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Getting rid of poison ivy is a serious matter. What you should and shouldn't do

Getting rid of poison ivy is a serious matter. What you should and shouldn't do

For all the time I spend digging, planting, pulling and weeding, one would think I’d have some poison ivy horror stories to tell, but I do not.
This bean salad known as Cowboy Caviar is a protein-packed addition to any summer cookout

This bean salad known as Cowboy Caviar is a protein-packed addition to any summer cookout

If you're looking for a bean salad with substance that can serve as a dip, a condiment, a side dish or even a vegetarian entrée, than you must make Cowboy Caviar a part of your summer cookout repertoire.
It's not as world-famous as ramen or sushi. But the humble onigiri is soul food in Japan

It's not as world-famous as ramen or sushi. But the humble onigiri is soul food in Japan

TOKYO (AP) — The word “onigiri” became part of the Oxford English Dictionary this year, proof that the humble sticky-rice ball and mainstay of Japanese food has entered the global lexicon.
Sunday Night Read: 'The Last Ride'

Sunday Night Read: 'The Last Ride'

This short story series submission is from Vienna Kerfoot of Port Moody.
Claire Nielsen: A few common reasons for weight gain

Claire Nielsen: A few common reasons for weight gain

Columnist Claire Nielsen shares her thoughts on this complex topic.
Minter: Give your garden a boost. Here's how

Minter: Give your garden a boost. Here's how

Extra care and "sequential planting" and go a long way to make a garden more enjoyable, says master gardener Brian Minter.
Get Out: Theatrix Youtheatre Society

Get Out: Theatrix Youtheatre Society

An avenue for Tri-City youth interested in theatre to trot the boards; from acting classes to full productions.
Letter: Thank you, Tri-Cities, for supporting those living with Alzheimer's

Letter: Thank you, Tri-Cities, for supporting those living with Alzheimer's

More than half of surveyed B.C. residents are concerned about personally developing dementia, says Cathryn France.
Canada Day: Fun, food and fireworks in the Tri-Cities for July 1

Canada Day: Fun, food and fireworks in the Tri-Cities for July 1

See an Indigenous smudging, taste from multicultural fare and enjoy the Canada Day entertainment in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on Monday, July 1.
Gates to 47th Golden Spike Days Fest in Port Moody open Saturday

Gates to 47th Golden Spike Days Fest in Port Moody open Saturday

Trooper headlines the 47th annual July 1 long weekend event on Sunday, June 30, at 8 p.m.