There’s an Internet meme floating around about McDonald’s that makes me laugh. It explains that, for a child, a visit to the golden arches is a success and a triumph, something to celebrate; dining there as an adult, on the other hand, is viewed as a failure.
With thousands of eateries in Greater Victoria, where a rich and diverse cultural melting pot never stops bubbling over, variety truly is the spice of life. In fact, our fair city holds the rather impressive distinction of hosting the second-highest number of dining establishments per capita for the entire continent — ranking just below San Francisco.
A summer with the Mountain Legacy Project
I recently read an article on dailygalaxy.com (“Space Euphoria: Do our brains change when we travel in outer space?”) that revealed a significant number of astronauts who have travelled into outer space have experienced what could be called a “spiritual awakening.”
Did you watch the Olympics? How about that opening ceremony? Amazing, wasn’t it? And how about the opening of the Paralympics? Oh. Yeah, I missed it, too.
Our generation flails around a lot trying to figure out who we should be. One of the reasons we do this is because of that line we were told as kids about being an individual. We’re told not to be ashamed of who we are, and that we all have value.
Fresco Jesus has a posse.
New educational incentives in U.S. cross a line — and it’s not a yellow brick one
The recent tragic shooting at the victory party for Quebec’s new PQ premier, Pauline Marois, was highly disturbing — well beyond the fact that it left innocent victims in its wake.
Failure to report replanting activities among problems at Fort St. James woodlots