April 2013
Two trickles of blood on skin

Private Function

Posted: April 30, 2013 at 4:06 am   /   The 401

By Mary Fraughton I walk around the main hall, keeping carefully to the edges. When I trod on someone’s toes, I turn to apologize and nearly collide with an elderly man who is wearing nothing but a red g-string. Several feet in front of me is a massage table with another naked man lying on it. […]

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Private Function (Part Two)

Posted: April 30, 2013 at 4:00 am   /   Featured

Sarah is jumping with excitement when we wrap up there. She drags me over to the sandwich table again. The next workshop, she explains, is by the man who runs “Bound2Please” — a Vancouver Island based company that makes floggers and restraints. She works for him, enjoys working with the leather and suede. His name […]

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Tyra the sturgeon

Moving day for VIU’s sturgeon

Posted: April 13, 2013 at 4:39 pm   /   Vee-Ai-Yi-Yi

 By Alexandria Stuart  It’s a warm, sunny day and I’m taking a refreshing swim in Cameron Lake,  just outside of Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, when something grazes my leg. It’s smooth but not scaly. Its texture is more like rows of firm, bony plates. I flash back to every horror movie I’ve ever seen […]

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Arrows waiting to go

Archery’s new cool

Posted: April 4, 2013 at 10:31 pm   /   North V.I.

By Diane Bolt  Archers and archery have been a hot commodity in Hollywood lately. Pixar’s Brave, the super hero film The Avengers, and teen blockbuster The Hunger Games have all featured characters making their way based on prowess with a bow and arrow. Taking aim at the trend, Incline decided to head out and see if […]

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