Inspired by the hit TV series Glee, Julie Harrison reflects back on her former life as a “Gleek” in the high school drama club.
As Twitter readies itself for the plunge into advertising, Neil Johnston explores the impact on social media. Is this going to be a big yawn or a big wave? And what will it mean for you?
A mother of two struggles through childcare, kids’ parties and massive tooth pain, and ponders the blessings and burdens of motherhood.
When we constantly look outside ourselves for happiness we become shadows of what we truly are: unfulfilled hollowed spirits with no real sense of purpose, desperately in search of an ever-elusive happiness.
I never went to the war. Sometimes I think I missed something very important. Like the ripples on the pond echoing down the years, there seems to be no missing anything. All it takes is time.
As part of International Guitar Month, writer Rob Jones celebrates the guitar by highlighting influential and innovative players through out the decades. You might not have heard of some of them…but you should.
Trefusis, the home of 31,000 sheep in Tasmania, produces some of the finest wools worldwide. In fact, Tasmania’s merino wool is the choice for exclusive Zegna Italian suits.
For International Guitar Month, we would be terribly remiss if we overlooked the master — Jeff Beck.
“Wisteria. Sounds like hysteria. The faintest brush of purple. Woody. Twining. Ethereal. Angels could rest here.” Writer Kerry Slavens ponders living, and dying, and the seasons of pain.
I’m often told that my parents sound like they were very interesting people. I suppose they were. At least, they were interesting, if not a tad puzzling, to a neighbour of theirs one summer day many years ago. He had recently bought the house across the street from their place and had a perfect view […]