I hope you will gain a new appreciation for the complexity of a country that, against many odds, has become a beacon of civilization in our modern times.
This fall, more through accident than design, I ended up at a trio of “I’d never go to that” happenings. In each case, I’m glad I did.
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A first for this blog – Kelley Teahen, Director of Communications and Marketing at Parachute, Canada’s national charity dedicated to injury prevention – wrote this entry! Kelley gained a wide experience in the communications space over her career. She began in journalism and bridged into communications as Media Relations…
How a cook who likes to plan deals with the surprises of a Farm Share.
When it came time for me to buy a winter coat a couple years ago, I thought it might be nice to get a pop of colour in the exterior wardrobe.
Of many things I did not know about Jimi Hendrix, the most surprising turned out to be that this rock icon had a serious case of Handel worship.
On our recent travel to London, England, we met a woman was walking her white Scottie dog, whose scarf was a riff on the British flag.
London may not have the largest collection of art galleries on the planet but there still are far more places to see visual arts than one can take in on one trip
From our “London Calling” files, a look back at 2017’s outstanding “stage stars” along the Thames River.