amps. Three talented music instructors with extensive teaching and performance experience lead neophytes and old hands alike into brave new worlds of musical technique during half-hour lessons at Pro Piano's in-store teaching studio or one-hour lessons at students' homes. While Pro Piano instructors specialize in piano, guitar, and voice, under their wise tutelage students can choose to study almost any melody-maker, including obscure instruments such as the eight-stringed octopus guitar or the tuba. Call ahead to schedule a lesson.
The pros at Eddy’s full-service garage check all vehicular fluids before replacing the old oil and filter with fresher, younger versions of their former selves. Experienced mechanics tenderly massage stressed out tires as they gauge tire pressure, and air filters get their turn in the spotlight as the shop’s staff give them the thrice-over. As up to five delicious litres of new non-synthetic oil pour into the car’s innards, fidgety vehicles get that newly scrubbed feeling that keeps them running smoothly longer. For those bringing in a diesel or foreign-car oil filter—or for an unusually thirsty Tin Lizzie that requires more than five litres—additional charges may apply.
Born to Shop is a swanky 'hole-in-the-wall' boutique bringing you todays Hollywood 'it girl' fashions.
We carry a wide variety beads such as: Swarovski crystals, Czech glass, semi precious stones, fresh water pearls and lots of different colours and shapes of glass.
We stock findings in sterling silver, silver plated, gold plated, copper and pewter.
We also carry Beadalon tools, wire, beading magazines and so much more.
For 23 years, Pro-Am Sportswear has been equipping sports fans with the licensed merchandise they need to declare their pigskin-, baseball-, and puck-affiliated loyalties. Shoppers can peruse a large selection of team T-shirts ($20–$25) and jerseys ($35+) emblazoned with the logos of their preferred hockey, baseball, and football organizations, or encase crania in team pride with hats ($20–$40) and official team top-hat-and-cane sets. Pro-Am Sportswear also has jerseys in infant ($25) and toddler ($45) sizes so that fans can set their small children or large cats on the path to diehard status.
Cindy's Homebrew's user-friendly shop introduces customers to the finer points of the vine via oenophilic accessories and supplies. Single-glass decanting becomes more realizable than victorious tiger-wrestling matches with an Aroma wine aerator. The clear, slanted nozzle snugly fits bottles' necks and fashion sense, using a double air-intake system to filter precious oxygen through wine as it heads toward the glass. Wine aeration may improve a pour's bouquet, flavour, and punctuality, diligently serving extended tenure with a five-year warranty.
The Running Room is proudly a family owned company, which originated in 1984 out of founder John Stanton's wish to purchase quality running shoes from someone knowledgeable about the sport. He opened a small one room store in the renovated living room of an old house in Edmonton, hence the name, "Running Room."
Sleep Experience creates worthwhile winks with an extensive variety of slumber accessories, including Kaymed's soy memory foam pillow. Renewable elements form an eco-friendly headrest, blending nature and technology in a more comfortable design than noise cancelling pinecones. The pillow maintains a resilient, supportive shape for long lasting noggin cradling, and anti-microbial material prevents unwanted organisms from throwing pillow-top slumber parties unbeknownst to their host.
Inspiring Interiors carries furniture and accessories for the home, office, and garden, most of which are made with solid wood in Canada. Bedrooms, dining rooms, offices, game rooms, gardens, and other house-elf habitats will welcome adaptable new furnishings and their wall-hanging, accent, and area-rug sidekicks. For sleepy heads and the brains within, a queen-size latex pillow by Natura bolsters sweet and savoury dreams ($99). Euroline candle holders illuminate twilit chambers, bringing comfort to ghostly inhabitants afraid of the dark ($79 each), and homeowners saving water for bathtub-size tea parties can surround themselves with a forest of 6-foot artificial poplar trees by Maclaw ($139 each). For making a room instantly double in size or enabling a quick fairest-one-of-all consultation, there’s a head-turning selection of mirrors ($99+). Inspiring Interiors, which has outfitted abodes in northern Ontario, North Bay, Coniston, Azilda, Val Caron, Hanmer, and Parry Sound since 1972, continuously updates its stock, much to the chagrin of shag-lined beanbag-chair collectors.
Vivah Jewellry traces its origins back to 1972, when founder Zell Goodbaum began wholesale trading sparkly gems and fashion jewellery back and forth between Canada and his home in India. During his travels, he met self-taught gold- and silversmith Vivah Goldberg, who dazzled Zell with her masterful stone carving, intuitive eye for design, and impressive collection of golden celebrity busts. The Goodbaum-Goldberg alliance came into full fruition in 1985 with the opening of Vivah Jewellery's first location, a partnership that combined Vivah's artistry and technical skill with Zell's business savvy and experience.
Today, each of Vivah Jewellery's locations lures passersby who are easily distracted by shiny objects with more than 8,000 pieces of sterling silver, milky pearl, and precious stones. Appendages become beacons for positive attention when wearing the shop's uncommon, original trinkets, which have included the classic, turn-of-the-century-style art-nouveau crystal pavé watch and the contemporary crystal leaf designer headband.
The Sudbury Star's ace reporters keep readers abreast of happenings both near and far, covering local and provincial items as well as national and world news. Sports reporters relay scores from Sudbury Wolves and Sudbury Nickel Barons matchups, high-school sports, and major-league contests, and entertainment writers preview and review concerts, new movies, and book and video-game releases. Opinion columns from Gwynne Dyer and Brian MacLeod cast a critical eye on current events, and the classified ads help buyers find homes they can live in and cars they can park in the living rooms of their new homes.
The North Bay Nugget is North Bay’s source for everything local, national, and international, ranging from politics to business to entertainment. The sports section reporters textually re-create the play-by-play action and delve into in-depth analysis of hockey from around the country, while the entertainment section covers TV, local theatre and festivals, and cinema. The crack team of op-eds writers covers polarizing humanities issues, such as whether dogs should be allowed to smoke in public parks. Subscribers can get the same in-depth news via the traditional paper subscription or the e-subscription.