How To Win at Winter in Revelstoke

December 1, 2015 0

>> BY JOHN DEVITT 1. Try something new. Give in to experiences that force you out of the comfort zone. All the gear shops are full of staff who can

Motha Trucka: The Epic Life of Thea Gray

September 1, 2015 0

>> By Peter Worden // Fall 2015   If you were once soaking in a hot tub and got sprayed by a snowplow that was (probably) Thea Gray. (She’s really very sorry.)

Melting Beauty

December 1, 2014 0

>> By Alison Lapshinoff Winter 2014, Issue #39   The 300-pound block was slick, cold. It had no handholds. A man in heavy gloves heaved its bulk toward the emerging

Welcome to Revel-Stoc

December 1, 2014 0

  >>By Rory Luxmoore Winter 2014, Issue #39   What is in a name? Well, a lot, actually. Take ‘Revetstoke’ for examiple. Few towns can boast having such a dynamic

Bro-mance Is In The Air

March 1, 2014 0

>> By Giles Shearing Spring 2014, Issue #36 Can strong male friendships be saved with a bit of bromance? As modem research suggests, male friendships throughout North America are in

Hidden Gems

September 1, 2012 0

  >> By John Devitt Fall 2012, Issue 30 Tucked away in a corner of the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre, Dana Cloghesy’s Vivid Designs, is quiet and unassuming. However, the jewellery

The Grow Op Next Door

June 1, 2012 0

>>By John Devitt Summer 2012, Issue #29   The pickup truck I ride in winds its way through suburbia in Salmon Arm. The crew and I are on our way

From Revy to Thailand, at 17

December 1, 2009 0

>> By Alison Lapshinoff Winter 2009, Issue #19 “Do not get between an exchange student and her sticky rice,” Michelle Stoochnow-Bouchard declares with conviction. But hold the red ant eggs,

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