Danielle Pope

Drive in and back to the ’50s

The Week, May 24: Paul's Motor Inn reopens drive-in, red cedar eaten by poachers

Summer Guide: is this the year to be adventurous?

Free you mind: Monday’s look at the top 10 free things to do in Victoria this summer

The Week, May 17: Heels made for walking

Men parade streets in heels, Victoria has a drinking problem and Avatar Grove gets a new board walk

REVIEW: Handsome Distraction

Handsome Distraction turns up the charm at Lucky bar. Played with Pardon My Striptease and The June Fiasco Saturday, May 12.

Walking a Mile in Her Shoes

Social Crisis: ’We have to create a society that is intolerant of violence’

Dallas Road tree removed despite residents’ pleas

The Week, May 10: Dallas Road loses another tree, while Oak Bay finds itself in hot water

Birth Choice

Midwifery brings old-fashioned medicine into the modern world — and Victoria moms-to-be are embracing it

Dancers strip for prostate awareness

Erotic fundraiser gets ballsy with cancer

Guerrilla herbs turn to art, and prisoners race to their own finish

The Week, May 3: Guerrilla herbs turn to art, prisoners embrace the race, our city for sale?

Hey, turn off the pollution

Light pollution affecting Victoria more than we think, says astronomy group and others, and cruise ships add to the trouble

Let’s name it ‘Protected’

Unprotected “Christy Clark Grove” is the newest discovery for the Ancient Forest Alliance, but will the name save it?

How will you celebrate Earth?

“Earth Walk” will begin on Saturday, April 21, at 11:30 a.m.

From walking to cycling: a quest for West Papua

Jeremy Bally is jumping on the Earth Week bandwagon and inviting others to join him before he pedals across our country for another one

The Real Homebrew

Bio-Diesel: a slick mission

Weed: now legally edible

The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled patients can now legally to eat pot cookies or drink THC tea rather than just smoke the drug

Victoria Tent peddler travels on

The Week: April 12-28 — David Arthur Johnston takes his tenting fame on the road

Foreskin rally calls for ban on infant circumcision

Verbal battle erupts over specialized private clinic

Ahimsa philosophy imparts: ‘Be kind to yourself’

Yoga tenet tells us to have patience and kindness, especially when we are still learning

Old elm on the chop after all

The Week: April 12-18 — Residents’ worst fears confirmed when a public forum alerts neighbours they may lose a favoured city tree

Shark fins, oil and pot: oh my

Central Saanich Council garnering a name as local naysayer, but the newest motion could turn it all around — NEWS BRIEFS