Culture

Eats, chews and leaves: Meal options for the holidays

The holiday season is synonymous with food (at least in my eyes).

Living books: A novel way to read

A collection of people from the local community donated time to tell their stories last month. On Saturday, November 3, the Greater Victoria Public Library (GVPL) and the Art Gallery…

Events Calendar: December 14 – 23

MUSIC  Friday, Dec. 14 The Jon and Roy Holiday Special John and Roy headline this holiday show with guests Frazey Ford, Wake Owl, Kim Churchill and The Archers. Sounds like…

Music Rags: Most interesting albums of the year

As much as I enjoy reading the obligatory “Best Albums of the Year” lists, there’s something about them that I’ve always found off-putting. How can you quantify art? Music is…

Dogs help alleviate students’ stress

The pups visited the Commons as part of UVic's De-Stress Fest

Local entrepreneur launches Lovely Things Vintage

New vintage store focuses on the sweeter side of decades past

New UVic club devotes energies to Mercy Ships

“Hope and healing” are the words to live by for all Mercy Ships workers, volunteers, doctors and nurses. Mercy Ships is a non-profit organization that provides free medical services, including…

Ringing in the festive beer

The author of Ecclesiastes made a fan out of me with the words, “I commend enjoyment,” for I, too, commend enjoyment. And just after this initial commendation comes the lasting…

Eats, chews and leaves: The Clay Pigeon is worth a shot

On the corner of Blanshard Street and Broughton Street lies a tiny yet delightful bistro, The Clay Pigeon.