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Autumn 2015

Volume 22 Number 3

Ash is abundant in our towns and villages. It hugs roadsides and is a common tree in most Headwaters woodlands. Photo by Don Scallen.

The Beautiful and Damned – Dying Trees

Sep 11, 2015 | Don Scallen | Autumn 2015

Ash is doomed. Beech and butternut hover on the brink.

This Broadway streetscape was painted by Orangeville artist Alex Lennox. A few storefronts have been updated for this publication. The original triptych measures 8½ feet long and 16 inches high, and took the artist 450 hours to complete. It is currently exhibited for sale at Dragonfly Arts on Broadway.

Broadway Revival

Sep 11, 2015 | Tralee Pearce | Back Issues

How downtown Orangeville rediscovered its groove

When you look across Doug Cox’s farm from the corner of Mono Centre Road and 5th Line, all you see are gently rolling green fields, not the two gullies hiding in the back corner of the property. Photo by Pete Paterson.

How ‘Clean Fill’ Became a Dirty Word

Sep 11, 2015 | Tim Shuff | Back Issues

With a proposal to flatten his farm fields, a Mono farmer stepped squarely into the centre an environmental hornets’ nest.

Christian Horner known for his black pickup truck with the company logo emblazoned on the side: Fire in the Kitchen Spice Company. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Fire in the Kitchen

Sep 11, 2015 | Tony Reynolds | Back Issues

Here’s the Rub! Firefighter Christian Horner is spicing up menus in the hills and beyond.

At 30 years old, Maurice joined the federal fire department on CFB Borden in Angus for the good work and steady money it offered. Portrait by Peter Mitchell.

An excerpt from The Village and I: Ten Life Stories

Sep 11, 2015 | Kristi Green | Back Issues

At 30 years old, Maurice joined the federal fire department on CFB Borden in Angus for the good work and steady money it offered. Portrait by Peter Mitchell.

Gail Prussky and Satchmo in her Mono studio. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Gail Prussky How not to be a Serial Killer

Sep 11, 2015 | Jeff Rollings | Back Issues

The unhinged imagination of Gail Prussky

Adam Thompson and Jenee Gowing rehearse a scene from Out of the Box with cast and staff. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Expressive Arts at Community Living Dufferin

Sep 11, 2015 | Tony Reynolds | Back Issues

At Community Living Dufferin, the arts open up exciting new ways of communicating – and strutting their stuff to the world.

Emilia Perri ~ Earth Exploration acrylic on canvas 48 x 48"

Autumn Palette: Headwaters Arts Festival 2015

Sep 11, 2015 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

Featuring the work of 39 of the region’s finest artists, the show acts as a kind of headquarters for the many art tours, open studios, and other arts events.

Ash Tree in the fall

Ars longa

Sep 11, 2015 | Signe Ball | Autumn 2015

A large part of this fall issue, as is our tradition, is devoted to a celebration of the arts.

Letters – Our readers write: Autumn 2015

Sep 11, 2015 | Our Readers | Autumn 2015

Letters published in the Autumn 2015 edition of In The Hills magazine.

John Adams

Sep 11, 2015 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

John Adams has been intrigued by ways of translating the world through art.

Our favourite picks for Autumn 2015

Sep 11, 2015 | In The Hills | Autumn 2015

Must fiddle, listen to opera, tour on a bike or bus and look at maps.

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