Born violent? A troop of baboons chooses an enduring culture of peace. Can humans do the same?
Archives for June 2011
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia is known for music, arts, lobster, and Maritime hospitality. It all comes together in a big way this year in another famous Yarmouth 250 celebration — and you are personally invited!
There are some in the dog world who think training with rewards means you never say “no” to your dog. Is it possible to be a Positive Trainer and still stop problem behaviours in your dog? The answer is YES!
Julia McLean writes about the midsummer solstice in France, but she notes that this summertime celebration does mark the approach of winter. Say what?
George Burden explores the Mayan Riviera, home to Chichen Itza, one of the Wonders of the Modern World. He also seeks out wondrous sites off the beaten path, such as the Secret River.
Julia McLean offers some tough-love advice for the summer swimsuit season.
Vincent Ross weighs in on the culinary life aboard the Pacific Sun during its South Pacific cruise via the Isle of Pines, Emerald Bay and the capital, Noumea, in New Caledonia, and the tiny island of Ouvea in the Loyalty Islands.
During the past year Ross Lonergan has been restlessly moving from church to church. He has finally realized that he’s not going to find God in religious ritual.
Star Weiss was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003. Eight years later, she reflects back on that diagnosis as she goes for her annual mammogram.
For anyone who’s ever gone through a hard break up and needs a few ideas to get back on their feet, Jenn Pedde offers some sound tips.