A Puzzling Conclusion: Spring 2022Mar 29, 2022 | | Puzzles
The Inglewood fence, the answer is in the letters and rhyming outside the box.
The Year in Books: 2021Nov 29, 2021 |
From mysteries to memoirs, our annual review of new books by local authors and illustrators has you covered for gifts for others – and yourself.
The Saw-WhetNov 29, 2021 |
From his new book Butterfly Beautifly Beautiful, a poem by Inglewood poet Paul Leet Aird about a remarkable encounter with a migrating owl.
The Year in Music: 2021Nov 29, 2021 |
Our annual review of recordings by local musicians taps into a collaborative music scene that has stayed busy despite a pandemic keeping many apart.
Winter ContributorsNov 29, 2021 | | Contributors
Introducing three of the creative people – Tracey Fockler, Scott Bruyea and Tony Reynolds – behind the winter issue.
Krystle MooreNov 29, 2021 | | Artist in Residence
“Moody skies are one of my favourites. There’s so much going on, so much color.”
Field Notes for Winter 2021Nov 29, 2021 | | Field Notes
Where to shop, craft, donate this season.
Like Manna from HeavenNov 29, 2021 | | Fence Posts
There is a lot of waiting around with mushrooms, just like there is in the military or the theatre or government roadwork.
Meet the Maker: Elizabeth BryanNov 29, 2021 | | Made in the Hills
This Orangeville weaver expanded her repertoire by making an outdoor sport of dyeing silk scarves in the snow.
Local Buys: Winter 2021Nov 29, 2021 | | Made in the Hills
Cozy knits, chic home upgrades and handcrafted kid presents.
No Strings AttachedNov 29, 2021 |
Jane Ohland Cameron’s colourful Muppet-like puppets set loose the creative imagination of kids and adults with developmental disabilities.
Ancestral FootstepsSep 24, 2021 |
Michelle Grierson’s compelling first novel is a fluid mix of myth, magic and the power of “blood memory.”