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The Artists of Chiswick Old Cemetery

by Sheldon

It’s long been an ambition of mine to go to the grave of William Hogarth. One of our greatest artists and political commentators: a man who more it less invented… 939 more words


Veganomican - Book review by Natasha Mauger

A big thank you to Natasha Mauger for this book review of one on of her favourite recipe books, Veganomican by Moskowitz and Romero. Tash is a regular at our potlucks and her dishes are always delicious! 111 more words


The snow has melted

The second ski season has come to an end. The snow is melting, Whistler is closed, dirt jumps are being built and bears are awake. 416 more words


Exploring the valley

Why is it that when you settle down somewhere, you start taking things for granted? Why is it that when the stop moving, you stop completely and fall into a routine? 350 more words


Party In April, Sleep In May. The WSSF

Growing up in BC, there isn’t anything that can top a day of shredding alongside live music. Nothing…well, obviously if there is an apres Caesar in hand. 928 more words


Closing Weekend at Whistler

Closing weekend is a fine thing at Whistler. The crowds have gone, the snow is deep and the weather usually highly pleasurable, in a typical mixed up Whistler kind of way. 252 more words


Whistler's Haircut

James Abbott McNeil Whistler (1834-1903) was one of the greatest artists of the late nineteenth century, and the finest etcher since Rembrandt. An expatriate American, he had a huge influence on the art world of London and Paris, friends with Manet, Courbet, Rossetti, as well as Oscar Wilde, Mallarmé, and other intellectuals and artists of that golden age. 716 more words