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A remarkable look at the growth of a young boy and a quirky summer blockbuster are among the movies that captured the imaginations of The Canadian Press this year.
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TORONTO - A remarkable look at the growth of a young boy, a gripping portrait of a maniacal jazz instructor and a quirky summer blockbuster are among the cinematic stories that captured the imaginations of the reporters and editors at The Canadian Press this year. In alphabetical order, our top
Canadian Press top 10 films of 2014
TORONTO - A remarkable look at the growth of a young boy, a gripping portrait of a maniacal jazz instructor and a quirky summer blockbuster are among the cinematic stories that captured the imaginations of the reporters and editors at The Canadian Press this year.
2014 In Review: Part One (January-June)
It was a busy year for Grayling and Crawford County. With 2014 coming to an end, the Crawford County Avalanche presents its annual Year In Review feature, starting with Part One (January through June) in this week's edition. Next week's Avalanche will include Part Two (July through December).
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