Weston’s Bread (Kitchener Ontario)

The Weston’s name, like Schneiders is synonymous with the Kitchener-Waterloo Area. Opened in 1948 on sprawling real estate at 580 Victoria Street you always knew what part of town you were in when a rich mellow aroma of freshly baked products flowed into your nostrils.As a boy I recall that… Read more“Weston’s Bread (Kitchener Ontario)”

The Sleeman Mansion (aka The Manor)

Standing next to one of Guelph’s busiest crossroads is an enduring symbol of both the city’s highest cultural standards and its basest primal desires.  The Sleeman Mansion, or the Manor, as it has come to be known, near Wellington Street and the Hanlon Parkway, has survived the ravages of time… Read more“The Sleeman Mansion (aka The Manor)”

Rodney Dangerfield: Respect At Last

Ask today’s generation, and they probably have never heard of Rodney Dangerfield. I however, was fortunate enough to have been bit by the no respect bug at a tender age. Early Beginnings: Born Jack Roy in a poor working class neighborhood in New York City, Dangerfield developed his trademark self-deprecating… Read more“Rodney Dangerfield: Respect At Last”