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Spring is the time for fair-weather cyclists to tune up their bikes. Although B.C. is home to mandatory helmet use, the protective headgear that’s for sale on store shelves may...
The rush to make the so-called female Viagra is on. If an international company jumps through all the hoops, its drugs for low female sexual desire could be on pharmacy shelves by...
{sidebar title='Basho Cafe'} 2007 East Hastings Street, 604-428-6276. Open Wednesday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. {/sidebar} Aside from the...
Many people in their 70s spend time doing things like gardening and golfing. Rare is the septuagenarian who decides it’s the perfect point in their life to enter the world of...
Able-bodied folks rarely sweat the small stuff. Making dinner, grocery shopping, and having a shower are the kinds of daily tasks that are easily taken for granted when you have...
Nick Breton had been skateboarding for years when he headed to the University of Alberta to study education. The Edmonton native’s classes took place all over the huge campus, so...
About two-and-a-half years ago, Toronto’s Sue Beamish was busy helping her son get ready to leave home for university. Peter was 18 and excited about heading to Kingston. But a...
Caren McSherry admits that a lot of people thought she was nuts when she decided to move her business, Gourmet Warehouse, to a rundown building on East Hastings Street back in...
Like so many Vancouverites, Dr. Melanie Mason got hit by the flu this past December, and it was brutal. “I was out of commission for about five or six days, then it was another...
Sometimes there’s no way to convey just how satisfied you are other than using an expletive. So it was at Railtown’s Ask for Luigi during a recent dinner double date. The cursing...

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