Day One Moved into a new apartment. Day Seven Wanted cookies. Investigated cupboards. Shocked to find we didn’t have any cookies. Day Eight Thought about making cookies. Investigated fridge. Shocked to find we didn’t have any butter. Day Nine Bought butter. Day Ten Left butter on counter to warm up for baking process. Forgot about […]
Archives for September 2011
George Burden discovers that Father Goose is alive and well and living in Canada. His real name is Bill Lishman and you’ll read his story and say, “Oh, I know about him.”
What advice would you give yourself before you had children?
A collection of old journals tells Lorne Daniel some unexpected stories about himself.
From France’s farm country, Julia McLean writes about the art of making liqueurs from herbs and fruits, plus she offers up some divine recipes.
Visitors to Nova Scotia might not be surprised to find that the Canadian province, over the centuries, has hosted numerous prisoners of war (POWs). What many people may find surprising is that these prisoners at one point counted thousands of Americans.
In spite of significant obstacles due to deep and damaging messages by his grandmother, an author has his book published, and begins to absorb that reality.
Antarctica is compelling, challenging and still-mysterious continent place where a photojournalist can fall in love with a boat, a view and some fluffy brown chicks.
Mocked and marginalized for too long, science fiction is hot. Or at least it should be, says novelist Ben Coles, author of the military sci-fi novel Virtues of War.
Many dog owners train their dogs until they seem to “get it” and think they are done. Dog trainer Eric Brad suggests that there are other important aspects to consider when training your dog such as are proximity, distractions, repetition, and the ability to work at a distance and in different environments.