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A fantastic book that introduces people to the real reason why yoga is so important: finding peace of mind.
The misadventures of a struggling punk band called The Ain’t Rights in the 21st Century who are persuaded to play in a venue run by an organization of far right skinheads in the backwoods of Oregon.
Inspired by nature and doing yoga, this artist uses various mediums to find new ways of producing art.
This year’s lineup promises to deliver your new favourite band – which is always a benefit to a well-curated festival. Get ready to party!
An autobiography that is nothing short of a miracle, providing readers a glimpse of the sport and what it takes to become a champion.
A story of four people who deal with the angst that has built up between them over the years, with a beautiful Italian island forming the backdrop to the story.
A local artist's motivation to make use of things that would otherwise end up in the dump, a burn pile or discarded in someone’s basement.
Monsoon June is gone for another year, and that means Fernie really gets its summer on. It’s all about squeezing every single drop of enjoyment out of the long days of this too-short season.
The literary world is full of books with diversity themes. This author has a dark sense of humour and approaches topics head on that other authors would carefully tip-toe around.
Does Ames bring success to the series? Find out in this month's edition of the Rnetal Fix.
It’s hard to fathom being on the young side of 30 and already being a seasoned professional. But Toronto punk band the Flatliners is just that.
Born and raised in Fernie, Mary prepares to launch her new publication Not Even the Artist Knows the Words.
When beloved artists die, we the fans and admirers look to the work that may not have been released. Hope that their loved ones will give us a final look into the artist's work or something to bookend their passing.
The story of Wade Wilson, an ex-special forces soldier and mercenary who, after being stricken with cancer, enters into a secret government program which he hopes will cure him of his disease. Instead of being a cure, however, the treatment gives him super powers with the unfortunate side effect of distorting his features so that he becomes hideously ugly.