Beach Arts Scene

Marlene Pape, Sharon Barr, Patrice Carmichael and Anna Clarey, all local artists, are mounting a show titled Parks and Recreation at Twist Gallery in the West End. Pape paints in acrylic, focusing on trees, skies and clouds, and other natural subject matter. Barr paints large scale acrylic and oil abstract expressions of natural forms. Carmichael […]

Beacher tops at competitive lifeguarding

Some of the Beach’s best lifeguards are packing their trunks for the south of France. Starting Saturday they will land at a seaside resort near Montpellier, but not to put up their feet – the lucky lifeguards are competing in Rescue 2014, the world championship of lifeguarding. Speaking among the oars and paddle boards stored […]

Beacher tops at competitive lifeguarding

Some of the Beach’s best lifeguards are packing their trunks for the south of France. Starting Saturday they will land at a seaside resort near Montpellier, but not to put up their feet – the lucky lifeguards are competing in Rescue 2014, the world championship of lifeguarding. Speaking among the oars and paddle boards stored […]

Beach Arts Scene

Gwynne Giles, who recently opened a storefront studio in the Beach Hill neighbourhood, has capped off the five years since he first took up painting with participation in The Artist Project, this weekend, Feb. 21 to 24, at Exhibition Place. The remarkable thing is that Giles only began painting upon his retirement from golf club […]

Boardwalk is important part of the Beach way of life

In the last issue of the Beach Metro News, the Wizard of Written Witicism, fellow columnist Glenn Cochrane wrote about our Beach boardwalk. It then came to me that I had written an article on the boardwalk many years ago. So I would like to dedicate this column to Glenn, who in my humble estimation […]