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Following a $1.5-million renovation the former Wild Apple Restaurant at Manteo Resort will open as Smack Dab in mid-March.
February is the month when we catch a whiff of what lies ahead and begin to dream of warmer days.
Jennifer Schell on a big event planned for south Okanagan to benefit area social services.
Now, with two young daughters, Deb Synnot and John Anderson have grown their business into a family of coffee houses.
New cookbook looks at the people behind local Okanagan foods and wines.
Soup Sisters is an extraordinary organization that brings community together to create nurturing soup for local women and children in need.
Bernard Casavant wins inaugural Hot Sauce Competition at the Similkameen Pepper Festival.
We are working with the International Diner en Blanc organizers to make our event official next year.
Lavender's intoxicating scent can be distilled into essential oil and used as perfume or medicinally.
Twins Amber and Kerisa Denison are testament to Little Creek Gardens creativity—both girls have spread their artistic wings.
Did you know that once upon a time we had sockeye salmon living in Okanagan Lake?
“Driving you to drink—legally—and loving it.” Reading the slogan for Grape Escapes Wine Tours you know you are in for a fun experience.
There are events galore coming up on the Okanagan’s summer calendar.
Orofino Winery in the Similkameen Valley has produce two wines for Hawksworth Restaurant.
The Okanagan’s food and wine scene has been growing exponentially over the past few years.
I have always adored the image of a long, white linen-draped table. It evokes warm feelings—a village celebration.
Osoyoos is known for its soaring summer temperatures, great wines and resort life but don’t forget it is also a gourmet haven.
Add smoked meat to your wine-buying trips to the south Okanagan.
Take a drive to Oliver and watch the progressively spring-like landscape evolve as you head deep into one of our most vine-laden regions.
The first Oliver Osoyoos Oyster Festival, or OOOyster Festival as it is known, goes April 14 to 23.