Here’s a selection of my favourite pieces I’ve written for Arts & Life in The National Post.

How The Room helps me find peace in a plotless existence

Dec. 4, 2017. Published as a request by my former editor, Dustin Parkes. While I worked at the Post the previous year, I took some fellow employees to a Toronto viewing of cult classic The Room. When James Franco’s ode-to came out, Parkes asked me how I felt about it. I didn’t hold back.

Fries the limit: Four foodie friends take their love of spuds en route as the Trans-Canada Fryway

Aug. 31, 2016. Appearing in print on Sept. 1, 2016 entitled “For your fries only,” on the front page of Arts & Life. I found these guys on Reddit, trying to get their story out there. Since I broke their feel-good story, they’ve appeared on CTV, CBC, and CityTV television channels.

Street Cents got lost in the paradigm shift of the mid-2000s, leaving the next generation without valuable lessons

Aug. 19, 2016. 4K Facebook shares. Appearing in print for the Aug. 20, 2016 Weekend Post. Tom Power of CBC’s Q Radio tweeted out the article, as well as former Street Cents host and Trailer Park Boys cast member, Jonathan Torrens.

Rihanna and me: Why our choice in boyfriends is destroying our street cred — and we may need to get over it

Sept. 2, 2016. A fun column I wrote for the Weekend Post. Large number of shares and comments, though comments were eventually disabled for predictable reasons.

For all its sexual tension and innuendo, nothing actually happens in the mind-numbing Indignation

Aug. 5, 2016. A film review analyzing the uneventful film adaptation of the novel Indignation by Philip Roth. My first, but not only, appearance on Rotten Tomatoes.

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