THOSE IN THE “techie” generation tend to make “giving up” resolutions—spend less time on Facebook, socialize more in real life rather than online, watch less reality TV, and text people less.
Ah, winter. Gardeners tend to regard this season with a mixture of relief, horror, and anticipation. The relief stems from the fact that now we have time to catch up on our reading and the other activities that we may have neglected during the gardening season....Read more
From the arrival and departure of Acadia University students, to the tending of grapevines, the migration of shorebirds, and the ebb and flow of the world’s highest tides, there’s a rhythm to Wolfville, Nova Scotia that’s hard to resist. Add to that a fertile valley flanked...Read more
A pediatric intensive care doctor, Jennifer recently moved back home to Halifax from Ontario. This past winter she was on maternity leave. “We were getting a lot of snow so I spent a lot of time indoors. With two small children, I needed to make things...Read more
ON A PAGE headed “1835,” the register reads: “2nd March baptized Andrew, 2 weeks old, child of James and Mary Brown.” The sponsors are listed as “William Jones and Anne Smith.”