If the weekend is your time for lighter reading (enough of that issues stuff!), try these articles from the new April edition of BayBuzz Digest …
Whiteboards Will Do — Brendan Webb’s humorous take on the councils’ budgeting process
It’s Only Papier-mâché — Tim Gilbertson in his caustic style says we’ve got our heads in the sand on global warming
The Romance of Wine — the third article in Mark Sweet’s series on the history of wine-making in Hawke’s Bay … this time recounting the history of Church Road winery and role of industry pioneer Tom McDonald
How I Learned to Cook — local master chef Kent Baddeley’s tribute to his fascinating grandmother, Rona
Commissioning Creativity — Brooks Belford tells what it was like for Jenny Scotland to commission an artwork from glass artist John Owens
If you’re planning your personal enrichment schedule for the coming month, check the events and offerings on BrainFood — our calendar of nutritious food for thought
And finally, the weekend is a good time to take the BayBuzz survey on health issues and concerns here in the Bay. We’ll be reporting the results to the DHB soon.