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Plan for a safe night of Halloween fun

IT'S the time of year for us to let our children head outside in the evening and go up and down the block, knocking on doors. Sounds strange, but that's Halloween. I am in the mood. Last week I was on holidays and found myself in Salem, Mass.

Recreation for all: starting a new trend

It all started with one staff member at Harry Jerome rec centre who spoke Farsi.

Truffles take centre stage

HERE'S a tip: go check out West Vancouver's new Truffle House Café. Here's another: don't do it on Sunday at lunchtime.
Garden one of the best in the West

Garden one of the best in the West

RECENTLY I went on a journey into a world of exotic Asian plants growing right here in Vancouver.

Open book

Authors in our Community Series: Harold Rosen, author of Founders of Faith: The Parallel Lives of God's Messengers will give a talk entitled "If There is Only One God; Why are There so Many Religions? Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7: 30-9 p.m.

Are you looking for resources and information to help you settle into life on the North Shore?

Try your local library

Grads can enter video challenge

TEENS who are interested in discussing the dangers of impaired driving in a creative platform can enter British Columbia Automobile Association's second annual Dry Grad Video Challenge, open until Nov. 14.

Get a handle on well-priced Greek wines

IS it really "all Greek to you?" Here's a thought.

Food calendar

Fall Flavour Fete: A special three-course prix fixe menu for $49 that highlights traditional autumn ingredients will be available at Bistro Pastis, 2153 West Fourth Ave., Vancouver. Wild game will take centre stage until Oct.

Feet first

NV reflexologist launches month-long fundraiser
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