Chris Nuttall-Smith was the second best restaurant reviewer I’ve ever read on Toronto’s culinary scene. My late friend Gina Mallet was the best.
It’s amazing how many world events we can forget or simply overlook when we’re otherwise engaged.
We’ve checked out Belize, Costa Rica, Mexico and Florida and none seem to suit retirement. So now we’re thinking of going “home” to the UK.
With a late ice storm forecast, the Slobbovian bagel harvest might be doomed.
How can folks live without a companion pet around the house? In my case it’s been cats 10, dogs 1.
How to avoid breaking the law on Christmas Day.
When the Last Post sounds I get an enormous lump in my throat.
Today, February 13, 2015, would have been the 77th birthday of my late cousin, the actor Oliver Reed, famed for his tough-guy roles and his hard-drinking ways.
In memory of my father Acting Captain Kenneth Launcelot Napier-Andrews, RASC March 21, 1916 – June 27, 1996 Captured at Singapore and enslaved by the Japanese on the Burma Railway 1942 – 1945 […]
Living with one’s name can be a burden, but let’s not obsess about it. Or shall we?