The foggy hills of Piedmont

Piedmont – Piemonte in Italian, Piémont in French – means ‘foot of the mountain’.

The "spring" in my step

I love this play on words considering that Spring is right around the corner. Or will be by the time you read this. Right now it is more like - 30 and I don’t want to know what the wind chill is.

Celebrating cultures, one recipe at a time

This season’s Round Table recipe brings us to the Caribbean island of Aruba, where Astaria Croes learned how to cook Pastechi from her Godmother’s mother, Julia Werleman Vrolijk.

A Superior brand of sunshine

The regional airwaves just won’t be the same without the musical modulation and lyrical laughter of Lisa Laco.

Mindful Makers Collective

While food and drink are the sustenance for our body, art is what sustains the soul and the heart.

Glen Darlow: Man's best friend's best friend

If you have a rescue dog, chances are you’ve heard of Glen Darlow.

The making of Mariday Park

John James (JJ) Carrick (September 17, 1873 – May 11, 1966) was born and raised in Terre Haute, Indiana and educated at the University of Toronto. On December 20, 1899, he married Mary Day.

Tugboats of the Lakehead

Since the later-half of the 1800’s tugboats have been a regular sight on the waterfront.

Goods & Co. Market

Thunder Bay has been buzzing ever since the announcement last fall that the historic Eaton’s Building would reopen as an urban market.

Stanley Hill Bisons

2,000 lbs of shaggy-maned, hump-shouldered, curved-horned muscle greets us in the middle of the snowy road. His name is Ferdinand.

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