THE BARBER OF REVILLE

July 8, 2019 Rev Editor 0

>>PETER WORDEN Frank Romeo sits at his spot at the Last Drop, half working, half keeping it real. The chalkboard on the wall to his right reads: Open Mic Tonight

THE YELLOW ARROW OF LIFE

July 8, 2019 Rev Editor 0

>>Michelle Cole The Camino de Compostela ends in Galicia, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The village of O Cebreiro lies at its height, and it greets pilgrims who enter the autonomous

PADDLIN’ BILL POLLOCK

June 28, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> BY Cassidy Randall When I grow up, I want to be like Bill Pollock. He paddles whitewater on little-known Canadian rivers and guides canoe and cross-country ski trips. Last

CLEAN LIVIN’ CLANCY

December 28, 2017 Rev Editor 0

>> PETER WORDEN To live a long remorseless life is all any of us could ask for. A solid 33,000-or-so days looking after our own wellbeing and others, is what you

GOODBYE, DAVID

November 8, 2017 Rev Editor 0

>> BY  Peter Worden David Rooney was one of the first people I met in Revelstoke. Of course he would be. David was a news man who was on top

LESLIE & LINCOLN

November 2, 2017 Rev Editor 0

BY  Peter Worden Leslie loves words. They help a lot. She has sought inspiration in literature all her life from the Dalai Lama’s teachings to Joan Didion’s Year of Magical

HELEN & HER HORSES

June 28, 2017 Rev Editor 0

>> BY  Peter Worden When it comes to finding the town’s oldest and wisest citizens, Helen Shuttleworth is a natural, if unique case.Wisdom she has, particularly in the equine world,

BADASS GLADYS

December 20, 2016 Rev Editor 0

>> BY  Peter Worden You’re the best ******* cab driver I ever rode with,” exclaimed one of Gladys’ fares. She tells me just the other night driving taxi a girl

DANCING DONNA HANNAH*

September 1, 2016 Rev Editor 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN Climbing atop her woodpile the other day, Donna Hannah says a stranger stopped to remark, “You’re pretty agile for a 50-year-old.” The surefooted 84-year-old still chops,

REVISITING JOHN AUGUSTYN

March 18, 2016 Rev Editor 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