David Mayoh

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Oreo Peanut Butter Is A Black Abyss We'd Like To Fall Into (PHOTO)

We love peanut butter around here. Whether natural, regular, creamy or chunky, we're pretty happy to indulge in it any time. We're also pretty big fans of cookie butter (aka Biscoff spread, aka Speculoos). We thought we'd encountered all the cookie butter possibilities that existed on earth. And …

Paris Review - Gore Vidal, The Art of Fiction No. 50

Interviewed by Gerald Clarke<p>Issue 59, Fall 1974<p>Gore Vidal, ca. 1948. Photograph by Carl Van Vechten<p>Gore Vidal lives in a run-down penthouse above Rome’s Largo Argentina: reconstructed temples from the pre-Augustan era are set incongruously in the middle of what looks to be Columbus Circle without …

Paris Review - William S. Burroughs, The Art of Fiction No. 36

Interviewed by Conrad Knickerbocker<p>Issue 35, Fall 1965<p>Firecrackers and whistles sounded the advent of the New Year of 1965 in St. Louis. Stripteasers ran from the bars in Gaslight Square to dance in the street when midnight came. Burroughs, who had watched television alone that night, was asleep in …

He Told the Truth About His Time

“To me, O’Hara is the real Fitzgerald.”—Fran Lebowitz, <i>The Paris Review</i>, 1993<p>Born in 1905 in Pennsylvania coal country, the son of a small-town doctor, John O’Hara leapt to prominence with his first novel, <i>Appointment in Samarra</i> (1934), about the downfall of a car dealer in the fictional town of …

Paris Review - Kurt Vonnegut, The Art of Fiction No. 64

Interviewed by David Hayman, David Michaelis, George Plimpton, Richard Rhodes<p>Issue 69, Spring 1977<p>Kurt Vonnegut, ca. 1972. Photograph by PBS<p>This interview with Kurt Vonnegut was originally a composite of four interviews done with the author over the past decade. The composite has gone through an …

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For the past few months, we have been enjoying a record setting period of nice weather here in Vancouver. With blue skies and consistently warm …

Red Hood Project fights to protect kids from predators on social media

In the early days of civic advocate and former Crown prosecutor Sandy Garossino's career, she prosecuted a marathon trial involving a 15-year-old …