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Artists hanging on with rest of us
The purchase of art objects, concert tickets, art instruction, music lessons, etc. has always been a discretionary outlay. It's no surprise that the artistic sector is taking a hit lately, along with just about every other part of society.

Subaru West Coast Triathlon Series Update
Sooke Announced as Qualifier for World Championships Olympic and Long-Course!

Geocaching - Upcoming Event Cache
Cybercahsers are hosting an event cache nearby on April 4, 2009

Island Moments April/May 2009
Spa Getaway, Made on Vancouver Island, Windsurfing, West Coast Palate, and more

Completing the year that was - 2008
The year of the Ox begins on January 26, the Chinese New Year. You still have a bit of time to complete the last year and make space for the new one.

Byron Cook - head gardner at Sooke Harbour House Sooke to Port Renfrew: Modern-day explorers love Vancouver Island's southwest coast
I'd heard about the Sheringham Point Lighthouse -- your classic red-and-white, dome-topped beacon -- and was determined to find it.

Take a green vacation this weekend
Gas prices got you down? This Labour Day, take a green vacation

CRD Parks Master Plan
Capital Regional District (CRD) master plan includes linking Juan de Fuca Marine Trail with the Galloping Goose Trail

Bellevue art students put a new spin on geocaching
Art students from four Bellevue high schools have found an interesting way to work with the Bellevue Arts Commission on their latest community sculpture project. Each student created a miniature sculpture that's going on a "personal" journey through King County.

The World's Largest Kaleidoscope Tries Too Hard--and So Do I
Jennifer Louden's recent newletter includes musings & resources for being kind to yourself and whatever else comes to mind

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