I was a cheese hick. The deli counter at the Market on Yates was like the Big City: bright, colourful and intimidating, with more than a few odd smells wafting out of the corners. To me, it was a brand new world — and a scary one.
Posts Categorized: Culture
We may not hear Indigenous languages every day, but they are being revived
Whether you’re an early bird mapping out the sales or just a casual passerby, you can never be sure how good a sale is going to be until you arrive.
A true neighbourhood pub.
Cycling events bring pros and amateurs together
A photo essay of Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo
The most recent to add to the UVic’s Department of Writing’s literary yield is Yasuko Thanh, who earned both her B.A. and M.F.A. in Creative Writing from UVic. Last month she launched her first collection of short stories, Floating Like the Dead.
God of Carnage speaks to the ironic evolution — or devolution — of human beings through satirical humor and carefully foiled characters.
Salmon, that is. For a long time, my only real knowledge of how to make fish involved the use of a can opener and some sharp cheddar; but while a tuna melt is great, it can get a little boring after a while.