The Allure and Peril of Social Media Financial Advice
A new generation of investors are taking advice from social media. But should they?
The Coywolf Clearing
Jeremy and Jules, have cameos in my latest food-world novel. Since they were on hand, imaginatively speaking, I sat them down for parallel interviews to talk about food and life.
Earth, Straw, and Cultural Revival in America’s Oldest Capital City
A Vast Watershed in Vancouver’s Backyard Is Now a UNESCO Biosphere
The glass sponge reefs in the Pacific Northwest absorb as much carbon in two and a half days as a hectare of forest does in a year.
My Punk Cultural Education Began in the Record Shops of 1980s Vancouver
My parents had grown up in the Depression, which was why they stockpiled food. I grew up in Maple Ridge, and so I stockpile culture.
Lessons From the Past Can Save the Future of Vancouver Home Design
Why Choosing the Right Brush Is Key to Your Hair-Care Routine
Food and Drink
The Master Ham Carver Bringing the Best of Spain to Vancouver
Curing authentic, acorn-fed Iberico ham is a labour of love that cannot be rushed.
Why I Wrote My Latest Book By Hand
I was hungry for a messier, deeper experience, something closer to an artisan’s relationship with wood or clay. I wanted to wrestle this new book into being.