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Features - Winter 2014 

 

Hometown Heroes

authors: Janet Davies & Paul Dalby

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YOU KNOW THE way some people light up a room? Peta Hall does that. Recently she lit up the hillside overlooking Picton Harbour when she painted her house bright yellow. “They tell me people across the bay have noticed,” she says with an innocent look that doesn’t fool me a bit. There’s nothing accidental about Peta. She is fearless and tireless, and I used to wonder, if I didn’t have a TV, like her, would I accomplish as much? The answer is clearly no. She’s one-of-a-kind.

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Twelve Days Before Christmas

author: Watershed Magazine

Watershed Magazine 12 days thumb4 184x184WHAT IS CHRISTMAS without a little whimsy? Artist, illustrator and savant Lee Rapp captures and illustrates the magic and madness of the twelve days before Christmas that dance in her imagination. The result? A series of images that translate into the universal language of the season. Merry Christmas!

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Catastrophe or Opportunity?

author: Denny Manchee

Watersehd Magazine Cat or Opp thumb 184x184CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST its former director have put the Art Gallery of Northumberland in debt and in the spotlight. The current board is hell-bent on recovery, but given the gallery’s many challenges, maybe it’s time to reframe the conversation.

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Skating on Thin Ice

author: Tom Cruickshank

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IN 1958, FLOYD CRAWFORD led the upstart Belleville McFarland’s to the Allan Cup, which to this day remains the top prize in Canadian amateur hockey. Without missing a beat, the team proved themselves unstoppable and went on to the 1959 world championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Despite the fatigue wrought by an exhausting exhibition series just prior to the big event, the McFarland’s won the series handily. Across Canada, sports pages were filled with the news that an unknown team made of players from all corners of the country had made...

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First Words

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John De La Cour was on the masthead of the first issue of Watershed but we were friends long before I started publishing the magazine. In the early ’90s, John acted as my campaign manager when I ran for council... read more

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IT CAME FROM WARKWORTH
I read with great interest the article in a recent issue of Watershed that told the story of the Black Fly, an innovative and exciting electric airplane that was developed in Northumberland County…

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SUMMER CAMPS

summer camp section

Watershed is compiling a list of
Summer Camps to occupy your art-obsessed,
STEM-enthusiast, burgeoning thespian or
jack-or-jill-of-all-trades this summer.

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shelby lisk

shelby liskA freelance photographer, videographer and writer from Kenhté: ke…

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sasha sefter

An award-winning photographer based in Southern Ontario, Sasha is a recent graduate of the photojournalism…

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christopher cameronWith a new career as a freelance writer and editor, Christopher channels the dedication and discipline…