There is a smooth flow to life in San Miguel, at least for those of us here as visitors. Somehow, no matter how much I fill up my calendar, there is an ease to all of it that I never Continue reading Of tai chi and tortillas
In 2010, London, Ontario, school teacher Ryan Jarvis was caught taking photos of female students’ breasts using a pen camera. He was charged with voyeurism. In 2015, a trial court judge acquitted him; an acquittal that was upheld by the Continue reading When a pen is more than a pen
In 2007, Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, found herself lying on the floor, surrounded by blood. A long-time workaholic, she had collapsed from exhaustion and broken a cheekbone in her fall. This was a wakeup call Continue reading Who doesn’t love sleep?
In late January, Kingston was the centre of a major “terrorist” story. I live in Kingston; in fact, just a few blocks from one of the houses raided in the investigation. This was certainly the closest I had ever come Continue reading Just who do we call a terrorist?