King of wines, wine of Kings

No, I didn’t make it up, that title is taken straight from Barolo marketing hype.

Global storytelling Jamaican style

Storytelling has been in Annette Pateman’s family for generations. In fact, you could say it’s in her blood.

Muscle memory

The change of seasons has appeared in its usual way in our city. One day it is cold and rainy and the next day it’s summer in all its glory.

Surfing into the Canadian music scene

The hit song ‘Two Heads’ by Thunder Bay’s Coleman Hell always manages to catch my attention with it’s opening line, ‘There must be something in the water’.

Larry Bockus - farming with one foot in the past

Larry Bockus believes that it’s always better to keep one foot in the past whenever you move forward into the future.

A new start and a promise to her parents to do the uncommon

When Komal Vijah Shah discovered she’d been accepted into the Health Informatics program at Confederation College here in Thunder Bay, she packed all her belongings, said good-bye to her mother and

A prince and two queens

It’s been quite a year for the Royal Family of Great Britain, with already more than the usual pomp, ceremony and requisite scandal.

The East End - where it all began

When we think back to the origins of Thunder Bay, what first comes to mind are visions of the annual Great Rendezvous where buckskin-clad voyageurs arrived at Fort William paddling their canoes lad

In the mail...

When was the last time you got a letter? For me, it’s been a long time.

Our proud Summer Olympic and Paralympic history

Around this same time last year, I was penning an article about the impact of world events on sport.

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