author: Dan Needles illustrator: Shelagh Armstrong
This week a man drove in and offered to sell me a large aerial photo of my farm.
Our Must, Must, Must section highlights a broad range of events, festivals, activities and galleries that contribute to the diverse character of the Watershed region.
What’s fall without a pumpkin in our midst. They have become symbols that celebrate the harvest season.
author: Denny Manchee
The lilt in her voice instantly betrays brenda’s roots. “I’m a townie from St. Jawn’s,” she confirms with a chuckle, proud of her Newfoundland heritage, though she hasn’t been back in years.
author: Norm Wagenaar
Are clean water, air and safe foods our right?
Cobourg’s Venture 13 will transform a decaying town building into a hive of creativity Architect Reno Piccini is excited about transforming the tired Building 13 into a sleek, contemporary work space.
author: George Smith illustrator: Lee Rapp
What price peace? On a global level, that is a question best left to the professional pundits and cognoscenti. Far be it from me to presume to add my two cents worth to their scholarly musings.
author: Jeff Bray
Welcome to the local Food & Drink scene where Watershed shares its secrets and discoveries. Our region is blessed with creative chefs, restaurateurs, vintners and purveyors. Watershed’s Food & Drink Scene trumpets their accomplishments and celebrates their innovation.
You have to be a daredevil to ride a bike around Paris, but it’s the best way to see the City of Light. Almost a decade ago, Paris launched a system of bike rentals called “Vélib” that placed thousands of bikes at street corners, parks and national monuments.