The first place winner in the Wikimedia Commons Picture of the Year 2011, this photo by Heinrich Pniok is a stunning view of Lake Bondhus in Norway.
Archives for December 2012
Empty does not always mean that there is nothing to be seen.
A 12-day canoe trip in Northwestern Ontario brings adventure, challenge, and unexpected pleasure for a hardy group of Outers.
I learned as a child not to talk about what happened inside my household, and had to learn to break that cycle as an adult.
Memories of leaner times, both her own and those of an older Russian acquaintance, lead the author to appreciate the abundance she enjoys now, especially during this festive season.
This poem speaks to the loss of children throughout the world through violence and gives it a voice.
Sweet memories of a mother at her tiny kitchen counter serenely whipping up Christmas goodies for family and friends.
People think of small dogs as cute and cuddly and adorable. Also badly behaved, yappy, and ill-mannered. Why do we have such contradictory opinions of small dogs? If we look beyond the dog, we may find the answers with the owner!
In part 3 of this three part article, Author Randi G Fine tells her compelling true story about her 1980 rape, her survival, and the miracle that occurred after thirty years.
Filmmaking 101 is a series of articles following film newbie Sarah Gignac as she produces her first short film, Curtains. Creating something — whether it be art, music, literature, a new company, a product that you want to sell on the interweb to make your million — happens in two distinct phases. In the first you, and your […]