Eleven articles this month - from both sides of the River. Enjoy after a swim! [Photo from the Ian Coristine Collection, © Photo Ian Coristine/1000IslandsPhotoArt.com]
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A story of two remarkable people, whose lives were culturally significant, but who were largely undiscovered in their own community.
The eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) isn’t really a crop-bearing tree, but it has borne priceless “fruit” for American democracy.
In the old farmhouse where I lived as a child, my bedroom was at the top of the stairs. A quick turn left and you entered a small bedroom with a window facing north – due north.
When you hear the name Rick Casali, I want you to think of beautifully painted portraits and impressive sculptures.
My name is Annie, I was born in South Lake, Frontenac County, Ontario, Canada, 16 June 1858. I lived a normal life for my time, except my husband was fascinated with time travel. Time travelling killed him but not me!
Grenadier Island was a busy farming community well before the government established its lighthouse in 1856.
As one can observe on any given early evening in the Park, residents gather on their porches, regaling each other with stories of days gone by, and of current events and gossip, making our porches the heart of the summer home.
Rum runner, bootlegger, speakeasy, bathtub gin. All of these words and phrases are synonymous with American Prohibition, a failed social experiment that began in 1920 and ended in failure in 1933.
While President Chester A. Arthur came to the Thousand Islands. In "A Summer at Thousand Island House", the President was instrumental in . . .
Sudoku update hot off the press … four new Sudoku puzzles for July that await your solving! #157-#160