Authors Posts by Ashley Mussbacher

Ashley Mussbacher


Snapshots: banks, behavioural issues, Tim Hortons, and fashion

Curtailed commentary on current conditions: banks, behavioural issues, Tim Hortons, and fashion.

Bob Dylan’s Shadows in the Night pairs well with alcohol and...

Some music only works when the sky is black, the moon is high, and you’re three glasses deep into that scotch you thought you were saving for something.

Climbing life’s ladder not the only measure of success

I’m glad the practical thinkers are going into those fields, and I’m happy they have chosen to climb the vertical ladder of life.

A beginner’s guide to graphics cards for PC gamers

If you’ve always thought about playing games on the PC, but don’t know if your computer will handle some of the newer releases, you might be in the market for a graphics card.

Fraser Valley Express as badly timed as local bus service

The Fraser Valley Express (FVX) — a rapid transit route connecting Chilliwack, Abbotsford, and Langley — has finally arrived.

CIVL Shuffle: Eclectic edition

Host of Everything Indie on CIVL Radio, and The Cascade’s business dude, Joe Johnson had an eclectic mix this past week.

After 10 years, Kintsugi is Death Cab’s reawakening

Death Cab for Cutie pioneered the sounds of early 21st-century indie rock.

UFV conference opens international dialogue on positive change in communities

By Nadine Moedt (The Cascade) – Email Print Edition: April 8, 2015 Two years ago, UFV’s social work faculty envisioned hosting an international conference to facilitate a...

Guest lecturer Lydia Amir speaks on the links between humour and...

Philosophy has a reputation of self-seriousness.

Riding into the sunset: Graduation is an ending — and the...

One of the most time-consuming and important parts of publishing The Cascade each week is its cover.