Renowned Canadian author/journalist/broadcaster Pierre Berton once described legendary Canadian political cartoonist Duncan Macpherson as "wild, expansive, sometimes bitterly sarcastic, often wicked and totally unpredictable." Toronto Star writer Jack Brehl sort.
Book review - The Last High - During a party in a well-to-do suburb of Vancouver, seven teenagers are rushed to the emergency room of a local hospital, as they.
In the summer of 1983, me and my old high school friend Scott embarked upon a weekend chartered bus trip to New York City to see Simon & Garfunkel perform.
Yogi: A Life Behind the Mask - Book review: Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra was not only one of the greatest catchers in the history of Major League Baseball, but was.
It’s a dream of every book author to see their work translated into different languages. It means that you can make contact with people from different cultures and make a.
Not Cancelled by Heather Down and Catherine Kenwell - Let's face it, since the COVID-19 pandemic broke out this past March, practically the whole world and everyday life shut down.
When many sleepaway summer camps announced that they would be shut down this year due to the Corona Virus pandemic, thousands of campers felt that their summer was ripped away.
In the spring of 1906, 15-year-old Blanche Tremblay was brought to the Montreal Recorder's Court, which was located in the old Montreal City Hall building before it was destroyed by.
The House of Kennedy - Like I have written before when I have reviewed any of his previous books, author James Patterson is a human writing machine. Whether it be.
The Splendid and the Vile - Exactly 75 years ago this month, Nazi Germany unconditionally surrendered to the Allies, which officially ended the European theatre of the Second World War..