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club" (estimated members in the United States: 40 million), discusses the theories about hand preference and brain organization, and traces the superstitions and religious customs associated with lefties through history. Rae Lindsay writes that "all the world's major languages have special terms for being left-sided or lefthanded...and very few of them are flattering," dating back to the Latin word sinister, which really meant "the pocket side" of togas. In modern languages gauche means "clumsy" or "awkward," mancini indicates "crooked" or "maimed “in Italian; in Romany bongo

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often excluded from scientific research, experts say —There’s no denying it. Left-handers are the odd ones out. By Donna Byrne Lefties make up about 10 percent of the populamtltimes.ca tion but it seems as if society has forgotten about to a complex collabora- them. Just consider all of tion between genes and the right-handed gadgets, environment. While no awkwardly designed exact set of “leftie genes” desks, and cooking tools have been discovered, that fit comfortably only people who dominantly in your right hand. use their left hands do Lefties are more likely have more left-handed to have allergies and are family members. Re- more prone to Migraines. searchers have found dif- They are more likely to ferent brain wirings in be insomniacs and are righties vs. lefties.Why ex- three times more likely to actly people are left- become alcoholics – the handed is still a bit of a mystery — partly because right side of the brain has left-handed people are a lower tolerance to alcohol!

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ontreal Mayor Valérie Plante recently announced plans to turn downtown’s McGill College Ave into a pedestrian plaza. She also invites the public to participate in public hearings that will recommend how this area develops. McGill College Ave runs four blocks from Sherbrooke Street beside the Roddick Gates on the campus of McGill College Ave., Montreal McGill University to Ste Catherine Street beside tréal (OCPM) will begin September, where the ticipate.The OCPM will Reuben’s Deli. The plan six weeks of hearings in public is invited to par- prepare its recommenunveiled by Plante involves closing the area to vehicular traffic and featuring distinct districts for each block. Plante is making good on an election promise Seirios K9 to turn the area into a dog training pedestrian mall. “This place deserves much love and attention," Plante said during an Aug. 2 press conference. "It has such a great view of the mountain and has been protected in the past." The Office de consultation publique de Mon-

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What’s happening in the West Island

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f you like extreme sports, or watching extreme sports competitions, then don’t miss the Psicobloc competition, which is taking place from August 23 to 25 at Parc Jean-Drapeau. Psicobloc is an extreme form of free rock climbing, and is expected to attract over 300 climbers from Canada, the U.S., Colombia, the U.K. and the Netherlands, and will compete for over $40,000 in prizes. The competitors will challenge each other to see who will be the fastest to climb to the top of a 55foot tall rock wall; however, there will be no ropes used or no safety net at the bottom of the wall, which means competitors will either make their way to the top … or end up falling into the tank of water at the bottom. “Psicobloc has its origins in Spain, in which it was called deep water soloing, where you

climbed a wall above a deep body of water,” said co-organizer Sophie Claivaz, who is also a climber in her own right. “It’s not well known in North America, but its popularity is growing in Europe, so when we de-

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cided to stage the competition for the first time in Canada, we knew it had to be in Montreal, because it is well-known for staging and supporting large sporting events.” Ms. Claivaz also remarked that the growing popularity of this ex-

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treme form of rock climbing has grown in popularity not only because of the growth of extreme sports around the world, but also the popularity of similar competition shows on TV such as “American Ninja Warrior”. “These climbers are athletes who like to push themselves harder and harder and want to do something different. They are not afraid of heights and get quite the adrenaline rush from climbing,” she said. “And you don’t have to be a climber to enjoy Psicobloc. Audiences are always amazed at what these athletes can do when they do this type of climbing.” For more information about the Psicobloc rock climbing competition – or to register as a participant – go to: www.psicobloccanada.com

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n Thursday August 9th 2018, the City of Pointe Claire will be holding a meeting at 7:30 pm at the Holiday Suites & Inn Pointe Claire (6700 Trans-Canada Highway). The Demolition Committee will be 'considering an application for a demolition permit and a program for the reutilization of the land'. City council has approved the sale of the Pioneer and a parking lot to Koebra Development Corp. for a reported $730,000. The corporation has plans for a condo/townhouse development, with commercial storefronts and an underground parking lot. Many residents have been fiercely opposed to the project, feeling the decision would ruin the face of the village and change its charm. A notice was issued by the city on July 18th and any person who wanted to oppose the issuance of

the permit had to do so in writing within 10 days of the original notice - but even though the deadline

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passed on June 27th at noon, there continues to be strong opposition to the project. Close to 4,000 citizens (and counting) have signed petitions to halt the demolition of the historic building - and on August 5th, 'Save Le Pionnier', a Facebook group created to help save the Pioneer, launched a 'Letter Writing Campaign', perpetuating their

efforts with the letters being sent to the Demolition Committee. Many residents are expected to attend the meeting on August 9th, although far less than what might have been expected - as the city has questionably put out the notice and is holding the meeting during the main vacation period of the summer when many are away. The Pioneer building has been through several incarnations over the years and needs work, but it has been an iconic presence in the village since the early 1900's. In 1979 it became the Pioneer, then they changed the name to Clyde’s and back to the Pioneer in 2011. On July 21st 2018 they held a big party before officially closing their doors. The Montreal Times will continue to follow the story and keep you updated. For further information go to: www.pointeclaire.ca/en/demolitioncommittee

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A hearty California Rhone Blend. Aromas of ripe black cherry, confit raspberry with touches of mocha, leather and oak. On the palate, the wine is rich with a sumptuous structure complemented by thick but refined tannins. Attractive long aftertaste that recalls roasted herbs and plums. Enjoy with grilled pork chops Mullineux Kloof Street Chenin blanc 2017 SAQ # 12889409 $22.70 A beautiful South

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Roman pagan gods, or face the prospect of having her three daughters endure unspeakable tortures. In order to bring to life the proto-feminist allegories and unstageable miracles that the play expresses, Ms.Van Leeuwen will utilize the concept of object theatre, in which the performers will use certain everyday items – such as a mirror, an espresso machine or a set of tea cups – to ani-

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An interview with London Brown from the HBO series “Ballers”

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ctor/comedian London Brown originally had a background in theatre, but switched to stand-up comedy nine years ago and has never looked back. Since then, he has been regarded as one of the top comics to emerge from the L.A. comedy scene, has performed at

“Reggie is a friend of a guy who made it into the league. I’m what they consider the mooch of a friend who is spending the money, partying with the girls and is kind of a little reckless,” said Brown during an interview last month at the Hyatt Hotel during the Just For Laughs festival, where he was taping a couple of episodes of “LOL Live”, the standup comedy showcase series that airs on Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud! comedy streaming network. Brown also notes that the character of Fat Reggie will mature even more during season four; he will become more mature and more savvy on the business side of the sports world. By Stuart Nulman “On season four, the audience will be allowed to mtltimes.ca follow Reggie through his some of the top comedy growing up on the show,” clubs in North America he said. “He’s funny; he such as the Improv, the doesn’t take any lip from Comedy Store and the anybody. But he’s a good Gotham Comedy Club, guy overall who wants to and has performed along- protect his friend.” Another reason Brown side such comics as Kevin enjoys being part of the Hart, Katt Williams and Tony Rock. He was even cast of “Ballers” is the oprewarded for his comedy portunity to work alongtalent, receiving the Robin side Dwayne “The Rock” Harris Rising Star Award Johnson, especially how former WWE and the Best International this Comedian of 2013 at the wrestler and now internaBlack Comedy Awards in tional movie superstar the UK. However, Brown is widely known for his character “Fat Reggie” on the HBO series “Ballers”, in which its fourth season debuts on the network on August 12. “Ballers” stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a former NFL player who launches a second career as a financial planner for the current crop of professional football players. Brown, as Fat Reggie, is the childhood friend of Vernon Littlefield (played by Donovan W. Carter), a deeply family-oriented NFL player.

promotes such a calm, positive atmosphere on the set. “Dwayne is so cool. He’s the only guy I have ever known to speak his sneezes,” jokes Brown. “The one thing I appreciate about him is that he is a really chill, humble guy. Dwayne may be the biggest star in the world, but on the set of Ballers, he brings out a calm, fun, peaceful vibe and a lot of magnificent energy; and he is so focused, too.”

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make sure and get to the gym myself and get on top of things, too. It made me feel that if I wasn’t at the gym at the same time as Dwayne to work out, I felt bad for not going. He changed my life without even asking me to,” said Brown. When he is not shooting episodes for “Ballers”, Brown is continuing to

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Glorious Garlands of Garlic

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n all parts of the world there are legends of garlic being used to ward off evil spirits and these beliefs may stem from this plant’s medicinal history as potent defender against more serious threats such as harmful bacteria or viruses. For many today, garlic is still an old standby when flu season hits; crushed garlic cloves and ginger added to boiling water will get a sweat going and the garlic may help to boost your immune system. Fortunately, in those winter months, local garlic can still be found in markets and specialty food stores. By spring, Quebec garlic has mostly vanished from the city and unless we’ve rationed well we must wait until August for the new arrivals. Those loyal to local foods will follow garlic development throughout the late spring and summer. In June, the garlic scapes appear; these are the greens and flower bulb from the garlic plant and they taste great in pastas, salads, and dips. In July, we see the arrival of green garlic which tastes like regular garlic but without the spiciness. When mature garlic is harvested in mid-summer, it needs to be cured so that the outer layers

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harden to protect the oils and moisture inside the bulb. August is when we finally begin to see those beautiful braids hanging from stalls at the markets. The summer months are a great time to eat

much of a threat these days, but do go and buy those beautiful garlands of garlic and hang them in your kitchen so that you are well-stocked with a medicinal and culinary powerhouse! This garlicy Peri Peri sauce tastes great on chicken or meats. Use it as a marinade and as a sauce to slather onto your favourite barbecued foods.

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