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A Dream Car Finds Its Dreamer
Imagine finding the car you loved as a teen parked in your driveway 25 years later
A Pivotal Point
From early settlement and quaint village to prosperous town and city, Pointe Claire is rich in Canadian history
CREATIVITY DURING COVID
How I ‘brought a young girl to life’ during quarantine
Having the opportunity to photograph local wildlife is a gift
A Pinch of Slowness
Taking the time to enjoy the process is a great recipe for bread—and life
Exploring the complex history and amazing culture of Acadians in Louisiana
Distanced But Not Alone
Last summer’s ‘Fun Day’ at Otter Lake became a message of hope
HIKING THE HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS
Admiring sculptures, Inuksuks and a view of the falls is all part of the allure of this area
Discovering a hobby you’re passionate about keeps you young!
Welcome to St. Martins
Jane LeBlanc takes us on a tour of her adopted hometown—this charming New Brunswick village on the beautiful Bay of Fundy
I SPY…MIX AND MATCH ARPEGGIOS
Hey there, bass players! We’ve recently dedicated two columns to arpeggios, and for good reason. Whether you’re creating a groove or walking through changes, we do our jobs better by gracefully outlining the notes of the chord and clearly defining the harmony.
If You Can't Join ‘Em… Stream ‘Em
This fall, Ricky Gervais was living his best lockdown life. Hollywood was on pause, but the actor and comedian kept in full stride. Binging fans had made his Netflix series After Life the most watched British comedy for the second year in a row while he stayed home writing a third season.
RAPTORAZOR IS LIGHT, SHARP AND AGILE
THE IDEAL SOLUTION FOR PROCESSING GAME AND FISH QUICKLY AND EASILY
WAX CONTINUE TO HEAT THINGS UP
BY MOST people’s reckoning, Wax (not be confused with the Andrew Gold/Graham Gouldman group of the same name) could be considered a decidedly obscure ensemble, having little to show for their three years of activity, from 1969 to 1971. Yet given the talent they nurtured early on, that claim could be considered overstated.
GOOGLE MUSCLES UP WITH FITBIT DEAL AMID ANTITRUST CONCERNS
Google has completed its $2.1 billion acquisition of fitness-gadget maker Fitbit, a deal that could help the internet company grow even stronger while U.S. government regulators pursue an antitrust case aimed at undermining its power.
ASK OLD HOUSE JOURNAL
ASK OLD HOUSE JOURNAL
BETWEEN Stimulus & Response
In this excerpt from an interview done in August 2016, DR. JAMES DOTY is interviewed by JOHN MALKIN about the science of meditation, the evolutionary advantage of compassion, aspects of human behavior that relate to compassion and collective social issues, and his cherished memories of the remarkable woman who gave him a helping hand up when he was a boy.
The road to successful change is lined with trade-offs
Rather than trying to convince people your change initiative is the right one, invite them to talk openly about what it might take to implement it: the good, the bad, and the frustrating.
This Tiger Musky Is My King
Many muskies over my lifetime have made for some great memories, but one catch that stands above the rest started with a successful release that happened back in 2003. As it turned out, this special tiger musky visited my boat several times from 2003-2006.
Despite Rough Start, Secret Gardens Winery Going Strong