STORIES BENEATH THE SURFACE

June 27, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> BY Cathy English Sections of British Columbia experienced devastating flooding this year, particularly in the community of Grand Forks. Residents there are beginning the long process of reclaiming and rebuilding

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

CRIMES, THEY ARE A’CHANGING

December 28, 2017 Rev Editor 0

Local RCMP are busy and getting busier. Each year, the detachment receives more and more calls. At the end of 2017, they had 235 files more than the same time last year.With the

Q & A: LIFE IN A SMALL TOWN SEX SHOP

December 20, 2016 Rev Editor 0

RQ—How did Spice O’ Life first get started? DC—In December 1993, I started doing home sale parties, but there were mostly looky-loos, people too embarrassed to buy anything. I had

W.T.H. IS PIRATE’S COVE?

September 1, 2016 Rev Editor 0

Ahoy, matey!—next time sailing the mighty Eagle River, drop yer anchor at this here lagoon west of Revelstoke. Pirate’s Cove is a fine place to visit with your favourite wench

DON’T FEAR THE INNKEEPER

September 1, 2016 Rev Editor 0

  >> BY PETERWORDEN Ever watch the 1997 horror film the Cube? It’s the one where everyone is imprisoned in a gigantic, mechanized cube booby-trapped with flamethrowers and razor wire