La Navidad ya esta a la vuelta de la esquina, y con ella también las fiestas, celebraciones, etc. Y esta semana fue una muy ocupada. Mi fin de semana comenzó el Miércoles con Cedar Springs Wine Walk, nada mejor que tomar una, dos, tres o más copas de vino mientras uno hace sus compras en [&hellip
The subject of death doesn’t usually come up in celebrity interviews, so it was with surprise on both sides that Mike Ruiz dove into the topic right away. The soon-to-be-48-year-old is celebrating his birthday Friday night at XL Nightclub (“Age is an accomplishment; I’m grateful to have weathered many storms”), and I asked him why gay [&hellip
It may be the month of turkey and fixin’s, but we’re going all Italian on your ass.
Twenty-one-year-old Joseph Odorisio, an ex-hairdresser, an ex-police student, and a current “I’ll take seconds, please,” grew up in Montreal, and, like so many descendent from the Old Country, grew up in a duplex with his parents on one floor and his grandparents on the other.
“My family is very traditional,” says Joseph. “My parents were working, so I learned Italian from my grandparents. They’d pick me up from school. I was with them all the time until I hit my teen years.”