Art and Entertainment
In a kingdom of calm, Tricia Clark is the queen. She is serene in her nature, finding the sea beneath her feet wherever she may travel.
It’s funny how sometimes an offhand comment can reveal how bad assumptions can be.
One of the things I love about Fernie is that you can wear anything you want with no judgment. Whether in jeans and a tee or a gorge party dress, your style is welcome and accepted in our little mountain town.
Fernie’s historic buildings are well known for distinctive rooflines, unique locally-fired rose-gold brick and stone, and a variety of international influences. Only a few original interiors remain although many hints of the past can be seen in pressed tin ceilings, smoke-stained exposed brickwork and vintage windows.
Netflix has produced some remarkable films over the years. This month I would like to celebrate their incredible artistic output by providing a list of my top five favourite films produced by the streaming service
You don’t have to be an artist to experience the calm at the centre of the storm. We all know what it’s like when the world fades away and all that’s left is the task in front of you, being in the zone.
Two different themes happen this month however in all, it’s a really great month bringing lots of improvements in people’s lives.
Virtually every PC comes with virus protection these days. Windows Defender is built in. While not a perfect antivirus (there is no perfect antivirus) it’s pretty solid.
This month, Sadie took to the streets, restaurants, trails, campsites, and a few other dimly lit corners of Fernie to beseech the masses about the choices they’ve made in life.
This film features Joaquim Phoenix as Callahan, Jonah Hill as his A.A. sponsor, and Rooney Mara as Annu, Callahan’s love interest. Find out if Andrew gives it two thumbs up.
Like sailing, the life of an artist, while attractive in many ways, can seem impractical before you embark. There is no clear way forward, there is no guarantee that it will lead to success no matter how you define it or any kind of stability.
October marks the beginning of an explosion of astrological aspects in which we will be creating new connections in our emotional life! Explosion is definitely the right word since some of these connections will require a force similar to the dynamite used to make new roads on solid rock!
Some people love to read books for hours, Marcus just loves to draw or paint and find it’s relaxing and calming.
The Fernie Museum is excited to present BENT ON ART, a pop-up exhibition featuring the works of 15 Kootenay queer artists from September 28 to October 14, 2018. The exhibit is being hosted in collaboration with the Fernie Pride Society as part of the Elk Valley Pride Festival.