Profile of Russell Wangersky

Russell Wangersky is TC Media’s Atlantic Regional columnist. He can be reached at russell.wangersky@tc.tc. His column appears on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in Transcontinental’s daily papers.

All articles of Russell Wangersky

  • Gabriel, Chantal and a storm to be named later

    Coming out of the Back River Hills on the Salmonier Line, you can still see Tropical Storm Chantal's mark - you just need to know where to look. ...

  • When the rain comes

    On the spine of rock between Cupids and Brigus, and there's a storm coming east across the high ground where the highway is. The sky is grey-blue ...

  • A bad case of information overload

    At Wikileaks.org, you can download "The Ritual and Guide of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity," the "Expanded Dianetics Lectures" of Scientology's ...

  • There's tyranny, and then there's bombast

    My father was a scientist, and years ago, when his work took him to foreign cities and foreign hotels, he would sit down in any new town and take ...

  • Take things with a grain of salt - even columnists

    "Most writing about travel takes the form of jumping to conclusions, and so most travel books are superfluous, the thinnest, most transparent ...

  • Wish you were here

    You can see where the water stopped. Or at least, where the water stopped being co-operative. And after that, a lot of other things had to stop, ...

  • Gone fishin'

    There's a great leap between spring and summer here, and for the life of me, I can never actually pinpoint the week where it takes place. One ...

  • Salmon charms and dreams

    July is racing towards us now, when the dragonfly larvae finally crawl up from the bottom and let their skins harden and split in the sun. Then, ...

  • Trading on insider information

    Of all the commodities that spin around our modern world, information is probably the most valuable - because, with information, you can ...

  • The call of the open (dirt) road

    I love dirt roads. I always have. I like the pull of them at the back of the truck when you swing around turns, the roostertail of dust out ...