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

OLD BUILDING, NEW GROOVE

May 9, 2019 Rev Editor 0

Mountain View School could have slowly deteriorated. The iconic 1914 building, which many locals at some point passed through as students, sat vacant from 2012 until recently. QUICK HISTORY LESSON

HAUNTED POWDER

October 5, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> BRENNAN STORR For years, Revelstoke has enjoyed a reputation as a premiere ski destination. But, those in the know (paranormally-speaking) find it famous for different reasons. I’d like to

DON’T FEAR THE INNKEEPER

October 5, 2018 Rev Editor 0

It’s 7 a.m. at the Holten Heritage House Bed & Breakfast. Co-manager Kathleen Bailey, having already attended to the bed portion of the business, now leaves it to husband and

ET & ME

October 5, 2018 Rev Editor 0

 PETER WORDEN “Come in, come in,” says Dan Berg. “Close the door.” So I do. He’s on about something. Just back from a trip to Mount Shasta for a UFO

WILD GOOSE CHASE

June 28, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> MICHELLE COLE Nestled between jagged mountain ranges in the heart of the Sinixt territory, lies a crescent-shaped body of water. THE DEEP LAKE The local myth is that Slocan Lake

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

INDUSTRIAL WASTE: A LOVE STORY

June 28, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN Charise Folnovic has been collecting trash by the riverside. She first noticed broken glass in the rocks while walking her dog. Not wanting Maddie to cut