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Appreciation can go a long way

I've recently written of the challenges of romantic and marital relationships, how our thoughts of one another can suddenly or gradually shift from the positive to the negative, and how love - without deliberate care and maintenance - can be lost.

Richmond salsa dancer wins world's best

Alfonso Caldera, the international award-winning salsa dancer has done it again.

Driving shouldn't be only option

There's a need for bus, bike routes, less reliance on cars

Cool reads for summer

The Summer Reading Club (SRC) is now in full swing at the Richmond Public Library, with more than 4,800 kids registered so far.

Remembering why we fell in love

In last week's column, I wrote of the expectations and core beliefs about relationships that we each bring to our relationships.

From tasty food to knot tying, there's plenty to try in Richmond

The dog days of summer are upon us, but don't get too comfy in that hammock. There many things to do in the Richmond for singles and family-oriented folk. One unique activity is whale watching.

Summer recharges batteries

I love summer time because it recharges my batteries.

Clevest lands water meter deal

The Richmond-based high-tech company Clevest Solutions along with Bit Stew Systems, has been chosen by BC Hydro to support its $930 million smart meter installation program. Earlier this month, Hydro commenced an 18month program to install 1.

Event raises $9,750 for hospital

Malee Rubinstein and Brian White, co-chairs for the Pink Ball Tournament at Richmond Country Club presented a cheque for $9,750 to the Richmond Hospital Foundation, last week.

Main library hold Chinese book fair

Richmond Public Library is partnering with Xinhua Bookstore to hold its first-ever free, drop-in Chinese Book Fair July 2125 at the Brighouse (Main) Branch.