Anastasia didn’t wrap the fruit trees, windows low to the ground … abandoned izba, peasant house, in Zalesye village, near Chernobyl …
Author Nick Bantock takes a side long look at our innate humanity in these times of epidemic mediocrity, banal reality TV and slip sliding politicians.
Published author Lyndsey D’Arcangelo shares her passion and motivation for writing and talks about her latest novel, The Education of Queenie McBride.
Steve Duck shares with us that there is a better way to make use of our discarded plastics. Check out this video of a remarkable Japanese invention that turns plastic, into oil!
My mother Magda has me fitted at the seamstress. Die Schneiderin measures my waist, the length of my arm. The hemline. Buttons. Belt. “White for a First Communion dress. And a short-sleeved summer dress.”
Vegas is such a crazy place. You can find anything you want…. including deep fried Twinkies!
It’s the dream of most designers to make good money at what they do, but in reality it’s often a labor of love. I was at a barbecue this weekend when a relative asked me “Why do you work in design when you could be making real money?” This led me to actually think about […]
Visiting Quebec City with a tourism guide certainly is interesting for the historical aspect of your journey. Here is a list of seven things that are not likely to end up in your tourism guide, but that you must do while you are in Quebec City.
Guest Author Mary Piggott shares her thoughts on advertising and reflecting on the movie Ways of Seeing which was shown on the BBC.
Over the past decade, the condominium industry has seen an astonishing amount of growth. In some cities like Montreal and Quebec, the industry even seems to be growing out of control: the city’s landscape is undoubtedly being changed by the numerous condo buildings appearing everywhere, in every neighborhood.