May 24th On My Mind

By Gord Follett A tent, sleeping bag, plenty of beer and a few good friends. As young men in our late-teens and early-20s, that’s all we required for the makings of a fun-filled May 24th weekend. Oh, and some grub. Can’t forget the grub. Couple loaves of Mom’s homemade bread for toast in the mornings…

Why Do Bagels Have Holes?

By Linda Browne There’s no better way to start your morning than with a piping hot cup of coffee or tea and a freshly baked bagel. They’re chewy and delicious, and accompanied by a pat of butter or margarine, the “yum” factor rises even higher. If it weren’t for that pesky hole in the middle,…

At Home on the Farm

By Nicola Ryan  A farmer’s work is never done, and no one knows it better than Krista Chatman. Krista’s the owner and operator of Three Mile Ridge Farm in Lethbridge, NL. With a blend of traditional intuition and modern savvy, she’s transformed this once dormant farm into a bustling social enterprise. “It’s what I know….

The Friendly Giant’s Harp in Newfoundland

By Dennis Flynn You know how in life one thing often leads to another? Well, a fat tire bike ride with friends earlier this year led to my introduction to a very interesting classical musician and her connection to, arguably, the most famous harps in all of Canadian television history. Breaking out from the former…