Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine’s January 2020 issue is focused on the theme of hope and new starts for the new decade.
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The January 2020 issue of Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine started distribution today. The theme for our first issue of the decade is “hope.” Thanks to the dozens and dozens of contributors who participated in this issue by sharing your vision for a better Revelstoke over the next 10 years. Climate change loomed large in the minds of our contributors, as they shared their ideas and local solutions to the issues. It was heartening to hear the resolve to find solutions and push the community forward towards better ways of doing things. There’s a lot more new things this issue, including a new food columnist exploring unique food stories, an exploration of New Years rituals, a prod to get on your bike during the winter, a feature on Revy’s Mr. Techno-Future, our new mascot Uto, artist colabs, a new numbers-focused graphic feature, arts features and much more in our second biggest issue to date. None of it’s online until Jan. 1, so pick up your paper copy today! Thanks again to our many contributors and supporters! We’re stoked on our redesign and are raring to enter 2020 with plans to radically revamp our online focus to leave the old, broken ways of doing community journalism behind and forge ahead with new, relevant and experimental ways of doing digital journalism that meet the challenges of our contemporary information environment. Lastly, thanks to all our advertisers! You make this happen! Readers, if you like what you see, please consider ways organizations or businesses you’re involved in can support us. 😊 🥳 Happy New Year!
Our print edition is available for free at over 200 locations across town — pick up your copy at public venues, hotels, shops, cafes and wherever Revelstoke gathers to meet.
Happy New Year and enjoy the new issue!