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Dublin Writer's Museum.

I am not one for clichéd tourist destinations, always having preferred to browse the shelves of Shakespeare and Co in Paris rather than visit the Eiffel Tower.   1,036 more words


[Giveaway] Win 1 of 2 $25 Gift Cards to #CelebrateBC with White Spot

Summer has officially started, which means our local farms are also busy harvesting. BC produces a huge variety of fresh ingredients — cherries, blueberries, apples, peaches, corn, cheese, salmon, tomatoes, etc. 277 more words


Smiling on a Cloudy Day

Shortly after the publication of my first book, A Half-Forgotten Triumph, I outlined my initial thoughts on what was already being referred to as “the San Francisco book”: 623 more words

Tony Quarrington

Recipe: Simple Asian Cucumber Salad for the Summer

If you have been following our Instagram, you would see the photo of our homemade cucumber salad. It’s so easy to make yet it’s so delicious and refreshing for the summer. 199 more words


[Food Truck] Fat Duck Mobile Eatery

Weather has been so nice it’s to resist from going outside for lunch. Of course that also screams food truck season. Trying to hit up food trucks that I have yet to check out, I got to the end of the line up at Fat Duck Mobile Truck. 323 more words


A. de Botton - How Proust Can Change Your Life

After dinner, Proust got into his taxi with his hosts, Violet and Sydney Schiff, and without asking, Joyce followed them in. His first gesture was to open the window and his second to light a cigarette, both of which were life-threatening acts as far as Proust was concerned.

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Alexander O'Neill

Alexander O’Neill
b. 11 Sept 1811 in Pittsburgh, PA to Hugh O’Neill and Deborah Joyce
d. 16 Mar 1897 at New Albany, Floyd Co., IN… 109 more words