Toasting 20 Years of Friendship Apr30

Toasting 20 Years of Friendship

By darmyers On Thursday, my cat Tigger, crossed the Rainbow bridge at the age of 20 years and 6 months. I adopted him in Grande Prairie, Alberta Canada, on April 3, 1996 from the SPCA. The vet estimated he was about 5 months old at the time, so we always …read more Source: Wine-In My...

Welcome to the NEW Wild Rosebuds Apr30

Welcome to the NEW Wild Rosebuds

By Katie Rose YAY! After a week of working on my new layout, features, and content, today is the day that I am proud to show you what I have been working on. It is all the same content, just more of it. There will be more videos, more recipes, and more honesty …read more Source: Wild...

Maritime Beer Report - April 29, 2016 Apr29

Maritime Beer Report - April 29, 2016

By noreply@blogger.com (Todd Beal) Welcome to the April 29th edition on the Maritime Beer Report. Big news from Cape Breton today with Big Spruce Brewing and Breton Brewing spliting $436K repayable investments from ACOA to expand operations. From ACOA news release: Big Spruce Brewing is receiving a repayable investment of $350,000 …read more Source: Maritime Beer...

The Halifax Real Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Every Thursday) Apr28

The Halifax Real Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Every Thursday)

Halifax (HRM) Residential Market Statistic Update for the Week of April 21st – April 28th 2016(Previous weeks numbers in brackets)*Previous Year’s Stats Total MarketNew or Back to Market Listings: 388 (393, 392, 496, 315) *590Sold: 151 (155, 144, 131, 109) *143Sale To Listing Ratio: 39% (39%, 37%, 26%, 35%) *24%Price Changes: …read more Source: Halifax Real Estate...

The Halifax Real Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Every Thursday) Apr28

The Halifax Real Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Every Thursday)

Halifax (HRM) Residential Market Statistic Update for the Week of April 21st – April 28th 2016(Previous weeks numbers in brackets)*Previous Year’s Stats Total MarketNew or Back to Market Listings: 388 (393, 392, 496, 315) *590Sold: 151 (155, 144, 131, 109) *143Sale To Listing Ratio: 39% (39%, 37%, 26%, 35%) *24%Price Changes: …read more Source: Halifax Real Estate...

Strawberry Lemon Mojito Mocktail Apr28

Strawberry Lemon Mojito Mocktail

By Katie Rose <img src="http://wildrosebuds.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Strawberrymojito-16.jpg" …read more Source: Wild...

A Date in a LakeField & Co Dress Apr28

A Date in a LakeField & Co Dress

By Katie Rose <img src="http://wildrosebuds.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/untitled-12.jpg" alt="Lakefield & co dress perfect for Mothers …read more Source: Wild...

Exploring Haitian art in Port-au-Prince

By kristaspurr Media accounts of Haiti gloss over its vibrant visual arts, music, and cultural scene. Even practicing vodou is used as a way to frame Haiti’s “difference” from better-known islands in the Caribbean. Those who breeze past Haiti’s art will be sad about what they’re missing. Whether going on some kind of …read more Source: Bite Sized...

Behold, the mighty hummingbird returns Apr28

Behold, the mighty hummingbird returns

By Parker Ruby-throated Hummingbirds began appearing in mainland Nova Scotia last week, according to the first arrival map at Hummingbird.net, and it’s only a matter of days before we get word of a Caper hummer. Nova Scotia’s first hummer of the year appeared on April 19, and half a dozen more …read more Source: The...

2016 So Far… Apr28

2016 So Far…

By My Spiritual Roadtrip The last time I really wrote a post was back in November, and so much has happened since then! I have been missing blogging a bit, so I thought I’d write a life update post. I started 2016 with one of my favourite trips to date, and …read more Source: My Spiritual...

How can Nova Scotia be more Craft Beer Friendly Apr27

How can Nova Scotia be more Craft Beer Friendly

By noreply@blogger.com (Todd Beal) I have done a little travelling of late and thought to myself, what could be done to make Nova Scotia craft beer friendly? These is just my thoughts and opinions of what I think would serve craft beer fans as well as local breweries and is by no means a …read more Source: Maritime Beer...

A Sibling Rivalry For The Digital Age – Who Chooses On #Netflix Apr27

A Sibling Rivalry For The Digital Age – Who Chooses On #Netflix

By Michael Cusden It’s funny how the outside world has a good sense of what is going on in your house. For the past few months our two boys (3 and 6) have really stepped into their sibling rivalry pants to the point that EVERYTHING is a battle for supremacy. Who …read more Source: Like A...

The defence of juice

By Diana I find the ability of people to rationalise things astounding. We all do it in some manner in our lives. But it still amazes me to see people staunchly defending illogical stances. Take for example juice. I’m not opposed to juice per se. I grew up during a time when orange …read more Source: Bite My...

The defence of juice

By Diana I find the ability of people to rationalise things astounding. We all do it in some manner in our lives. But it still amazes me to see people staunchly defending illogical stances. Take for example juice. I’m not opposed to juice per se. I grew up during a time when orange …read more Source: Bite My...

Celebrating One Year at Microsoft Apr27

Celebrating One Year at Microsoft

By thetrendytechie Today I celebrate my first full-time year at Microsoft! I am so grateful to work in a role where I have global impact and truly feel that I am using my passions to impact others in a positive way. Working in technology we have the opportunity to build a future …read more Source: Trendy...

PEI Burger Love 2016 Apr25

PEI Burger Love 2016

By life-of-burgers Back in 2011, PEI Burger Love was created, and while it started out small (only 14 restaurants participated in the first year), Burger Love has turned into a huge event across the Island, and this year there is a whopping 73 burgers to try out! Prince Edward Island is …read more Source: Life Of...

Reader views on Chase-the-Ace: Part 2 Apr25

Reader views on Chase-the-Ace: Part 2

By Parker Saturday a happened upon a huge lineup for Sydney’s latest Chase-the-Ace spectacle and came away with mixed feelings. Cape Breton readers were sharply divided. Earlier I published some thoughts from participants who think it’s all good fun. Today, the dark side, starting with a resident of …read more Source: The...

The Packing List #7 – April 24, 2016 – Vacation planning in Westeros

By kristaspurr The Bite-sized Travel Packing List is an email newsletter about travel, planning, packing, nifty finds & more! Click here to subscribe Hello! This week officially kicked off spring in my corner of the world. Sun, more sun, and not knowing how to dress for the day when leaving the …read more Source: Bite Sized...

Comparing apples to oranges

By Diana Image by Timothy Neesam on Flickr used under a Creative Commons Licence A couple of weeks ago I saw someone with “an interest in nutrition” (this according to their bio) attempting to argue with a dietitian on twitter about nutrition. She had posted something about whole grains (I …read more Source: Bite My...

By Diana Image by Timothy Neesam on Flickr used under a Creative Commons Licence A couple of weeks ago I saw someone with “an interest in nutrition” (this according to their bio) attempting to argue with a dietitian on twitter about nutrition. She had posted something about whole grains (I …read more Source: Bite My...