Articles written by: Barbara Moser

Times and Places: Ah… Carmel-by-the-Sea
Travel

Times and Places: Ah… Carmel-by-the-Sea

Art is everywhere in this gorgeous little California town — a sumptuous feast of paintings, sculpture, crafts, or pastries.

Barbara Moser
Features

Ode on retirement: A valediction allowing mourning*

I have done that which I thought I would never do — I have retired.

Moving is starting over with a new perspective
Features

Moving is starting over with a new perspective

Moving may be a lot of work but it’s not what it’s cracked up to be — on par with divorce, and despair.

I have to do something. The pan is waiting for me. (Image courtesy of stock.xchng)
Reviews & Previews

Restaurant review: Notre-Dame-de-Boeuf

Any place that serves good veggie burgers is worth a try for me, burgers — with a real lettuce wrap! — is worth a try for me.

Chicago is our kind of town
Travel

Chicago is our kind of town

Who would have thought that Chicago was the place to equal NYC in many respects and outdo her in several others?

Courtesy of stock.xchange.
Reviews & Previews

Restaurant review — Pochiche: vegetarian, Lebanese fare on Westminster

We vegetarians are always on the lookout for a new dining spot and we found one on my favourite street in Montreal, Westminster in Montreal West.

Times and Places: Teaching art to children more fulfilling than I could have imagined
Travel

Times and Places: Teaching art to children more fulfilling than I could have imagined

I taught the children about the colour wheel, the primary and complimentary colours, and they took to it like birds to the sky.

A word to the staff, from Senior Times publisher Barbara Moser
Editorials

A word to the staff, from Senior Times publisher Barbara Moser

“I’m a teacher, not a publisher,” I told my brother. “I know nothing about journalism.” He said: “I’ll teach you.”

How the ‘power of the elderly’ has shifted over 30 years
Features

How the ‘power of the elderly’ has shifted over 30 years

We were too young then to know that “elderly” is a word we would never want to use to describe ourselves.

What’s in the name of a newspaper?
Features

What’s in the name of a newspaper?

When I decided on the name for this paper I was 35. Now I am 67, going on 35.