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by RCAC on Monday Jan 14 2019

On Sunday, January 20, Joe Hill Coffee House brightens up our New Year with another great show featuring talent from far and near. Come and hear these fine performers, and relax and eat goodies in a nice place:

  • Troy Isaacs – 11-year-old singer/guitarist from Salmo;...

by Charles Jeanes on Wednesday Jan 09 2019

Introduction: last year of our Second twenty-first-century Decade (!)

Year-end and year-start reviews can be an occasion for melancholy or celebration, and yet I personally feel neither. Mostly I feel astounded to find myself 19 years into the twenty-first century, and the third millennium, when it seems not so long ago that the pregnant year 2000 was sprung upon us....

by aeon on Saturday Jan 05 2019

By Caspar Addyman, from Aeon

Laughter and smiles transcend barriers of age, language and culture, and babies know this better than anyone. They don’t speak our language. They don’t share our culture; and they are at least a generation younger than us. All the same, we can easily share a laugh.

Spend any time with a baby and, assuming that...

by RCAC on Wednesday Jan 02 2019

For its first January offering, the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) brings a screening of “Delicatessen” (1992) to Rossland -- a unique film where a post-apocalyptic future becomes the setting for pitch black humor in this visually intricate French comedy. The action takes place within a single apartment complex, which is owned by the same man who...

by Sara Golling on Wednesday Dec 19 2018

Do you want to live in a “themed” community, where all buildings must look similar in style and colour? Or do you prefer a place with more variety?

I attended the Heritage Plan Community Workshop on December 1, and it was heartening to see so many others there taking an interest. Yes, let’s preserve our heritage – it’s interesting to learn about the roots...

by aeon on Wednesday Dec 19 2018

By Walter Sinnot-Armstrong, for Aeon

Many of my best friends think that some of my deeply held beliefs about important issues are obviously false or even nonsense. Sometimes, they tell me so to my face. How can we still be friends? Part of the answer is that these friends and I are philosophers, and philosophers learn how to deal with positions on the edge...

by Rossland Telegraph on Monday Dec 17 2018

The Nelson and  District Credit Union has stepped up to provide more help with the upgrades needed to keep the Rossland Arena open.  The local credit union announced last week its donation of $5000 to the Rossland Arena Society, which will contribute the funds toward the expensive work of keeping the arena safe to use. 

Mayor Kathy Moore expressed...

by Contributor on Sunday Dec 02 2018

By Jim Baggott ; from Aeon

‘The theory produces a good deal but hardly brings us closer to the secret of the Old One,’ wrote Albert Einstein in December 1926. ‘I am at all events convinced that He does not play dice.’ 

Einstein was responding to a letter from the German physicist Max...

by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 27 2018

The City of Rossland wants everyone who cares about our community to help shape our Heritage Management Plan. If you missed the drop-in event on December 1, you can still take part by answering the survey questions at this link: 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RosslandHeritageSurvey

The survey will be open...

by Rossland Telegraph on Sunday Nov 25 2018

Rossland Public Library will re-open on December 11, according to library director Beverley Rintoul.  Before that, the building will open briefly just to host “Santa” during the Rekindle the Spirit of Christmas celebration on December 1.  In the week preceding the opening date of December 11, book-lovers who “fostered” library books during the renovations can...

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