Last week when I was travelling I discovered something about car rental tires, and it’s worth thinking about if you’re planning on driving a rental in Canada during the winter.
Compared to some of my media friends, I’m not really all that busy (Bryan, I’m looking at you), but there is a lot going on these days and I thought I should take the time to post a little update, especially considering it will give you an idea when you may want to check back here for stories and more updates.
Once a year, the world–and especially the United States and Canada–join together to partake in the Oscar nominations: an event like few others that inspires a chorus of cheers, jeers, and sneers, from all manner of film fans.
Four Canadians are among the 29 semi-finalists in the running for the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl competition, which has a grand prize of $1 million dollars and a dream job with Universal Pictures, and they have just one week left to see if they make it into the top 10.
Don’t be fooled by the cute factor–Fizz & Sprinklez are happily not kid friendly, but they’re very, very funny.
This has been a great, great, great year for me and The GATE. I think I can safely say that 2014 set all sorts of records for me and the site. From week to week there was always a lot going on, and even when it was hard keeping up, it was wonderful.
Apothic Dark is a limited release red wine out of California with an average price–$15.95–for a wine that is full of character and Old World style that has a modern edge.
There was delicious smoke in the air at AFT bar a couple of weeks ago when Knob Creek invited a few media friends and bloggers to try our hands at mixing drinks and tasting some fine BBQ dishes.
The season finale of Doctor Who, starring Peter Capaldi as The Doctor and Jenna Coleman as Clara Oswald, is just days away, and that made me realize I never shared something spectacular from earlier this year: my Doctor Who-themed birthday cookies.
Last week I finally made it to Washington, DC for a quick tour through America’s capital, which was a fantastic introduction to the city, even if it left me wishing I had more time in the great city.