Submitted by Deborah O’Connor. Have we all become a bunch of whining micro-managers? Sure, everyone is entitled to their opinion, but when did our opinions take over our lives?
It’s been a busy fall season online for supplicants urging us to sign petitions, send emails and share posts, all in attempts to raise awareness of issues and perhaps, just maybe effect change. Just this last week I’ve been exhorted…
Being a lover of documentaries, and a follower of businesses that buck trends, of course I had to watch a show produced last year by American broadcaster CNBC titled "Costco Craze: Inside the Warehouse Giant" when it was shown recently.
Following the tragic shooting of a teenager in Toronto by one overly eager police officer,
First, a confession. I like to stay up late, always have. There's something about the house being so quiet when there's only me awake that fills me with a sense of freedom.
Seems to be that time again. The Boss and his faithful companion/wife Doreen are off on another adventure. This time it’s south to Ecuador, where the weather was unseasonably cool the day before the trip began.
The saga of the backyard hens in Cobourg may have entered a new stage with the extension to October of the Town's deadline for them to be moved from their home, but a new wrinkle has been added that is…
Up until the beginning of July I really had no opinion of Adam Giambrone, other than lumping him generally into that category of men who lie when caught doing something wrong.
While the cart has left the barn on Munroe Street, courtesy of an earlier post from the Boss, I was always told better late than never so here goes. Took until last evening to get the photo to my computer,…
Following Town employees acting like eager beavers and hastily hacking down the natural garden on the boulevard in front of Councillor Miriam Mutton’s home,