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A lot of people might think scrapbooking is dead, a vestige of a bygone era. But they’d be wrong.
Grandparents have always played a key role in family life. Ask any adult to recall their happiest childhood memories, and chances are high that at least one will be about time spent with their grandpa
My five-year-old son refuses to be ‘himself.’ I know he needs to play, but it’s to the point where he screams at his friends and teachers when they call him by his name.
From matte lips to a pop of colour on the eyes, here are the freshest looks to try right now.
Shedding layers for spring doesn’t require much of a commitment when it comes to clothing. But hair? That’s a whole different story.
Design duo Colin and Justin dish on decorating and the latest Pantone 2016 colours and spring trends.
Colin and Justin are back with a new installment of Cabin Pressure — Season 3
As if Easter isn’t a busy enough time, Rachel McKinley, a chocolatier at Purdys Chocolate has good-heartedly put a lot of hours into sculpting three giant themed eggs for charity.
As local chocolatiers multiply like bunny rabbits, there are many options to buy something really cool for yourself or someone special.
Have you noticed all the perfectly poached eggs atop, well, anything and everything in trendy restaurants?
Summer-flowering bulbs are an essential component of any successful garden. You can never plant enough lilies as far as I’m concerned, particularly ones that deliver much-needed flower interest
People are opening up, literally, when it comes to kitchen design.
They’re great for gathering up toiletries in the bathroom, desk supplies in the office, accessories in the bedroom and random stuff everywhere else.
If there’s one thing we know about living in Vancouver, it’s that the sun can’t be trusted here – at least through the months of March, April, and May (and really, June, too).
Vancouver-based brand Gentle Fawn lends support to breast health awareness with new kimono benefiting Keep A Breast charity.
Wine expert Anthony Gismondi discusses wines to match your Easter meal.
No fun city? Not any longer. It seems that happy hour has put a big ol’ smiley face on the town once known for being, oh, let’s be politely Canadian and call it “reserved.” Oth
According to a report published last year by the McCreary Center Society, more than half (55 per cent) of homeless youth report having a pet.
THIS WEEK’S PARENT TRAP I’m a divorced mother of three, and my ex-husband is completely ‘unavailable’ most of the time. My eldest daughter has moved out and is going to univers
The Body Shop is celebrating a milestone year — 40 years in the beauty and skincare business. The company, which was founded by Brit Anita Roddick in 1976, is renewing its pledge to increase its
Wines to collect, cellar and events to note from expert Anthony Gismondi
One day, about eight years ago, in the fairy tale principality of Monaco, Olesya Krakhmaylyova, took a bite of something and the experience struck like a lightning bolt. It would change her life. The
If it weren’t for all the ski talk, I could have been in Barcelona or food-crazy San Sebastian. Bar Oso’s tapas easily stand up to most of the food served there.
Few pieces of furniture evoke old school Hollywood glamour the way a bar cart does.
The dashing design duo, Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan, are taking their career in a new direction: landladies was the term they used.
Furniture designed to separate us from the room, both visually and acoustically, is becoming increasingly popular in open plan living and work environments.
April and May are the best months for home gardeners to find great deals at plant sales.
Vancouver Sun testers try out the latest beauty products.
Anthony Gismondi’s five choice wines this week span Italy, California and beyond.
Anthony Gismondi and Mia Stainsby pair food and wine.
Musings, wine matches for this week's recipe and wine picks from expert Anthony Gismondi.
It’s April, which means one thing: an endless stream of cherry blossom photos on your Facebook and Instagram feeds. If you aren’t heading to Japan to see its national flower in bloom,
Dear Rouge's Danielle McTaggart talks personal style, red carpet dressing ahead of the Juno Awards.
Expert Michele Kambolis takes a weekly look at parenting issues.
A roundup of new book releases in the world of health and nutrition.
American Crew partners with Elvis Presley, Hair Recipes offers up an egg-cellent release and more fashion news.
A delicate gown crafted from strips of silk and lace hangs on a rack filled with similarly refined pieces. From wide-legged, snowy white trousers featuring hand-beaded embellishments, to a collarless
Canon took home one of the biggest prizes in the drink industry when it won the title of "World's Best Drink Selection" from Tales of the Cocktail, the world's biggest booze fest held in New Orleans.
Branden Grace, a 29-year-old South African with a solid international career but just a single victory on the PGA Tour, set the record for the best round in a major championship, torching Royal Birkda
The 2017 British Open is Jordan Spieth’s tournament to lose, as he holds the lead going into the final day, and marks his best chance in 14 months to exorcise the demons of a final round meltdown at t
            
Moak: Back-to-School spending expected to reach nearly $76 billion             
Moak: Study: Elderly patients may not be taking medications properly             
Steve Windham is woodworking craftsman and owner of Windham’s Woodworks in Brandon             
A Madison house built in the 1850s has become the new home for Soiree Gifts and Floral.             
Moak: Care of individual gravesites spurs niche industry             
You can’t get there from here. But Willard Jack did.             
Clarion-Ledger Mississippi Sports Awards Sights and Sounds             
Hattiesburg cook Katie Dixon leaves "MasterChef" after failing to put white chocolate filling in her eclair.             
Practicing With Protege Prior Paralympic Games In Rio             
Concerts, revivals and special events in Mississippi             
Pulpits and Pews             
Owners Tori and Nathan Banks talk about the reconstruction of their mid-19th century Canadian barn at a barn raising near Livingston Wednesday.             
Follow along with James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Martha Foose as she cooks sugar lump biscuits with a smile.             
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