2004

  • “Flavour Rules: Chef Paul Greene Reveals His Culinary Secrets.” Where Edmonton, November/December 2004.
  • “Cowboys and ranches and cattle, oh my! Exploring the history of the Bar U Ranch.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Simon M. Evans, author of The Bar U: Canadian Ranching History.
  • “Wide open spaces: The prairies – more than meets the eye.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Candace Savage, author of Prairie: A Natural History.
  • “Granite and stone: Saskatchewan’s future lies in its history.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Joe Ralko, author of Building Our Future: A People’s Architectural History of Saskatchewan.
  • “Life on the big screen: Films catalyst for self-reflection.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with George Melnyk, author of My Mother is an Alien: Ten Takes on Life and Film.
  • “Comic relief: Jessica Grant allays your fears through fiction.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Jessica Grant, author of Making Light of Tragedy.
  • “Shabtai captures personal struggles in 1940s Tel Aviv.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, October 17, 2004. Review of Uncle Peretz Takes Off: Short Stories by Yaakov Shabtai.
  • “Abraham Shnitka: King’s Printer.” Heritage (The Jewish Archives & Historical Society of Edmonton & Northern Alberta), Fall 2004. Volume 7, Number 1.
  • “I Am Canadian: Country Music Week & the CCMAs honour the country’s best.” Where Edmonton, September/October 2004.
  • “Esther: from concubine to heroine.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, August 22, 2004. Review of The Gilded Chamber by Rebecca Kohn.
  • “Fight against injustice resonates in uneven story.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, August 4, 2004. Review of Look for Me by Edeet Ravel.
  • “Bearing her soul: The Real Winnie a mascot of human kindness.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2004, Number 35. Interview with Val Shushkewich, author of The Real Winnie.
  • “Talking books: Jean Little reveals her writing secrets.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2004, Number 35. Interview with Jean Little, author of The Birthday Girl.
  • “Who will remember when the survivors die?” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, July 18, 2004. Review of After Such Knowledge: Memory, History, and the Legacy of the Holocaust by Eva Hoffman.
  • “Service with a Style: Chef Robert Wong Puts Performance on the Menu.” Where Edmonton, July/August 2004. Profile of Chef Robert Wong.
  • “Holocaust stories attest to strength of human spirit.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, June 20, 2004. Review of Survivors by Chava Rosenfarb, translated from the Yiddish by Goldie Morgentaler.
  • “Strong debut fuses conflicting worlds with loyalty.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, June 6, 2004. Review of Up In Ontario by James Sherrett.
  • “Serving Up Activism: Chateau Lacombe Chef the ‘Poster Boy’ Of Regional Cuisine.” Where Edmonton, May/June 2004. Profile of Chef Jasmin Kobajica.
  • “When sudden death hangs over daily life.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, April 11, 2004. Review of Still Life with Bombers: Israel in the Age of Terrorism by David Horovitz.
  • “Food Served with Passion: Chef Patrizio Sacchetto.” Where Edmonton, March/April 2004. Profile.
  • “Grave Matters: Canadian epitaphs tell their stories.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2004, Number 34. Interview with Nancy Millar, author of The Final Word: The Book of Canadian Epitaphs.
  • “Prairie North: Finding undocumented territory in Manitoba.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2004, Number 34. Interview with Jim Mochoruk, author of Formidable Heritage: Manitoba’s Northern Resources and the Cost of Development.
  • “To Edmonton, with love: Centenary Book A Ten-Year Endeavour.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2004, Number 34. Article about the book Naming Edmonton: Ada to Zoie.
  • “Food for Life: Pradera’s Pride: Chef Ross Munro.” Where Edmonton, January/February 2004. Profile.
  • “Family history has universal resonance.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, January 11, 2004. Review of Shoshanna’s Story: A Mother, a Daughter, and the Shadows of History.
  • “Journalist’s portrayal of Church of the Nativity siege presents both sides.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, January 4, 2004. Review of A Season in Bethlehem: Unholy War in a Sacred Place by Joshua Hammer.
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