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Posted On October 31, 2019By seasideIn Regulars

First Word by Sue Hodgson

Publisher & Owner – You go to school to learn to read and write. You take lessons to learn an instrument, join a team to learn a sport, but I sometimes wonder how we are supposed to learn about some of life’s less tangible skills, like relationships. When we’re in the first flush of love perhaps we wouldn’t want to take advice, but as time goes on there are many couples who could benefit from some lessons. Having been through a divorce I feel I have some insight, and sadlyRead More
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Seaside Magazine Bird

Posted On October 31, 2019By seasideIn Regulars


Seaside Magazine welcomes your feedback! Send letters to the editor via or post your comments on our Facebook wall! Letters may be edited for space and content. In Karen Morgan’s article (“Inside Out;” September 2019), she articulates accepting the reality of her brother’s dementia diagnosis and reconciles herself to his inevitable deterioration. Karen’s second sentence “caregivers needs” resonates with me as I was a caregiver to my late husband before he succumbed to his dementia. Imagine if you can how difficult it was for me to watch my veryRead More
by Chris Cowland – It seems that every other bike on the road nowadays is a Harley or a Honda, but in my youth, you would rarely see either one in England. But there are groups of enthusiasts around the world who own “real” motorcycles, those made in England around 50 years ago. The heyday of British motorcycles was in the 1960s and 1970s, with magnificent machines with truly evocative names, such as the Vincent Black Shadow, the BSA Rocket Gold Star, the Triumph Bonneville, the Norton Dominator, the ArielRead More

Posted On October 31, 2019By seasideIn Regulars

In Fashion – How to Simplify Your Beauty Routine

by Murrae Wilson, Le Petit Lapin Boutique – Our overloaded schedules do not allow much time in the mornings for a complicated beauty routine. I must admit, I’ve found myself applying lipstick on the way to work after rushing out the door. Wherever you are off to, whether it’s the office, the coffee shop, or the grocery store, wouldn’t it be nice to look somewhat presentable with little-to-no effort? Fortunately, there are a lot of new (and not-so-new) beauty trends that can free us from the clutches of our bathroomRead More