The most recent online edition of The Peer Review is up. The more recent print version should be on its way to you in the mail (if you're a subscriber). It seems somebody said something very nice about us recently:
For wit, wisdom, knowledge and know-how, The Peer Review has no peers." -- GEORGE ELLIOT CLARKE, Governor-General Award Winner and EJ Pratt Professor of Canadian Literature
Also, I was sent two links today by some alcohol enthusiast types about places to drink. The first is great bars around the world. The second mentions at least one of the same bars. I particularly like the idea of "grey" bars in New York.
The layout in the Sunday Star for this article is lovely. Of course you can't see all that online and have to go out and actually buy the paper. If you check out the back page of the Ideas section, there are excerpts from text panels from the exhibit - as well as a nice image from the Silver Rail. While you're out buying the paper, you might want to head to Steam Whistle and check out the actual exhibit, Bottoms Up: A Spirited History of Drink in Canada. There are, of course, more lovely images down there. I'll add a link to the website very soon. Like, now.
Scroll down on the main page and you'll see a link to the virtual exhibit.