It was the winter of 1993. Dean and I (for he was not yet Chefhusband) had coaxed his elderly orange Volkswagon Rabbit over Roger’s Pass, en route from Kelowna to Winnipeg, where we’d spent my first ever Christmas with his family.
After a day spent touring the Points East Circle Drive on Prince Edward Island, on a warm evening in July, we make our way to Charlottetown, where our hotel room smells funny.
We live in interesting times. Two recent news stories highlight this truth.
The Swift Current Oratorio Choir's annual festive season performance took place in front of a full house at the Zion Mennonite Church in Swift Current, Dec. 5.
Fans of Ray Charles will eagerly anticipate the next Stars for Saskatchewan concert, slated for January 14, 2017 at the Sky Centre.
There's a lot of entertainment coming to Medicine Hat stages in 2017 as both the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede and the Canalta Centre each had big announcements earlier this week about high profile acts coming to southeast Alberta in 2017.