Month: November 2012

A Beginners Guide to Wine Tasting.
Wine

A Beginners Guide to Wine Tasting.

Have you always wanted to be an expert wine taster but you just don’t know where to start? As usual, the best place to start is at the beginning. Down the road, you can be the wine aficionado you’ve always thought you should be. For now, you just need to […]

Book Review: The Fine Print.
Book Reviews

Book Review: The Fine Print.

The author, David Cay Johnston, an investigative award-winning reporter created a long awaited and much needed, book that all consumers of big companies must read. These companies have managed to persuade lawmakers by means of lobbyists and donating to politicians running for office to write laws that benefit them immensely. […]

Food and Wine Festivals
Wine

B and W Presents its Australian Portfolio.

Australian wineries in Ontario are represented by many agencies. Some promote popular, modestly priced wines, others specialize in better quality, medium to high priced, and many of them represent good value. B and W Wines, probably the most quality oriented agency, represents some of the best and best value wines. […]

Book Review: The Energy of Slaves.
Book Reviews

Book Review: The Energy of Slaves.

This seminal book authored by one of the most accomplished investigative journalists in Canada provides a moral framework in which to consider the current state of energy entitlement for most western cultures. The author describes how the Roman Empire and before it, Egyptian pharaohs, used slaves to build huge pyramids. […]

Book Review: Rad Rides the Best BMX Bikes of All Time.
Book Reviews

Book Review: Rad Rides the Best BMX Bikes of All Time.

This style of bikes first appeared in early 1970 in southern California, and became popular with young, adventure-loving teenagers, as well adults. Schwinn’s Sting Ray BMX was one of the first factory-produced BMX. At the beginning of 1980’s, the International BMX Federation was founded, and the first championship was held […]