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Vol. 55 Issue 1: November 2010

  • Spring, Summer and Fall The Curling News takes our readers through an incredible list of off-season and early fall stories
  • Enter The Dragon’s Den A curling entrepreneur gives the business pitch of his life to Canada’s no-nonsense TV investment stars
  • SoCal Spotlight Our new feature Curling In America takes a look at those Hollywood rockers in Los Angeles
  • The Curling News TV Guide Only The Curling News gives you monthly TV curling listings that cover all shows in all markets
  • Men With Brooms They’re back… and only The Curling News can give you the ultimate backstage pass
  • xM Volume 1 Issue 1 Whatever this may be, it is only available to subscribers of The Curling News
  • The Dominion Club Corner Looks up, way up, into success stories from the Arctic Circle
  • The 2011 Women of Curling The calendar is back, but with numerous twists: it’s clean, Canadian and a functional curling calendar too
  • Curling World gone Bananas Resident curmudgeon Larry Wood lets fly at all things strange and shocking in The Roaring Game
  • More Moosie Farewells TV’s beloved curling commentator gets a Gemini nomination and a gala sendoff
  • Vancouver 2011? Sam Corea is our new columnist from beautiful (and post-Olympic) British Columbia
  • Adult Curling Retention Explained A “Eureka!” moment for the sport… and your club’s retention tactics will never be the same again
  • Jim Armstrong’s Wild Ride The criminal charges shocked the curling world… but it’s already been one big roller coaster ride
  • The Return of The Pants There are fears – and cheers – that the Norwegian curling pants are growing in number… and colours
  • Guessing Game A high-profile curling coach recently jumped from one team to another… skipped by some gal named Jennifer Jones…
  • They Said It Our monthly showcase of collectible curling quotations
  • Round Two for the Club Curler A look at next month’s second-ever The Dominion Club Curling Championship
  • The Great Outdoors Canada’s Olympic heroines turn to a very large advertising medium to attract much-needed sponsorship
  • They Should’ve Stayed in Bed Jeff Stoughton welcomes his old third… and suffers a painful opening to his World Curling Tour season
  • … and Still More!