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Eat Well for a Good Cause

Eat Well for a Good Cause

AIDS Vancouver Island launches Dining Out for Life fundraiser
A Mmm-marriage of Spice

A Mmm-marriage of Spice

India Curry House is wheat free by design
All About Community

All About Community

You'll do well at The Well
In Our Backyard

In Our Backyard

Cowichan Valley's Teafarm hopes to become home to Canada’s first small-scale tea plantation

Flexible Zen Author Tim Ward speaks to Buddhism of today

T im Ward may have spent the last 20 years engrossed in Buddhism and writing extensively on the subject, but he’ll be the first one to quote the Buddha in saying “trust only what your own experiences show you.”

No Sincerer Love

There is no sincerer love than the love of food,” said George Bernard Shaw. In Victoria, no sincerer love is expressed as passionately than at Camille’s.
Tea time

Tea time

When Lisa Stekelenburg became the manager of Camosun College’s Child Care Services, she had no idea her duties would include putting together the biggest public tea expo on the continent. Yet here she is, organizing the Victoria Tea Festival, happening this weekend at the Crystal Garden.
It’s Story Time

It’s Story Time

Richard Wagamese knows that telling a story isn’t just about the speaking. It’s about adhering to the five principals of traditional Native oral art: telling, listening, hearing, incorporating and sharing.
Speed Dating Slowed Down

Speed Dating Slowed Down

For anyone still looking for their Valentine this month, but feeling wary of internet match-ups and too weary for the five-minutes-of-fame speed dating gives you, there’s a new alternative in town: speed dating slowed down.
5Qs - Time for YIMBY

5Qs - Time for YIMBY

It only takes a quick look around to see that stigma still runs rampant on the streets of Victoria. That fact is easy enough to brush off as you say ‘No change’ to the homeless person with a hand out, or frown at the junkie sloped against a building’s brick wall. But our own biases get harder to ignore when the organizations around the city throw “Anti-Stigma Week: Drug Use, Dignity and Human Rights” from Feb.