- The consequences of inequality, injustice and social exclusion: lessons from Toulouse, Paris, and the message of Jean-Marie Le Pen.
- The Olympics: humanity on display
- Bombay is going green!
- Beyond the headlines: Svein Tuft at the 2013 Tour de France
- Truth, and winning at all costs.
- What goes around comes around: Vancouver relives its cycling history
- A First Nation’s call for help
- On being Freshly Pressed…
- Happy belated birthday baby!
- Corporate greed: the plight of Indian Alphonso mangoes and the message of the Occupy movement.
Category Archives: Travel
The earth’s axis must have shifted back in June of this year. And in this case, that’s a good thing – a very good thing. A Mumbai-based architectural firm won the urban planning and design category of the Cycling Visionaries … Continue reading
Bastille Day has come and gone. It’s mid July and cycling aficionados the world over are having to adjust their much-varied, geographical time clocks. For people who follow this sort of thing, it is the height of the professional season, and … Continue reading
Ten years ago, I was in northern Thailand bicycling, taking in the vibe, and hanging out with a group of young artists as I escaped a portion of a Vancouver winter. My thoughts returned to that time recently, as my … Continue reading
The point, at which my life changed irrevocably occurred in December 1972. I was 10 years old. My mother, in one of the many examples of her loving, and forward thinking nature, had decided the previous year that she would … Continue reading
The ability of music to take you back to a specific place and time, complete with main, and supporting cast assembled, is a remarkable, and comforting thing. So, it is with equal parts amazement and thankfulness that I reconnected with … Continue reading
The driver’s eyes were the size of saucers as the local bus came charging down the pavement towards me, its sloppy steering mechanism barely able to keep it on the road, let alone on its side of the imaginary center … Continue reading