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The View: Expanding horizons at Balu Yoga
Balu Yoga, in downtown Revelstoke, expanded this fall, creating a bigger studio and more spaces for wellness providers.
Business Beat: Putting the bike away and getting the sled prepped with Infinite Powersports
When it comes to motorized sports, from ATVs to off road bikes, dirt bikes to sleds, Infinite Powersports has you covered.
Business beat: Getting your grill on with Ray
Ray Cooper from Ray's Butcher Shop gives advice on pan frying a steak and cooking up a roast.
Andrea Superstein sings more than just jazz
Jazz singer Andrea Superstein will add indie, pop and French songs to her repertoire when she plays Revelstoke Jazz Club on Friday.
Severn Cullis-Suzuki speaks on importance of taking action
Severn Cullis-Suzuki, Axis Mudi Harvest festival speaker, has a message to put anger and reaction into action.
Business Beat: Layering up with Revy Outdoors
Revy Outdoors gives advice on getting ready for a fall hike.
Sarah Jane Scouten: From Italy’s piazzas to Grizzly plaza
Folk singer/songwriter Sarah Jane Scouten is coming to Revelstoke's Grizzly Plaza, fresh off a tour of Europe.
Business Beat: Hair care with Candice Blayney
Stylist Candice Blayney of Mane Attraction gives advice on avoiding dry frizzy hair, saving your hair after a swim, & avoiding hat head.
Le Marche Gourmet opens its doors with emphasis on quality
Owners of La Baguette in Revelstoke open new food store Le Marche Gourmet, which offers high-quality imported and local food.
GALLERY: Revelstoke Canada festivities
A big photo gallery of pictures from the Revelstoke Canada Day festivities.
BUSINESS BEAT: Landscape advice with Kelly’s Bobcat
Kelly's Bobcat shares advice on landscaping and maintaining your garden.
THE VIEW: Sustainable homes
Greg Hoffart of Tree Construction aims to build homes that benefit the environment and the people that live in them.
PERSONAL HISTORIES: Maria Frasca’s tough, resilient immigrant life
Maria Frasca immigrated to Canada in 1958 after being courted by her husband. She tells about her life, in which she has overcome hardships
Biking to work, then biking the Dempster Highway
Andrew Moore from Pharmasave challenges Revelstoke to bike 20,000 kilometres for Bike to Work Week; If we do, he'll bike the Dempster Hwy.
Business beat: Bike maintenance basics
The Revelstoke Review gets bike maintenance basics from Al Roberts of Skookum Cycle & Ski.
Farmers market lowdown: The new and nearly-new stalls to check out
The Revelstoke Farm & Craft market started up for the summer on Saturday, May 2. We were there to learn about the vendors, old and new.
VOLUNTEER WEEK: Tanya Secord on horses and the value of volunteering
Tanya Secord has become a driving force at the Selkirk Saddle Club since joining six years ago.
The Wardens sing of the mountains
The Wardens, a country, roots and folk band hailing from Banff Alberta, are heading to Revelstoke.
Revelstoke youth to star in MACHiNOiSY dance performance
Dance group MACHiNENOiSY is in Revelstoke debuting PROX:iMiTY RE:MiX a production featuring and created by Revelstoke youth.
Classic fairytale The Snow Queen hits the Revelstoke stage
Revelstoke Theatre Company’s latest production, The Snow Queen, is ready to go live at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre starting Feb 26