07 October 2013
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, we shouldn't need an appointment for years.
This autumn, we maintained an annual tradition - harvesting well over 100 (yes, one hundred) pounds of apples from a local orchard, hauling them home, and then standing over them in the kitchen wondering why on earth we needed so many.
19 September 2013
A year ago, I'd never thought twice about professional cycling. A year ago, Lance Armstrong still had all his accolades, and the Tour de France was as unfamiliar as Quebec City felt when we first moved here. Then, last September, I received an assignment to cover the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec, one of only three world class pro cycling races held in North America.
06 September 2013
There is definitely a story....
That is most certainly the case for three special glasses of wine I sampled recently. Thanks to a tip from a fellow writer at the QCT, I made contact with a fellow whose business it is to navigate the complex regulations governing how wine, beer, and other spirits make it into Quebeckers' glasses.