Read Ken’s fun MSN travel column
Read his Rolling Stone coverage of the Rock Paper Scissors Championships
And read all of Ken’s published stories
Ken has now published essays, features, reviews, and interviews in:
Rolling Stone, GQ, MSN, The National Post, The Globe & Mail, Toro, MovieMaker, Zoomer, Cottage Life, Report on Business, The Financial Post, The Financial Post’s Business magazine, BCBusiness, Vancouver magazine, Shift, Westworld, 2 magazine, The Georgia Straight, The Province, and The Vancouver Sun.
To pursue his stories, he’s explored Australia, Belize, Colombia, the Cook Islands, Cuba, Guadeloupe, Israel, Mexico, Spain, Banff, Alaska, Las Vegas, Austin, Park City, Hollywood, Big Sur, San Diego, Napa Valley, New Mexico, and lovely downtown Glasgow, Scotland.
One Response to STORIES
I’ve put every single one of these phtoos on my desktop slideshow! I’m 22 years old. And though I don’t harbor memories from the pre-renovation stadium, I was lucky enough to see a few games at the old stadium before they tore it down. I took a trip to New York before enlisting in the military in 2010 and wanted to cry when I saw the demolition taking place. And as much as I loved going to the Stadium, I would kill to have sat in the pale blue/green seats in the shadow of the original frieze. I’ve been to the new stadium yes it’s very nice but it’s not Yankee Stadium. I got a hook-up through a friend to sit right on the third base-line. It was terrible sitting between wealthy business people who saw the game as a social event to entertain colleagues rather than for the near religious experience that is coming to the stadium supporting the Yankees. I’ll stay in the bleachers please!