ONE HELLUVA HOTEL

September 1, 2016 Rev Editor 0

  The 1911 McKinnon Block is getting a major face-lift. Owner Stephen Jenkins shows the view from Revy’s first rooftop patio. PHOTO PETER WORDEN >> BY PETER WORDEN Welcome to the

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,

A BRAVE NEW REVELSTOKE

September 1, 2016 Rev Editor 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN Greg Hoffart has a dirty mind—dirty as in D.I.R.T.T, or “Do It Right The First Time.”  It’s the sort of ‘measure-twice, cut- once’ mentality you want when talking

TRAILER TOWN

September 1, 2016 Rev Editor 0

Roughly one in five homes in Revelstoke is a trailer. Many of them sit on prime land close to downtown. But trailers are caught in a funny neither-nor where as

KNOT GREAT

June 8, 2016 Rev Editor 0

It has been called “the plant that’s eating B.C.” bringing down real estate value and choking out native ecosystems. Thankfully, the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society is on it. Executive

ANSWERS TO YOUR DAM QUESTIONS

June 8, 2016 Rev Editor 2

BC HYDRO PUTS YOUR DAM RUMOURS TO REST IN THIS SPECIAL PANIC-QUELLING Q & A. Reved likes to be useful. So, when its editor overheard some bar chatter about the

The Art of Train Graffiti

February 1, 2016 Rev Editor 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