FROM THE ARCHIVE: Anyone who might have thought that a busy kitchen was a well-oiled machine learns differently from Bourdain’s tell-all, which reveals that you should never eat fish on a Monday, and that if you’re a fan of eggs benny, you’re the most hated kind of restaurant-goer there is.
From games and gaming to puzzles and crafting, our preferences and tastes during leisure time can prove indicators of other aspects of ourselves, individually and as a social body.
Practical, certainement, but buying books online does lack the romance of browsing through a certain iconic Parisian bookshop.
For half a century David Suzuki has been a cautioning voice about our stewardship of the planet.
“You won’t believe you’re in Canada,” says food writer Jennifer Cockrall-King.
Rather than revisiting raspberry cordial, broken slates, and puffed sleeves, the new series will instead focus on an original set of adventures for Anne and her Avonlea friends.
The global acclaim of Vancouver’s International Airport can be perhaps attributed, in part, to the tranquility that its native artwork collection brings to the typically hectic airport environment.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: “Hold all my calls, I’m sleeping with Mr. Darcy tonight!” So went my cheeky last words to the innkeeper at The Peacock at Rowsley Hotel. A mere year ago, Colin Firth slipped between these very sheets.
In his third novel, The Horrors: An A to Z of Funny Thoughts on Awful Things, Canadian comedian Charles Demers explores the defining traumas of his life through a series of abecedarian essays in which no topic is too sensitive.