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Sewing my way through COVID-19

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My sewing machine stayed in its box for about a decade until COVID-19 hit our region. In my 20s, I sewed and knit a lot, but over the years, I grew busier and my hobbies fell by the wayside. As the pandemic heralded a slower life closer to home, my old pastimes began to call.… Read More»

Waves of nostalgia

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How a new cottage reconnects the Sobey family legacy at Nova Scotia’s Chance Harbour Beach

The ties that bind

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Halifax artist Erin Hodge reveals in her latest painting what it feels to be Nova Scotian right now

Tune up your bike for summer

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It’s finally time to get back on your bike after winter’s long freeze. Before you do, there are a few simple tasks that will make your ride road ready. We asked several local bike shops which maintenance you can preform at home and when to take it to an expert. Start with a clean slate… Read More»

The wheel keeps turning

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From B.C. to Scotland to Japan, New Brunswick potter
Rachel Morouney shares her artistic journey

True terroir

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Atlantic producers put local spins on the world’s oldest beverage

Crab apple jelly

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Makes about 10 or 11 250-ml portions, for less adjust the apples to sugar ratio accordingly. For every cup of juice, you will need roughly ¾ cups of sugar.