Toronto-based free­lancer Nathalie Atkin­son is a film critic and cul­ture writer who cov­ers ev­ery­thing from comic books and culi­nary trends to crime fic­tion and cos­tume de­sign. She is also a colum­nist for the Globe and Mail. In this is­sue, she ex­plores our fond­ness for the fear­less TV gumshoe in “True De­tec­tive” (pg. 37). And, one more thing … her all-time favourite small screen de­tec­tive: Lieu­tenant Columbo. Dick Sny­der in­sists rosé is not just a sum­mer wine. “It’s re­ally one of the most ver­sa­tile matches for just about any food or oc­ca­sion.” In “Tip­pled Pink” (pg. 54), he sug­gests how rosé and other pink drinks can brighten up a fes­tive fall ta­ble. Also on his host­ing hit list: wine picks from the Sun­shine State “Wine Coun­try” (pg. 82) and no-fuss chicken dishes “Com­fort (Food) and Joy” (pg. 46). A sea­soned food and travel writer, Sny­der re­cently launched Drink Toronto, of­fer­ing walk­ing tours of the city’s top bars and restau­rants.

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