• Issue of
  • Sep 30 - Oct 6, 2004
  • Vol. 11, No. 40

News

  • Whistler
  • Share stories about the Boot Pub

    The more recent tales range from seeing The Tragically Hip play in the sweaty cramped bar to catching the jaw-dropping performances of an amateur strip night.
  • Whistler
  • Whistler celebrates B.C. Rivers Day

    The Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group is going all out this year for B.C. Rivers Day, a province-wide celebration sponsored by the Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C.
  • Whistler
  • Used book sale Oct. 9

    Thanksgiving weekend in Whistler is synonymous with sales. There’s the Whistler Mountain Ski Club’s annual ski swap, the Turkey Sale and any number of other poultry-influenced sales by local snowsport retailers.
  • Mountain News

    Old Broads 15 years older, but they’re still plenty wild

A&E

  • Music
  • Ear Candy

    With Scott Johnston — Painter, filmmaker and one half of mysterious underground production duo Zaerox.
  • Arts
  • Photos in aid of a rehabilitation centre

    When artistic photographers travel many of them return with an array of interesting stories to tell through their photos, but fewer use their photos to raise money for a worthy cause.

Food & Drink

Opinion

  • Editorial

    Flying the friendly skies
  • Maxed Out

    Old World charm missing in New Europe
  • Cybernaut

    Windows under attack

Sports

  • Features
  • Whistler Gymnastics expands programs

    The Whistler Gymnastics Club, bolstered by a huge turnout for its fall programs, has expanded its course offering this year to include a new rhythmic gymnastics program, as well as a Lightning Demo Team.
  • Features
  • Route change adds more singletrack to Cheakamus Challenge

    Weeks of heavy rains and a deactivated Bear Creek bridge have forced the organizers of this year’s Cheakamus Challenge Fall Classic Mountain Bike Race to make a last minute change to the course that most riders are probably going to love.

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