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February blooms & berries in Barsby Park

February blooms and berries in Barsby Park amid the sodden blankets and cardboard of the city’s homeless population before the inevitable 58-unit riverfront condominium development supplants all with synthetic building materials and occupants. Photos © Kim Goldberg

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We Have A Winner!

The winner of Friday’s contest to name the location of Nanaimo’s now-absent Heritage Fly Museum is Nanaimo’s own Theresa Hood. Congratulations Theresa! Your prize of one micro-book from Pig Squash Press will be mailed shortly. And the winning answer is: … Continue reading

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RED ZONE – Where will YOU sleep tonight?

   RED ZONE poems of homelessness & urban decay by Kim Goldberg September 2009 150 pages, 60+ photos  $18.95   By official estimates, three hundred people live and sleep on the streets of Nanaimo, British Columbia. On any given day, … Continue reading

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