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Third showing of "How Sherlock Changed the World"
(1)I just realized the Wisconsin Public Television schedule for December includes a third showing of the upcoming two-hour program, "How Sherlock Changed the
Two news items: Sherlock's birthday party & Public TV program
(1)Our 14th annual celebration of the birthday of Sherlock Holmes has been confirmed to start at 1 p.m., Sunday, January 5, at Pedro's Mexican Restaurante at 3555
November NCT Meeting Minutes
(1)Thanks to Joan Penn for being our note taker at Sunday's meeting. Here is her report. Billy the page (aka Mike McCoy) "That boy is a problem, Watson." ******
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Canary-Trainers stare down tornado watch...
(1).or were we just frozen in fear? Probably not the latter as, despite the threatening weather which included a tornado watch for Madison for most of today's
"Secrets of Scotland Yard"
(1)Just a reminder that a one-hour program entitled "Secrets of Scotland Yard" airs on PBS stations in Wisconsin and other areas at 7 p.m. CST Sunday -- 2 1/2
Sunday's Notorious Canary-Trainers meeting reminder
(1)Just a reminder that this month's case study for our Sunday (Nov. 17) meeting is The Abbey Grange. We gather in the lounge area on the lower level of the
New Sherlock Holmes playing cards
(1)Three different sets of Sherlock Holmes playing cards are expected to be offered for sale soon, according to this video posted on Kickstarter.com, a website
File - The Notorious Canary-Trainers' Monthly Reminders
(30)(This monthly reminder was updated Aug. 20, 2013.) HERE'S OUR MEETING SCHEDULE THROUGH DECEMBER 2014. All meetings currently are scheduled from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Sherlock and related TV schedule news
(1)Upcoming Wisconsin Public Television programming which should be of interest: "Secrets of Scotland Yard" airs on Wisconsin Public Television stations Sunday,
Clues to Sherlock's fall; Season 3 "Sherlock" case titles
(1)Some "Sherlock" news which should be of interest. The first: "Sherlock's co-creator, Mark Gatiss, and one of its stars, Martin Freeman, have dropped some hints
Quick video tour of new Sherlock Holmes exhibition
(1)Following up on my earlier message about the new Sherlock Holmes exhibition that is starting its 10-city U.S. tour in Portland, here's a news video showing
New Sherlock Holmes Exhibition touring U.S.
(1)FYI, the International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes begins its U.S. tour today -- Thursday -- in Portland, Oregon, where it will remain until Jan. 5, then
More on that PBS Sherlock Holmes two-parter
(1)After doing some additional rigorous research - or a little more accurately, stumbling across this information while casually perusing the September issue of
Something to look forward to this fall
(1)The two-hour TV production "How Sherlock Changed the World" gets its British premiere this week, as described below. According to a PBS news release last
Steampunk Sherlock Holmes; Scuttlebutt newsletter
(2)Hi from Montreal! I've got some more Holmesian steampunk recommendations. For those who like pastiches, Kim Newman's books are also sort of steampunk (if we're
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Find your fictional literary character match in this quiz
(1)Might there be a secret Sherlock Holmes or Dr. Watson - or even a Moriarty - within our ranks? The question is posed as the AbeBooks.com website is asking:
The London of 1910
(1)View this map of the London of 1910 or so when Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson may have been among the many who found it fascinating. To quote from the notes
(1)Greetings, It's time for our 5th annual picnic at Barbara Boe's house. We will be meeting at the usual Canary Trainer time- Sun. Sept.15th at 3:00, rain or
Benedict Cumberbatch talks about Sherlock's building fall
(1)Benedict Cumberbatch was interviewed this summer for about 10 minutes on a British TV program and the first question posed to him about the upcoming Season 3
Have an article in mind, perhaps?
(1)Any writers out there? Mystery Readers Journal is soliciting articles of 500-1,500 pages of crime fiction that involve trains, ships, planes, autos, camels
Henry Zecher speaking to Door County audience
(1)One of our members, Henry Zecher (Horace Harker), will be speaking in Door County tomorrow (Wednesday) night as an added special event at the evening
Klinger's Annotated being released on Kindle
(1)Les Klinger's Annotated Sherlock Holmes becomes available on Kindle Monday, according to the I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere website. More details and other
Sherlock Holmes conference makeup
(1)Regretting you weren't in attendance at the recent "Sherlock Homes Through Time and Place" conference at the University of Minnesota earlier this month and
"Sherlock Holmes Through Time and Place" conference program
(1)If you were at Sunday's monthly meeting, you had a chance to glance at the program booklet distributed at the "Sherlock Holmes Through Time and Place"
Review of "Sherlock Holmes and Frankenstein's Diary"
(1)If you attended SundayÆs case study meeting or read the notes from the meeting I shared Monday via a previous message, we learned of the release of the latest
Report on Sunday's meeting
(1)Attached is my report on Sunday's meeting where we discussed "The Golden Pince-Nez" adventure. If you were there, feel free to supplement it with your own
July issue of 'Scuttlebutt' available
(1)The July issue of Peter Blau's always-informative monthly newsletter, "Scuttlebutt from the Spermaceti Press," now is available online for viewing and
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(1)Hello, fellow Canary Trainers. I've attached my review of the Sherlock Holmes play at Lanesboro, MN, the cause of our missing last month's meeting, for your
University Bookstore Hilldale the site for upcoming meetings
(1)Discussion at yesterday's monthly gathering of the Notorious Canary-Trainers as to our future meeting location came out strongly in favor of it remaining the
(2)Hello All, Just to add to what Jim saidïI found parking on Monroe Street to be very scarce and, therefore, problematic. The bookstore was nice but cozy
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