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Kids get mixed sex messages

Sext up KIDS explores growing up in a sexualized world

Why such fuss over 12 signs?

Chinese-only signs a problem of perception

City seeks nominees for annual arts awards

Nadeane Trowse had lived at Finn Slough for more than two decades. On the South Arm of the Fraser River off No. 4 Road, Finn Slough was home to a wave of Finnish immigrant fishermen in the early 1890s.

Apply now for foodie job with perks

Fancy getting paid to eat out every day for free? No? What if a free apartment, living expenses and membership for the Richmond Olympic Oval gym were also thrown into the mix? If you think you're just the man or woman for the job, then get your appli

Find money you didn't know was lost

Even the most organized can let a few details fall through the cracks, especially when relocating.

Flamingo Row sings its swan song

Flamingo Row owner Wendy Anthony never set out to open a women's fashion boutique.The year was 1987. At the time, Anthony was working parttime at Mirage, a women's clothing store in Richmond.

Knights of Columbus descend on city

The 101st Knights of Columbus B.C. and Yukon State Convention is coming to Richmond and registration is now open.

Affordable rent policies needed

I know I've been vegetating for too long. So long in fact that I was actually starting to enjoy watching reality TV. But one of the shows finally brought me back to my senses.

Welcome silence, achieve peace

Can you find peace when you consciously go looking for it? Where do you find peace, can you find it in the midst of the multi-tasking you do every day? Most people would say peace is what they want in their lives yet they make choices contrary to tha

Kins, students give back

Kin's Farm Market presented a cheque of $3,567 to the Canadian Cancer Society last Thursday (Feb. 16) from funds raised during their second annual calendar campaign.