Author Edna Doll encounters some picturesque characters with interesting stories in Picadilly Head, Newfoundland.
Toronto Has a Seedy Underbelly Forget “tres cool cafes” – see the depraved and the forgotten By Paul Carlucci The October winds canvas Yonge Street like a pack of effervescent politicos on the campaign trail: toothy, insistent, and altogether intrusive. The dawn is nigh, and the streets are void of any benign strain of humanity. […]
In search of the elusive Orca By Beth D’Addono I felt the rhythm of my life change once I got out on a sea kayak in the middle of Johnstone Strait, an island-filled passageway off of Vancouver Island in British Columbia. I discovered that in this remote wilderness, a watch is a useless piece of […]
Any Time of Year, Montreal and Quebec City are Fine Destinations for Travelers By Beth D’Addono It’s high time Quebec City stepped out of Montreal’s shadow as a tourist destination of international proportion. While Montreal deserves its share of glory — its jazz festival is world-class, its restaurants sublime, Quebec City is no lightweight. Located […]