We’ll never fully know the odd alchemy that made Norm Macdonald tick. But the harder you look, the more you’ll find that this strange, funny man will serve as a reminder of what a life it can be.
Grenache Day sounds like a fake holiday dreamed up by a public relations firm eager for an excuse to peddle a client’s wares. But it’s not really, and it was conceived by a group of respected French producers.
The Donnafugata Passito Ben Rye is typically both very sweet and fresh and vibrant. Typical fruit notes range from orange and citrus through peaches and apricot.
Many excellent wines from the region are well under $20 and very good ones go for much less. This makes these white wines from Northern Portugal a pretty low risk venture and often well worth a try.
Western intellectuals may have balked at giving up the perks of capitalism — summers on Martha’s Vineyard don’t pay for themselves — but they set about enthusiastically implementing the other parts of the Marxist project in every institution from the national government down to the family.
In this Hub Dialogue, The Hub’s editor-at-large Sean Speer speaks to Abigail Tucker, the author of Mom Genes: Inside the New Science of Our Ancient Maternal Instinct, about the science behind our maternal impulses.
How much should a bottle of wine cost? As Marshall McLuhan answered the question of what is art: “anything you can get away with.”
In this Hub Dialogue, The Hub’s editor-at-large Sean Speer speaks to Robert Boyers, author of The Tyranny of Virtue: Identity, the Academy, and the Hunt for Political Heresies.
Liberalism is a necessary yet insufficient ingredient for a shared sense of Canadian citizenship and identity in the 21st century.
Blowin’ In The Wind might be considered today to be cultural appropriation. But no one thought like that then.