THE VIEW FROM HERE: Sensational summer on the South Shore
THE MOM SCENE: The high price of nostalgia
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Doing what you’re told
EAST COAST MOMMY: Party planning on a budget
RECYCLED LOVE: Choose trainers carefully for pets
THE VIEW FROM HERE: Making my list of peeves and checking it twice
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: My stupid pot
THE VIEW FROM HERE: What’s up with that?
LEGAL BRIEFS: The grey divorce: What to keep in mind when selling the ...
South Shore Breaker
Nova Scotia fall colours featured in hike series
The Cemetery Club a long-time crowd favourite
Nova Scotia artist captures subtle detail in wildlife portraits
KEVIN DOREY: How to turn your needs into goals
CAROLYN'S CORNER: Helping kids participate in sport, recreation and cultural activities
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Fall grilling featuring local produce
Home comfort: Create the ultimate fan cave
The countdown to the next NBA and NHL seasons is underway – the NFL got rolling last week – and you’re eager to see your favourite teams back in action. But if you haven’t yet carved out a space to watch the games or still ...
What's up in new homes: elevators on the rise
It’s common knowledge that investing in kitchen and bathroom fittings and fixtures sits at the top of the list when it comes to resale value. But here’s one you might not have thought of. “We seeing a lot of growth in home ...
Autumn a good time to invest in a wheelbarrow
Have you considered how useful wheelbarrows are? If there’s one tool that’ll help you around the yard and garden more than any other, a wheelbarrow is it. The thing is, if you just buy a wheelbarrow at random based on how it looks at ...
JILL ELLSWORTH: Back to School
I may not have gone back to school shopping, or stuffed a backpack with new school supplies, but this September I became a student again. After checking bachelor’s degrees in English and journalism off the list and settling into my ...
Toronto Rock & Roll Revival took the sting out of missing Woodstock for Newfoundland man
By Don Nichol Special to The Telegram One of the oft-quoted paradoxes in rock history: if you can remember Woodstock, you weren’t there. Perhaps because the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival was a one-day festival with less ...
LESLEY CREWE: The dance you dance when you have a sick friend
We’ve all been there. I get a call from the daughter of a dear friend. “Hi sweetheart!” I sing. “What a lovely surprise. What nonsense are you up to today, and can I come ...
ANTHONY GISMONDI: Expert tips to build a home wine cellar
By Anthony Gismondi Is the wine cellar dead? The simple answer is yes for all but the most fortunate who have the room to store a few hundred bottles where they live. For the city dweller, space is an issue, especially if you live in a ...
Montrealer Meredith Erickson gives cookbook genre an altitude adjustment
By Joanna Fox Meredith Erickson had only been to the Alps a couple of times, but there was something about the beauty, the magnitude and the magic of this vast, mountainous and often remote place that drew her in. While she was there, the ...
Cadet experience helps Shelburne teen chart future course
By KATHY JOHNSON SALTWIRE NETWORK For the first time since 2012, Gunning Cove teen Travis Nickerson won’t be signing up with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps (RCSSC) 180 Saxon this September. After seven years in the Corps he has aged out ...
AMONG FRIENDS: Creating crazy critters
Frank’s Crazy Critters are real proof that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A bucket of rusty bolts, a worn out saw blade or an old garden rake is enough to spur Frank Parsonage’s creativity. He flinches a ...