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Genre-crossing work engrossing for King fans

Posted on October 1, 2015

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com The post-apocalyptic and horror genres of fiction have inevitably overlapped since both enjoyed a huge flowering of popularity after… Read More »

Taber corn a threat to U.S. security

Posted on September 24, 2015

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com Another family vacation is in the books and once again there was plenty of interesting observations to be had… Read More »

That time I took a job at the Herald and said ‘goodbye’ in a column…

Posted on September 18, 2015

By J.W. Schnarr Vauxhall Advance jwschnarr@tabertimes.com Well, this is it, Taber! I'm going to take a break from my usual rambling about science, geek culture,… Read More »

Religious epics and low-budget sci-fi: The 1950s

Posted on September 10, 2015

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com The 1950s were an era of boundless optimism in North America, where a generation tempered and sobered by the… Read More »

The subtleties of judging corn

Posted on September 3, 2015

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com It has now been a little more than a handful times I have been asked to judge corn at… Read More »

A look at Taber: Post nuclear fall out

Posted on August 27, 2015

By J.W. Schnarr Vauxhall Advance jwschnarr@tabertimes.com Ever watched old film footage of a nuclear detonation and wondered what it might be like to see it… Read More »

Verne’s undersea epic a masterpiece

Posted on August 21, 2015

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com Before the Age of Enlightenment and an emergence from our infantile technological somnolescence in the early 19th century, the… Read More »

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