Lessons from Victor Hugo

In 1831, Victor Hugo published the masterpiece of European literature known as the Hunchback of Notre-Dame. I am currently working my way through the spirals, twists, and sophisticated nuances of its pages, and am struck by the already-present sense of regret over things lost. Victor Hugo presents a bitterness against those who would disregard the…

Mill St. Cobblestone Stout-One of My Favourites

Apparently this post was unfortunately published prematurely-I intended it to only be registered as a draft: I apparently have much yet to learn about the wonderful world of wordpress! Hopefully it will not be neglected due to my mistake, but herein lies a more comprehensive evaluation of what is perhaps my most highly esteemed local…

Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company

As I am writing this, I am about to enjoy my Friday beer tasting, but I wanted to mention a delicious sampling that I was able to partake of as I frequented the local lcbo. Sweet, wet, and smooth with a pleasant bubbling in the back of the throat. A light but flavourful and very…

Why men’s coloured pants are on sale…

It matters very little how many celebraties and models the fashion world convinces to don their newest plan for invigorating men’s fashion-there are some lines that simply will not be crossed. As a man aspiring to reflect the nobility and sophistication that had previously been the persuit of gentlemen, I cannot say that this distresses…

Salmorejo-My Disappointing Foray

Hello Everyone, I have another food post for you, although this particular post may seem a bit inauthentic, as I did not particularly enjoy the recipe upon completion. However, I am sharing it with you because I was able to ascertain that-if you are a tomato lover, you will fall in love with this chilled…