Living in the multicultural society that we do, I am sure many of you have friends who are from India. Maybe most you already know about what I am going to explain in the next few paragraphs, but I feel it is compulsory to let those of you who don’t know that there are a […]
A writer and sports enthusiast looks at what his life might have been like if he hadn’t spent so much of it watching and playing sports.
Graduation? I didn’t understand what the big deal was! Why would I waste a whole day in stuffy high school gym getting bored with the long speeches?
How serious is it when you don’t cheer for your home team? A Vancouver resident admits to his love of the Edmonton Oilers, and a weakness for ice cream bars.
I like to write on Sunday mornings after a coffee with a couple of friends because it is the time I feel the most refreshed. This past Sunday I started out with the hopes of writing a fantastic piece that I would be able to send off into cyberspace and look forward to the opinions […]
Anyone who has ever lost a cell phone knows about the alienation, the free-floating anxiety, the sense that all is not right in the world.
In hockey, it’s easy to focus on winning against the opposing team. But as one player discovers, hockey is about way more than just winning.
When J.D. Salinger, the reclusive author of The Catcher in the Rye, died recently, he left a huge void for many people who were ardent followers of his writing and his myth.
“Who are you going to pray to? Those bearded guys with the towels on their heads?” he sneered … I wanted to punch that kid in the face. “Hey, I can pray to whoever I want!”