Haunted House: She bought it for the library, not the ghosts

Haunted House: She bought it for the library, not the ghosts

Who is haunting this house?: In 1927, newlyweds Elena and Angelo Culos, above, had their picture snapped on the steps out front. Three years earlier, his parents, Anthony and Anna Culos, had built it. In Italian tradition, they may have placed special family artifacts...

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Finding my feet: Running solo

Finding my feet: Running solo

As long as I can remember, running has been where I’ve felt most comfortable. The feel of my body moving through space, the wind, the matched sound of my footfalls and my own heartbeat.  By Mel Edgar There’s a freedom. I don’t have to worry about anything: if my face...

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When those who have received give back

You can learn a lot by helping. And you can learn a lot from being helped. For PRL’s third annual “Helping Issue,” two women who have been on both sides of Powell River’s charity scene share how gratifying it is to help others. In their own words, as told to Kirk...

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FREE FOOD: Meet Alexander McNaughton, forager

Alexander McNaughton can’t get over the abundance of wild food in Powell River. It’s one of the first things he noticed when he moved here earlier this year with his girlfriend. But Alexander is a professional food forager so it stands to reason that he would notice...

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Best of Powell River 2017 results

A perfect sunset. At Willingdon. The dock in silhouette. Photos like these represent the “Best of Powell River” - or at least what many locals think of as the pinnacle, if Instagram and Facebook feeds are any indication. But there’s so much more to the “best of” this...

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Rock climbers make first ascent of massive wall

The Red Alert Wall is one of the largest walls in North America south of the Arctic and until last month, it hadn’t been climbed. Most climbers didn’t even know it existed. On July 6, Cranbrook’s Travis Foster and Drew Leiterman began climbing the 1,500 metre...

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