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These cakes get a creepy twist

The cute culinary delights of Halloweens past are no more

Bamberton book an important record of Island history

Bamberton: From Dust to Bust and Back By Maureen Alexander and Andrew S. Brown Bamberton Historical Society, 107 pp., $23. His name was Henry Kelway Gwyer Bamber.

Stella: When only the best will do

rostitution in Victoria probably began with the founding of Fort Victoria. P After the gold rush and the growth of the city, gradually brothels emerged in Victoria to serve different clientele.
Chef not shy to try unusual ingredients

Chef not shy to try unusual ingredients

After a rocky start, ants now accepted by Noma's patrons

A love of language fuels poet's Marvel

The Book of Marvels: A Compendium of Everyday Things By Lorna Crozier Greystone Books, 131 pp., $19.

Cider vinegar usually made from apples

Products range from mass-produced to pricier, made-in-Victoria gourmet

Things to go

Pumpkinfest: Halloween family fun with games, train rides, petting farm, face painting and entertainment. Today and Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Galey Farms, 4150 Blenkinsop Rd. Tel. 250-477-5713.

Young adult's bruises a sign of trouble

Dear Drs. Donohue and Roach: I am covered with bruises. It looks like I've been in a ring doing mixed martial arts. I haven't. I haven't bumped myself. I do my best to cover them up, but I wonder what's up. Do you have any idea? I don't feel sick.
This cookbook focuses on health of your brain

This cookbook focuses on health of your brain

There's no magic bullet, authors say, but right choices can help you later
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