What do you even write about when the whole world’s burning down? Multibillion-dollar sports empires ended their seasons early. The travel industry shut down in one fell swoop. I didn’t start talking about COVID-19 right away because it was all anyone could talk about, but as soon as we closed schools down for three weeks… Continue reading Why I Made The Corona Chronicles A Series
Whenever I worry I’m giving my boys a little too much screen time, I remember growing up on a generous diet of cartoons, comic books and video games—and I think everything turned out fine. It Feels Like a Lifetime Ago…. You see, way back when, I was the archetype of what you’d call a nerd—oversized… Continue reading Nelson Caetano | Playing with People’s Attention
I was driving the five minutes home from dropping off a friend as I saw several police cars zoom by westbound in front of me—we’re just one street away from the Danforth. I was woefully unaware of what was happening only five minutes away. Unaware, that is until the messages started pouring in. “Please tell me… Continue reading This IS Toronto. What Do We DO About It?
And then sometimes you need to take a step back and handle your ish. With Father’s Day come and gone for 2018, I was finally free to take stock of everything going on in the rest of my life, and it was a mess. A to-do list 270 items deep. Friends and family whose voices… Continue reading Drekken Pownz & Jemmie Robles | Be Fabulous
Once you go rack, you never go back. The problem with eating delicious meat is that lesser cuts just don’t taste the same once you have! When Paramount Fine Foods invited myself and a few other tastemakers to the grand opening of their Yonge & Eglinton Paramount Butcher Shop location (pun intended), I expected good… Continue reading Paramount Butcher Shop Yonge & Eglinton