KNOT GREAT.

June 8, 2016 0

It has been called “the plant that’s eating B.C.” bringing down real estate value and choking out native ecosystems. Thankfully, the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society is on it. Executive

ANSWERS TO YOUR DAM QUESTIONS

June 8, 2016 2

BC HYDRO PUTS YOUR DAM RUMOURS TO REST IN THIS SPECIAL PANIC-QUELLING Q & A. Reved likes to be useful. So, when its editor overheard some bar chatter about the

MEET SNOWSHOE PETE!

March 18, 2016 0

Pete Dixon a.k.a Snowshoe Pete is Revy’s man of a million monikers. He is also Revelstoke’s foremost … and only … snowshoeing guide. Three years ago, he saw an untouched world

REVISITING JOHN AUGUSTYN

March 18, 2016 0

John answers the door and instantly comments on the Spring temperature: “What weather we’re having!”—the mildest, he says he ever remembers here. If you renamed Reved “John Augustyn’s Stories” it

THE KAULBECK’S NEXT ACT

March 18, 2016 0

>> BY JOHN DEVITT For decades, Lyn and Denny Kaulbeck have been synonymous with theatre in Revelstoke. “Some jokingly call it the Lyn and Denny show,” laughs Martin Ralph, current

HOW-TO: RAISE YOUR OWN BACKYARD CHICKENS

March 18, 2016 0

>> BY: ALISON LAPSHINOFF WHAT CAME FIRST: The chicken or the bylaw? Until recently, Revelstoke was rife with rogue chicken farmers; ordinary folks quietly defying local bylaws to furtively produce

Storm Castle Joe’s This Winter

February 7, 2016 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN   “I can only handle so much John Grisham,” laughs Samantha Robert, owner of Castle Joe Books & Art Supplies. She doesn’t need any more damn Grisham;

1 2 3