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

The Last Lie — the REAL Story of the Last Spike

December 1, 2015 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN   You probably already know—or think you know—all about the Last Spike. But did’ya know November 7 marked 130 years since it was hammered in at

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.)

Spring-a-dee-dee-dee: Birding Season is Here

March 1, 2015 0

  >> By Giles Shearing Spring 2015, Issue #39   Wipe off those bino lenses. Clean and fill the bird feeder (out of reach of bears). Prep your birding garb.

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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