Tony Reynolds is a freelance writer who lives happily above Broadway in Orangeville.
When the winter wind blows and the flakes fly, snowplow operator Bruce Crawford is ready to go to work.
Jane Ohland Cameron’s colourful Muppet-like puppets set loose the creative imagination of kids and adults with developmental disabilities.
When the pandemic caused a spike in need, executive director Heather Hayes and a small army of staff and volunteers worked overtime.
We salute the newly minted essential workers at Foodland in Caledon East and across our region for working overtime in the aisles for us.
Our forebears knew how to put sunshine in a jar. You can too.
This sweet and spicy pepper jelly is a perfect accompaniment to a cheese and charcuterie platter.
This business owner helps people with disabilities express themselves through music at Tisho’s Music Academy in Bolton.
The founders of Streams Community Hub in Shelburne believe every child deserves a chance to tap into their creative side.
In her new production, Across the Pond, singer Leisa Way steps up to the microphone to sing classics from The Beatles, Sting and Petula Clark.
Sugaring off is a time-honoured ritual in the hills.
What Goes Around Comes Around
A primer on the rivers of Headwaters
Here’s the Rub! Firefighter Christian Horner is spicing up menus in the hills and beyond.
At Community Living Dufferin, the arts open up exciting new ways of communicating – and strutting their stuff to the world.
What could be more Canadian than lacing up to play on the pond?
For three vintage aircraft enthusiasts, slipping “the surly bonds of earth” in their restored Tiger Moth was an unforgettable experience.
For the dedicated foodie and oenophile on your list, get tickets for one of the themed dinners and wine tastings with The Wine Coaches at Gourmandissimo in Caledon East.
Enjoy a classical outing the whole family might enjoy, consider tickets to the Moscow Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty at the Rose Theatre in Brampton on March 6.