A regular contributor to National Geographic Traveler, Liz Beatty is a freelance writer and communications consultant living in Brimstone. Check out her blog Special Places In The Hills and share your local favourite place.
Dufferin County’s first poet laureate waxes eloquent on reclaiming the power of words and uniting our local arts community.
A beginner’s ode to getting into the ballroom dancing groove.
Each Syrian refugee settling in the hills arrives with hope for a safer life. Here we meet some of them, along with the locals who are lending hands – and hearts.
Caledon’s first ecovillage celebrates 10 years of sustainable living.
Drawing prolifically and with no limitations, McDonald delved deeply into his fascination with big-perspective, architectural subjects.
The Golden Country Classics Band keeps old-time, toe-tapping music alive in the hills.
The Big Life Lessons of a High School Play
The words “High on Art” dominate this happy mayhem, and so they should.
For these brainiacs, it’s a comic book world.
Pam McGugan’s Christmas tree is bejewelled with more than 2,000 ornaments and just as many precious memories.
For a busy Caledon art conservator, delicately recapturing the truth of an artist’s vision is a calling that combines art and science.
Midway, a squared stone tower reached up to the forest canopy. The filtered bits of light from above, the impossible green of the deep forest, the mystery of what and who…
Having just mated, bugs begin dropping dead on the river and at precisely 9:10, Rob ties his fly and announces he’s going to fish.
There’s nothing more exciting than the chemistry of getting in a room and playing with people.
Off the beaten path, a quick list of some lesser-known must see, do, and stay tips.
A trip to explore their Irish roots brings three generations closer to their Caledon home.
At Bolton’s St. Michael Secondary School, the hickory stick has been replaced with a baguette, and Chef Gallo is calling the tune.
Set in the stone ruins under the stars, a rustic summer wedding and vegetarian feast was like a mid-summer night’s dream come true.