KAMLOOPS — I’m so very tired of listening to the Blame the Media game day after day.
KAMLOOPS — Despite the omnipresence of the Internet, public libraries continue to be an essential and well-used part of our communities. Indeed, they’re a bulwark against the 140-character universe.
KAMLOOPS — Dear America: Do you remember, as I do, how we use to see each other on a regular basis? We had such great times and always left knowing it wouldn’t be long before we saw each other again.
KAMLOOPS — Until two days ago, I thought I had figured out the column. It was to revolve around denial.
KAMLOOPS — Two weeks ago, I lamented the dilemma facing news organizations. I asked “who is going to protect journalistic integrity” in light of the challenges facing news organizations large and small.
KAMLOOPS — Got a call from HealthLink B.C. The message said to phone them back, so I did.
KAMLOOPS — For something that’s supposed to enrich our lives, art can sure be a divisive thing. Call something art, and someone will disagree. Call something pornographic art, and someone will leap to its defense.
KAMLOOPS — The Armchair Mayor says the 'Becoming Animal/Becoming Landscape' exhibit currently on display at the Kamloops Art Gallery amounts t