Back to Article Kate, Will, Kim, and Kris: A tale of two weddings Year in review Passings: Some of the bright lights that went out in 2011 Add to ... BRAD WHEELER The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Dec. 17 2011, 12:01 AM EST Last updated Monday, Dec. 19 2011, 6:32 PM EST Brad Wheeler lists some of the people we loved and lost Next Prev See more galleries Hours of Culture: Four things you should check out this week Inside the National Arts Centre's planned makeover Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Mixed-use project in Ottawa meets cultural tourism Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week In Pictures: Toronto's Field Trip Festival Comments AA More related to this story Pop's crop of new moms The Wattage Meter 2011: Who shone brightest, and who burned out Tiger’s blood, anyone? Pop’s favourite terms in 2011 More related to this story Celebrity scandal roundup: the year in insults, gaffes, and verbal miscues 2011's celebrity breakups: Who came out on top? Kate, Will, Kim, and Kris: A tale of two weddings webamyhoriz.jpg webamywinehouse.jpg web Gil Scott-Heron.jpg webjohnneville.jpg webliztaylor.jpg websidney.jpg Year in Review Read more from The Globe's look back at 2011 In the know Life Wheat, meat, now milk – what’s safe to eat in the 21st century? Report on Business Sports-themed condos score with Canadian fans Report on Business Condo rules driving you nuts? It’s your own fault Report on Business From employee blunders to data breaches, CFOs can help stave off headaches Most popular videos » Life 'Everybody Loves Raymond' child star dead at 19 Life We asked a male National Ballet of Canada dancer the question you're too polite to ask Life Oil's fall took a bite out of this Calgary home's sale price Report on Business Condo rules driving you nuts? It’s your own fault Report on Business Wekerle staring down another lawsuit Life Which Canadian city has the highest 'life satisfaction' score? Report on Business Som Seif on the outlook for oil and a strategy for investors Video Why Canadian Tire boss gets so much joy from driving young son in truck Life This custom instrument maker's favourite words? Price is no object Life Developers hope that one day you'll be printing your food at home Technology 'Safest bike ever' devised by British entrepreneur Arts Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron talk 'Mad Max: Fury Road' ◀ ● ● ● ▶ Highlights Report on Business Empty homes, foreign buyers fuel resentment in London Report on Business Sino-Forest defence lawyers’ bill a ‘staggering’ $41-million More from The Globe and Mail Report on Business CFOs need to step out of the office and talk with people Arts Don McQueen was regarded as Canada’s ‘best news producer’ Most popular April 27: Your daily horoscope Parents spend millions battling in court over child’s sleepovers Canada’s Food Guide is broken – and no one wants to fix it TFSA, RRSP and RRIF rule changes miss the mark Canadiens edge Senators and advance to second round of NHL playoffs More Top Stories Tools What to do if the CRA comes calling Letters to the Editor April 27: Omar Khadr’s bail – and other letters to the editor Golf Ko claims Swinging Skirts Classic, Justin Rose rallies for PGA Zurich win Books & Media Words that capture the big things in life for National Poetry Month Tools Tax advice for entrepreneurs, no strings attached Market Updates Calendar: What investors need to know for the week ahead Video John Kerry shifts Arctic Council's focus to climate change This custom instrument maker's favourite words? Price is no object Why Canadian Tire boss gets so much joy from driving young son in truck Tips for Gen Y on saving for a house down payment Photos In photos: Honda shows off new business jet Hours of Culture: Four things you should check out this week Add to Watchlist Add to Watchlist We've run into a glitch. Please try again later. We've run into a glitch. Please try again later.