Authors Articles by Jeannine Taylor

Articles by Jeannine Taylor

Jeannine Taylor
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Jeannine Taylor is the CEO and publisher of kawarthaNOW.com and a contributing writer. She's a self-professed geek and early adopter. She's also a vegetarian, music lover, and arts enthusiast. Jeannine would rather be at the cottage kayaking, boating, reading, paddle boarding, or biking with her border collie Tess. You can follow her on Instagram @wired_woman or on Twitter @wiredwoman.
Nominations for the 2019 Women in Business and Judy Heffernan Awards close on March 16, 2019, with nominees announced on March 17 and the awards presentation taking place on April 9, 2019. Members of the organizing committee include (from left to right): Amy Simpson, Sofie Andreou, Gwyneth James, Carrie Warkford, and Charlina Westbye. Simpson and James are both past recipients of the Woman in Business Award, Andreou is a past recipient of the Judy Heffernan award, and Westbye is the daughter of the late Judy Heffernan. (Photo: Women's Business Network of Peterborough)

Nominate an extraordinary women for the 2019 Women in Business and Judy Heffernan Awards

Nominations close March 16, tickets now available for the awards dinner on April 9
This capture of a magnificent snowy owl by Robert Metcalfe was the top post on our Instagram for January 2019, with almost 11,000 impressions and 835 likes. (Photo: Robert Metcalfe @robert.a.metcalfe / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for January 2019

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Indigenous poet Rebecca Thomas and comedian Deborah Kimmett are the keynote speakers for the third annual International Women's Day Conference in Peterborough on Friday, March 8th. Between the speaker presentations, conference attendees will be able to participate in two of six 75-minute workshops on leadership, relationships, mental health, and more. (Supplied photos)

Speaker and workshop lineup announced for International Women’s Day Conference in Peterborough

Third annual conference features speakers Rebecca Thomas and Deborah Kimmett and six workshops on leadership, relationships, mental health, and more.
This Sturgeon Lake sunset shot by Joe Yusiw was the top post on our Instagram for December 2018, with more than 7,000 impressions and 652 likes. (Photo: Joe Yusiw @kawartha_joe / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for December 2018

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
After the future of the event was thrown into question, a group of artists and organizations have come together to save the First Friday Art Crawl, which sees galleries and arts-based businesses in downtown Peterborough open their doors to the public at the same time on the first Friday evening of every month. Pictured is local artist Joe Stable (second from right), whose Acme Art & Sailboat Co. gallery on the third floor of the Commerce Building regularly participates in the event. (Photo: Peterborough DBIA)

First Friday Art Crawl in downtown Peterborough is saved and returning February 1

Local group organizes quickly after future of event thrown into question in December.
Throughout 2018, kawarthaNOW shared the work of local photographers on our Instagram and we've selected 18 of the most-viewed photos of 2018. This photo of "ice flowers" at Lock 27 in Young's Point, taken by Travis Tedford, was the sixth most popular photo we shared in 2018. (Photo: Travis Tedford @travistedford / Instagram)

Top 18 of 2018: our local photographer all-stars

The top posts from our Instagram by local Kawartha photographers in 2018
Mike Andrews, owner of Mike's Tattoo & Piercings in downtown Peterborough, working on a tattoo design. After more than 11 years at his Water Street location, Mike is moving to George Street in the former location of The Nutty Chocolatier, which he is currently renovating. The new location is set to open on January 3, 2019. (Photo: Jeremy Kelly / FILMKelly)

Mike’s Tattoo moving to George Street in downtown Peterborough

Larger space opening in former Nutty Chocolatier location will allow owner Mike Andrews to expand his services.
A video of this deer swimming in a river near Buckhorn was the top post on our Instagram for October 2018. (Photo: The Highlands Cottages @thehighlandscottages / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for October 2018

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas,
A detail of "Rebirth and Resilience", the latest public art mural in the the City of Peterborough Public Art Program, which was officially unveiled today at the YES Shelter for Youth and Families building at 196 Brock Street in downtown Peterborough. The mural created by Toronto-based artists Caitlin Taguibao and Andrea Manica. (Photo: Jeannine Taylor / kawarthaNOW.com)

Latest Peterborough public art mural unveiled at YES Shelter

'Rebirth and Resilience' featuring dandelions and strawberries was created by Toronto-based artists Caitlin Taguibao and Andrea Manica
This photo by Joe Yusiw of a Monday morning sunrise on Big Bald Lake in Kawartha Lakes was the top photo on our Instagram for September 2018. (Photo: Joe Yusiw @kawartha_joe / Instagram)

Our top nine Instagram photographers for September 2018

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.

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