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Wine festival still survives

Event tied to Playhouse outlives theatre

Inner Peace Movement hosts March 20 seminar

Community members are invited to learn to trust their intuition at two upcoming presentations by representatives of the Inner Peace Movement of Canada in North Vancouver March 20.

Walk your dog, it really isn't a chore

I've always thought that one of the perks of being a dog owner is being able to go for walks with my dogs every day. But not everyone shares that sentiment.

Mobile spa brings treatments to you

THOSE seeking the ultimate Hollywood-style spa treatment and experience will no longer need to travel very far.

Spring calls for layered colour

DEAR MATTIE: What are the fashion colours for spring? Bored in Blueridge DEAR BLUERIDGE: The fashion colours for spring are interesting this season. There is a strong sense of colour that is neither bright nor bold.
A new brand of Hyundai

A new brand of Hyundai

Pruners preferred for roses

TIME to prune your roses with a hedge shear? This unbelievable act of gratuitous garden horror was shown to me last year during a visit to a friend's garden during rose pruning week.

Pho adds flavour to lunch

HERE at the News, we were dejected when we learned Maggie's Deli on 14th Street would be closing.

New iPad not so 'new'

AFTER all the hype, after all the excitement, after all the rumours, the mystery about the iPad3 is finally solved. The big news: it's not the iPad3 it's the "New iPad.

Food calendar

Dunn's Poutine Festival will run until March 21 at Dunn's Famous restaurant and delicatessen, 827 Seymour St., Vancouver. There will be six types of poutine to choose from and three types of gravy. Info: 604-682-8938 or www. dunnsfamousbc.com.