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;

W.T.H. is a Wayzgoose?

February 5, 2016 0

>>PETER WORDEN SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE: WESTPORT, N.S. / NANTON, AB / VANCOUVER / REVELSTOKE Revelstoke, Nanton and Tiverton don’t have a lot in common, only that they are each three small Canadian towns, loosely

How To Forecast Avalanches

February 5, 2016 0

>>BY PETER WORDEN   Avalanche Canada is a pretty big operation. If forecasting manager Karl Klassen taught me anything about predicting and preventing avalanche disasters, it’s this: it’s really hard to

Winter “Honey, Watch the Road” Tips

February 5, 2016 0

>> BY IMOGEN WHALE There isn’t just one treacherous spot on Highway between Golden and Revelstoke. “It’s a crap shoot,” explains Const. Just of the Revelstoke RCMP. “It’s anywhere with

The Art of Train Graffiti

February 1, 2016 0

  >> BY  COLIN TITSWORTH The canvas is 55 x 13 feet, double-sided and 152 cars long. They screech, clunk, and rumble their way through town begging for attention. Rail

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