Helpful hints and tips for any cook

This season’s Bayview Magazine recipe is taking on a different twist.

Spring in my stretch

Most recently I reengaged in yoga classes. I had taken yoga a few times over the years. Back then, as I was holding a position, my mind would go to an image of what I must look like from above.

The baker & her professor

Rose Valigrosky celebrated her 93rd birthday on June 1st, the month designated as Seniors Month.

Gone to the dogs

There’s a lot more to dog showing than meets the eye.

From bingo-dabber to hockey sticks

Angie Jason is an Anishinaabe artist from Sheshegwaning First Nation currently living in Thunder Bay and has been making art ever since she could hold a pencil. In fact, even before that.

Foraging in a Boreal Forest

“The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” – Ralph Waldo Emmerson

Runner Natalie Lehto

I had a chance to chat with Natalie Lehto, marathon runner, fitness and lifestyle coach, and author of “Like the Glide of a Dragonfly”, a book about psychological trauma and healing written after

Everything old is new

Planes, trains and automobiles. Oh yes, don’t forget streetcars, icebreakers and Hawker Hurricanes.

Fort William Country Club 100th Anniversary

It was one hundred years ago this summer that a headline in the August 21st, 1923 edition of the Daily Times-Journal announced that Fort William was to have its own Golf and Country Club.

He's got it covered!

The word ‘upholstery’ comes from the Middle English word ‘upholder,’ and refers to an artisan who held up, (or upheld) the tapestries on castle walls in Europe.


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