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Column: The construction, destruction and reconstruction of my Richmond neighbourhood

Column: The construction, destruction and reconstruction of my Richmond neighbourhood

The lifespan of houses in Richmond, as elsewhere, is becoming increasingly shorter.
Column: The many shades of joy

Column: The many shades of joy

There are many suggestions for how we can find joy, but sometimes joy is just waiting to find us.
Column: Miyawaki mini-forests change more than landscape

Column: Miyawaki mini-forests change more than landscape

The potential social benefits of the Miyawaki projects are as significant as the environmental benefits
Column: Tea, good for you and good tasting, too

Column: Tea, good for you and good tasting, too

Tea was discovered so long ago that its origins blend history with mythology.
Column: Old wives’ tales have aged well

Column: Old wives’ tales have aged well

Even when disproven, old wives' tales are hard to shake off.
Column: The race is not to the speeder

Column: The race is not to the speeder

Are speed limits posted only for those drivers who can’t decide how fast they want to go?
Column: When a book was more than words on pages between two covers

Column: When a book was more than words on pages between two covers

Can books once again become prized possessions?
Column: Our food stores of yesteryear and yesterday

Column: Our food stores of yesteryear and yesterday

Don’t let Super Grocer be added to the long list of food stores that have vanished forever
Column: To be blunt about the point of toys

Column: To be blunt about the point of toys

Toys are now more merchandise than playthings, bought by the consumer adult for the consumer child
Column: Going off online onto offline: The benefits of digital detox

Column: Going off online onto offline: The benefits of digital detox

The re-entry from the virtual world into the physical world is gathering momentum