Remembering the Wondrous Life of Anthony Bourdain
When news spread in June 2018 that Anthony Bourdain died by suicide at 61, the shock, rippling across social media, felt seismic. Three years later, it seems that many people, like me, are still feeling the aftershocks.
Newsbites + Other Bits: A Weekly Roundup (vol. 5)
After a long hiatus, this weekly curation of content from different corners of the internet is back, featuring fun and insightful bits of gastronomic and boozy historical content as a break from the pandemic gloom.
A Belated Note on International Workers' Day
A reminder that Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were ardent pro-union supporters.
A Year or So Later: How My Life Has Changed Since the Onset of the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has invoked some of my curmudgeonly inner spirits, but it has also revealed that I don't want us to go back to what we considered "normal" because so much of it was wrong.
Newsbites + Other Bits: A Weekly Roundup (vol. 4)
In this weekly curation of content from different corners of the internet, I share information on the climate crisis, how badly countries around the world, including Canada, are dealing with it, a couple of visual delights to remind us why we must preserve our planet, and an extraordinary bit if you like chess or enjoyed Netflix's The Queen's Gambit.