Articles written by: Barbara Moser

Hotel Salta
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Argentina: Immerse yourself in the Salta the earth

BY: BARBARA MOSER & IRWIN BLOCK We left magnificent Iguazu Falls, straddling the border of Argentina and Brazil, feeling elated: Yes, life is a trip and our world in its natural splendour can be magnificent. We boarded the bus heading for Salta—in northwestern Argentina just below the Bolivian border and […]

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Al fresco dining is a hallmark of summer

BY BARBARA MOSER This Father’s Day—or any day—there’s nothing quite like eating in the sun or shade of cafés in Westmount Village on Sherbrooke between Victoria and Claremont. Foumagerie, with more tables outside than in, will satisfy your palate with their array of sandwiches and salads, all made fresh and […]

Obituary: Neil McKenty, Dec. 31, 1924 – May 12, 2012
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Obituary: Neil McKenty, Dec. 31, 1924 – May 12, 2012

BY BARBARA MOSER & IRWIN BLOCK Neil McKenty began a relationship with The Senior Times in May 1998. He developed an avid following because of his integrity, his meticulous research and his strong and grounded opinions. Neil was a master of argument and always gave us the big picture. He […]