Who are your female heroes? For Rosie Bitts, it took a long time of searching for her to find the type of women to whom she could relate and felt like she wanted to emulate. Burlesque queen Tura Santana was one of those women.
Archives for February 2011
Houseboating and fishing on the River Murray in South Australia leads to some hilarious and awe-inspiring moments for a family on an adventure.
A dark voice out of Newfoundland, writer Kenneth J. Harvey has received accolades for his novels, stories and poems, but at heart, Harvey just writes because that’s what he has to do.
Sara Karkpatrick woman remembers her grandmother’s house, which was not the stereotypical “grandma house” filled with sunlight, smiles and baking.
With the pirates and ninjas of the world becoming a tiresome meme, Mike Vardy is bringing barbarians back — and he needs your help.
An arranged marriage between a Canadian man and an Indian woman turns out to be a strong love match, despite the fact that one loves hockey and the other adores cricket.
With a wink and a nudge, David Lennam explores the feverishly excessive roots of Valentine’s Day — and today’s overrated orgy of commercialism.
That Kind of Girl has created some cheeky valentines to celebrate the romantic qualities of former U.S. presidents. Take a look — you’ll “love” what you see.
Wouldn’t it be great to be born on Valentine’s Day? Susie Ivory didn’t think so when she learned she had to share her birthday with everyone else’s romance.
Flowers are the ultimate Valentine’s gift so in honour of the season Andrea K. Paterson shares a story about an orchid that taught her a lesson of love.