21 Jul 19
Stop the Madness

Yesterday was a BIG day. Thanks to Jennifer’s big sister we were able to spend the day pampering and enjoy a great day with plenty of freebies and DEEP discounts! Jen’s day started with a bowl of Organic Raspberries while still in bed. Quick stop to pick up a donut on the way to her […]

20 Jul 19
The Case for Global Film

One’s favourite film from a major artist such as Alfred Hitchcock tends to fluctuate over time; but for the last few years I have felt that this title is the most enjoyable and the finest of the productions directed by Hitchcock in Hollywood. It is a completely studio film, shot on the Paramount lot, though […]

18 Jul 19

Adapted from my notebooks, written between 2006-2011 I can’t crow enough about how much I love playwright Clifford Odets (1906-1963). He is one of the few American writers of realism of whom it can truly be said that his dialogue rises to the level of poetry. It is an alchemical feat…indeed, for me, anyway, he […]

16 Jul 19
In The Know Cycling

Meet chilly weather head on with the Woolrich Women’s Siskiyou Fleece Jacket. Its high-pile fleece material offers reliable warmth, while the high collar ensures no chilly wind can find its way in. You’ll be able to move freely, even with your favorite sweater on underneath, thanks to the raglan…

15 Jul 19

The Patrol Down Parka from Woolrich offer stylish warmth and protection from the elements. This waterproof/breathable jacket is ideal for long days out in cool weather, and its 650-fill insulation provides impeccable warmth in changing weather conditions. The Patrol also features a removable 100% coyote fur ruff, a merino wool lining and double baffled construction […]

14 Jul 19
In The Know Cycling

Exploration Heritage Eco Rich Packable Vest – Men’s