Can we take a moment to rave about the leaves in Vancouver this fall? What kind of weather hoodoo has brought us these amazing colours? I can’t remember a year where the trees looked so vibrant. Photographers and painters are out in full force. The cherry blossom selfie sticks have found new life.
It may be 2017, but Margaret Atwood‘s 1985 The Handmaid’s Tale is 17 weeks at the top of The New York Times Best Sellers list and the source for Bruce Miller’s award winning Hulu series, starring Elisabeth Moss. A few quotes from this chilling novel make it clear why Atwood’s work is
Ginger Plantains, Jambalaya and Biscuits, Frijoles Charros, Miso Barley Bowl, Bourbon Sombrero, Strawberry Swirl Milk Popsicle. These are some of the more than 100 recipes you will find in The Gastown Foodie – the latest offering from Brad Hill’s Foodie Cookbook series. The recipes are gleaned from 37 eateries across Gassy Jack’s
Santiago Ramón y Cajal started sketching the brain in the 1800s, yet his more than 3,000 drawings are still in use today. This Nobel-prize winning ‘Father of Neuroscience’ was as much artist as scientist. From an early age, he showed the single-mindedness found in so many exceptional brains. When birds