Monthly Archives: April 2011

Easter’s Dance of Death

This article first appeared in the Prince Arthur Herald on April 22, 2011. When Easter arrives this weekend, people around the world will celebrate the holiday. In North America, Easter is associated with bunnies, chocolate eggs, and the crucifixion and … Continue reading

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Travel | Williams Lake: Rough it Cheap

Image Courtesy of Albert Normadin, Tourism BC This article first appeared in the Ubyssey on April 10, 2011. While the Okanagan has been overrun with tourists in the past decade, the Cariboo-Chilcotin region of the province continues to grow in … Continue reading

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Travel | Beaches, Wine and Hiking in Summerland

Image Courtesy of Kait Bolongaro This article first appeared by the Ubyssey on April 10, 2011. British Columbia’s interior is riddled with small towns that are far from many tourists’ travel radar. Think blue lakes, rolling mountains and kilometres of … Continue reading

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Ohanami-Or Celebrating Spring with Cherry Blossoms

Image courtesy of Kait Bolongaro This article first appeared in the Prince Arthur Herald on April 13, 2011. Every year, thousands of cherry blossom trees bloom in Vancouver to signal the coming spring, and according to the blossoms, spring has … Continue reading

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Urban Honey: Vancouver’s Cottage Industry

Image Courtesy of thegrassrootsweddingfair.wordpress.com This article first appeared in the Ubyssey on April 10, 2011. While wildflowers are found in nooks and crannies throughout Vancouver, few people would think of them as a potential source of income. However, flowers—whether urban … Continue reading

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The Art of Burlesque

This article first appeared on April 6, 2011 in the Prince Arthur Herald. Although burlesque is often associated with female nudity and liquor, in the 21st century burlesque is reinventing itself in a new light. Over the past several years, … Continue reading

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