WE ASK: What was your favourite thing about back-to-school?
“The subtle shift in weather portending the indelible sense of things changing,” says social columnist and pop culture decoder Shinan Govani. His most recent tutelage: a wine course, about which he says, “I learned how to properly swirl and sniff!” A regular contributor to Zoomer, in this issue he muses on an icon’s graceful exit for “A Wintour’s Tale” (pg. 54) and cruises ancient atolls for “Greek Isle Idyll” (pg. 76).
After graduate studies “many years ago,” economist and Financial Post columnist Andrew Allentuck has gone back to school a few times, but as a lecturer – his unequivocal preference to that of scholar. His newest book, Cherished Fortune: Make Your Wealth Your Business, which he co-wrote will be published later this year. In “Trade War” (pg. 58), he examines tariff tumult and how to protect your pocketbook.