Entrepreneurs and Espionage: A Story of Newfoundland Bread

By Chad Bennett There are few things in life more satisfying than a thick slice of Newfoundland bread still warm from the oven and richly dressed in butter and molasses. But the history of Newfoundland bread is richer still. Found within each golden three-bun loaf and each ship’s hard tack is a story of innovation,…

Spring Planting Guide for Hardy Vegetables

By Kim Thistle One of the most confusing things for new vegetable gardeners is deciding when to plant.   There’s all sorts of information available on the internet and in books and magazines on how to plant, and that advice holds true no matter where you live. The tricky thing is knowing when to plant. The…

From Drama to Dreamy: Bedroom Makeover

By Interior Designer Sara Kirby I’m not afraid to take design risks. I’m also not afraid to admit when that risk has run its course. In 2009, I was adamant that our master bedroom needed to be cloaked, wall-to-wall, in damask wallpaper. I did the installation myself, my first foray into wallpaper hanging. I was…