Inspiration is the key to getting started I’ve got to admit, I wasn’t an early believer in the fairy garden trend, but it is winning me over. In the last couple of years, I’ve grown to see the value of this whimsy. Watching parents and children or often grandparents and … [Read more...] about Fantastic Fairy Gardens
Archives for May 2016
A local company is taking flight with the soaring popularity of drones.
Colin Filliter and Blair Hunter are partners in SuavAir, an aerial photography and videography venture that uses drones to capture professional imagery from new heights.
Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles … [Read more...] about The skies are wide open
to drone technology
A couple of summers ago now, I walked off the ferry in Quathiaski Cove and looked around for someone holding a “MIKE DAVIES” sign, because my ride was supposed to be meeting me, and I’m a pretty big deal, right?
You always see a few of these people in the airport – at least in … [Read more...] about Quadra Golf…
Well worth taking
the ferry across for
Sylvia McGourlick doesn’t have a sign up in front of her pottery studio. She doesn’t advertise her work in newspapers, or pump her products on various Facebook pages, or try to get into art brochures and leaflets at galleries and shows. She doesn’t even have a website. It’s … [Read more...] about Local potter Sylvia McGourlick and her potter’s wheel work when they want to
High school teacher Tylere Couture took an interesting path to the classroom
“This is Scribbles,” says the excited, energetic young teacher excitedly showing off a machine of some kind, seemingly built with bits of wood, with a spool of yellow plastic wire perched on the top and … [Read more...] about Lasers, peacebuilding, computers, philosophy
and social justice