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    • Time to cure the U.S. gun sickness

      Christmas is a happy time to get together with family and friends, but the recent massacre of 20 innocent children and six adults in Newtown,...

    • Cognac For Christmas

      Whenever your intrepid liquor reporter is hosting family and friends over the holidays, there always seems to be a recently-gifted bottle of Cognac that gets...

    • Frankincense and Myrrh

      In the last article, we examined frankincense and the interesting cultural, biological, and historical associations with this product. This week we look at myrrh, another...

    • And now for something completely different

      And now for something completely different, a Christmas message from your MLA with nary a mention of politics. I love this time of year for...

    • (Brew)

      Now oft outlawed but once prevalent initiation rites, whether it is to a cult, a school, a sorority, a not-so-secret secret service organization, or a...

    • Aren’t you glad you haven’t won a million?

      Two resident of the U.S. were fortunate to win the top prize in the Power ball jackpot recently. The winners – one in Arizona and...

    • Wee Heavy

      Your intrepid liquor reporter has been partaking in a bit of the Wee Heavy lately. No gentle reader, I’m not referring to the bygone days...

    • (Slay)

      The inner demons of man hide in the corners of the head the way bits of digested food cling to the corners of the bowel....

    • World leaders highlight chronic sanitation issue

      The World Toilet Summit 2012, the first for Africa, was held December 3-6 in Durban, South Africa, to muster the individual and collective minds of...

    • Santa Beer

      December 25 is always a special day for your intrepid liquor reporter. No, gentle reader, it’s not because I somehow managed to keep my name...