TIP-TOP TAP

June 25, 2018 Rev Editor 0

    “It has a clear and crisp nose. Then I would say a round wetness in the mouth with a fresh finish.” —Marie Blanchete, Wosley Creek (H₂0 sommelier) “It’s

Photo courtesy of Arrow Lakes Historical Society, Nakusp

CROSSING PATHS

June 25, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> WRITTEN BY Laura Stovel with EDITING BY Leslie Davidson It was noon on a perfect early-autumn day. Baptiste felt the sun warm on his back. He drew on his

DEATH ON-AIR

April 20, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> Peter Worden There simply can’t be an issue about DEATHHH without a bit of death metal. The hosts of Stoke FM’s Monday Mayhem — Lerritt Robinson, Matt Gawler and

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10 MUST-DO’S BEFORE YOU DIE

April 20, 2018 Rev Editor 0

  HERE COME THE WATER WORKS!  —  Watching the dam spillway in action is a sight to behold. BC Hydro frequently releases water to maintain a minimum flow of 5,000

FATE & THE INCOMAPPLEUX

April 20, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> Louise Stanway Death doesn’t discriminate —sometimes shit just happens. This is what I tell myself, anyway, as I contemplate the events late last summer deep in the Incomappleux Valley.

MASSAGING FOR LIFE

April 16, 2018 Rev Editor 0

SO, CAN MASSAGE SAVE LIVES? “Hell ya,” laughs local Beth Purser, who practices massage full-time out of the Best Western Plus Hotel. “Perhaps it’s more accurate to say that regular

THE “S-WORD”

April 16, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> STACIE BYRNE Before I talk about suicide, I want to mention another life-ending s-word: silence Winter is full of silence. No birds chirping. No bees buzzing. No sounds of children

MM, CAKE AND MORTALITY

April 16, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> PETER WORDEN How does one approach the hard topic of death? Easy. Start with cake… Death cafés are a thing now. The idea is simple. It only has two