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Posted On March 3, 2017By seasideIn Top Stories

Villa Eyrie Wine Society: Simply Sublime

by Lara Gladych –  My visit to the Villa Eyrie Resort for their second Wine Society Social is hard to recap without feeling a bit nostalgic – that’s how much I enjoyed it! The entirety of the experience from beginning to end was full of lovely details, and I dare say even enchantment when you consider the snowy circumstances of that evening back in February. The Wine Society was designed to bring together a group of like-minded people to enjoy superb cuisine paired with wines from around the world. It’sRead More

Posted On March 3, 2017By seasideIn Regulars, Top Stories

Can We Talk with Sue Hodgson

Publisher Sue Hodgson Talks With Lorraine Brewster, Senior Manager of Panorama Recreation Centre Your love of, and connection to, parks and recreation started at a young age as a playground leader. With 30 years of experience in the field, you still have such an affinity for it. As senior manager at Panorama Recreation you oversee the entire operations, programs, maintenance and administration of about 150 staff. What does a typical day look like for you and how do you make it all work? When you believe in what you do andRead More
by Amber Isles –  Last March, surrounded by a room full of amazing women in business I was named Seaside Magazine’s 2016 Woman To Watch. What an honour! As any entrepreneur knows, starting a business from the ground up comes with its fair share of ups and downs. Awards such as these and support from the community is what drives us business owners to keep going through the hard times. When I started my confectionary company five years ago, I had a pretty clear vision of what I wanted theRead More
by Stu Rhodes –  Karlee Munro’s first real exposure to welding came when she was about 10 years old. She always enjoyed being her dad’s shadow when he was working around the house, and this included helping out during a renovation when they had to add two more treads and risers to a metal spiral staircase. A few years later, Karlee completed an aptitude test that identified welding as a good career fit for her at around the same time she landed herself in a metal work class at Stelly’sRead More
  story by Janice Henshaw | exterior photography by Jody Beck –  From the rooftop terrace of Bob and Brenda’s home, the northern view of Robert’s Bay contains contrasting shades of the sky, islands and the sea. A blue heron flies by at eye level, followed by a V-formation of honking Canada geese. An enormous white wake curls up onto the beach from a speeding powerboat. In vivid contrast is the large painting by artist Blythe Scott, of Robert’s Bay, hanging inside on the living room wall. The painting invitesRead More