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Fine Fiddling and Flying Footwork

Mar 23, 2008 | Michele Green

Step Dancing In Headwaters Has Two Local Heroes

Yesterday’s Superstore: A Tribute to the Old General Store

Mar 23, 2008 | Ken Weber | Heritage

In the Waldemar store, pop was five cents in the 1940s (seven cents if you took it outside, but there was a two-cent bottle return).

Two Little Railways Made North American History

Mar 23, 2008 | Tony Reynolds | Heritage

The Toronto Grey & Bruce and the Toronto & Nipissing Railways were the first of their kind on the continent.

Field of Schemes

Mar 23, 2008 | Jeff Rollings

There’s a population boom coming to Headwaters. Where will all the people go and what will it mean for our countryside?

Enough of Zoomburb

Mar 23, 2008 | Signe Ball

When I moved to Caledon from Toronto in 1974, feeling all starry-eyed and back-to-the-landish, as befitted the mood of the times, the population of the newly minted “town” was just…

Letters – Our readers write: Spring 2008

Mar 23, 2008 | In The Hills | Departments | Letters, Our Readers Write | Spring 2008

Letters published in the SPRING 2008 edition of In The Hills magazine.

Bursting bubbles, boosterisms and commoner sense

Mar 23, 2008 | Douglas G. Pearce | Countryside Digest | Departments | Environment | Spring 2008

Boost “Deficit spending is already beyond belief, and the country is hugely indebted, as are households. The housing bubble has already burst. The Federal Reserve has made clear it will…

Jim Reid

Mar 23, 2008 | Signe Ball

The painting sites I choose are places I have revisited since childhood, and so they are also saturated with personal memory.

Eastern Meadowlark

Mar 23, 2008 | Linda McLaren | Departments | Environment | Headwaters Sketchbook | Spring 2008

Eastern Meadowlarks decline 24% in 20 years.

The Party that Grew: Drummers’ Snack

Mar 23, 2008 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

“We did not see a drunken man on the grounds,” observed the Advocate (although the paper did wonder who rang the park bell at 6 a.m. on Saturday morning).

All Abuzz about Honey: Hockley Valley Honey Farm

Mar 23, 2008 | Nicola Ross | Homegrown in the Hills

Dan Garyfalakis surprised his wife Nina with their first pair of beehives as a gift.

Time to buff the barbecue

Mar 23, 2008 | Sandra Cranston-Corradini | Departments | Food | Spring 2008 | The Country Cook

We recommend grilling red snapper, which is the most popular of the 250 or so varieties of snapper.

In The Hills

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