From Down Under!
The Pontiac G8 is an all-new model for 2009. Replacing the Grand Prix in the brand’s line-up, and this is now the largest Pontiac sedan available. Based on an the Aussie Holden Commodore sedan and actually built in Adelaide, South Australia By Holden, GMs Australian division the new G8 is the first [...]
So what is all the fuss about the audacious Audi R8? Well the fact it is a truly gorgeous looking car is well known, it also an elusive car in Canada- with a one year waiting list high performance and approximately 120 only available for 2009. After all this is, an almost completely hand-built super [...]
All hail to a technological masterpiece a tour-de force of engineering over style. Whatever way you look at it the 2009 Nissan GT-R comes from the “More is a lot more” school of thought. An aberration in the Nissan line-up and perhaps more a monstrous deviation from the performance Nissan Skyline, the GT-R is a [...]
New Award Winning CUV Flexes Its Muscles
The Ford Flex is a bright star in a world of boring looking crossover vehicles. It seats six, has almost the space of a minivan, but looks simply cooler than anything in its class. With its edgy looking square looks, white roof and flat snub nosed front and [...]
Filmmakers have the tools at their command to depict anything – no issue or catastrophe is too large. They have the ability to reach in and underscore a viewer’s emotions. However, should filmmakers appeal to what is nihilistic in audiences or accept their responsibilities and aspire to make sense of what is otherwise overwhelming and [...]
1. What made you want to become a lawyer?
The reason I wanted to be a lawyer is twofold, firstly my father always wanted to be a lawyer – he had a lawyer like mind and would often assist members of the community in Court. The second reason is that I see the Courts as a [...]
From Suvir Saran’s Indian Home Cooking: A Fresh Introduction to Indian Food, with More Than 150 Recipes (Clarkson Potter/Publishers)
This dish is from the southern Indian coastal state of Karnataka, where seafood is an important part of the diet. The shrimp has extraordinary flavor. I sometimes vary the recipe by adding 1 1/2 tablespoons unsweetened shredded [...]
When one thinks of a Karate Kid, you instantaneously conjure up memories of watching the 1980’s film where Ralph Macchio learns how to deal with the hard knocks of teenage life with Karate from his demure Sensei, Pat Morito.
Times have changed and our star athlete this month, Jusleen Virk proves she not only has athleticism, [...]
It is hard to believe that a small nation located on a craggy island in northwestern Europe has been the seat of many powerful kingdoms and once controlled an empire that stretched the globe. As whispers of bygone eras echo through the magnificent ruins, restored palaces, cobblestone streets, and cherished institutions of Great Britain, one [...]