Tralee Pearce is the deputy editor of In The Hills Magazine.
At Lee Anne Downey’s new lavender farm in Erin, small-batch products and intimate retreats are in the works.
Mary fires up her pottery wheel only briefly, to attach the circular foot to the bottom of the bowl.
Macramé redux, Tooth Fairy help and hummingbird feeders on our radar.
How a project called Compass House helped one family build roots in Dufferin County – and cemented its two architects’ love of the area.
Caledon’s Shailyn Pierre-Dixon, 15, won a Canadian Screen Award for best supporting actress in the The Book of Negroes.
Melancthon’s Emma Holmes is in her second year in the sports and recreation program at Lambton College in Sarnia.
This Alton woodturner’s Spinning Tree Co. pieces are as artful as they are utilitarian.
Gifts and sips for the season.
The Globe’s tea biscuits carry more than a little Rosemont history.
The tea biscuits at The Globe Restaurant are light and flakey with a hint of sweetness.
Local retailer Miyeko Simons is guided by her signature pared-down style at home, especially over the holidays.
Drum roll please: Meet the 25 young people we’re honouring with a 25 Under 25 Award.
Knead to Know: At Four Corners homemade dough is the key to the perfect pizza.
Light pizza dough is at the heart of Four Corners in Caledon East. It’s the base for everything from a simple Marghertia to a decadent dessert pizza.
As this Alton textile artist leans into her quirky, one-of-a-kind designs, Hollywood comes calling.
The line is called One Made Beaver, a reference to the beaver-pelt-backed currency the Hudson’s Bay Company devised to trade with Indigenous peoples.
A passion for restoration has filled this Melville couple’s hearts and spare time for more than two decades.
Local restaurants and beer lovers are embracing a fresh wave of Caledon craft breweries – with inventive recipes and meaningful branding behind their budding reputations.