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    On Alcohol: Part One

    We oft think of the invention of the wheel as the pivotal moment in human evolution, or perhaps those more academically inclined might argue written language was the crucial anthropological event, but neither written language nor the wheel were universally discovered and adapted. Many great civilizations have existed without the wheel or independently created written […] More

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    Please Stop Calling Them ‘Conservatives’

    There is a difference between a right-winger and a conservative. A right-winger supports causes of the political right, traditionally the privileges of hierarchy, originating with the monarchy. A conservative has to actually conserve things. Over the past four “neoliberal” decades — ushered in by Reagan, Thatcher, Mulroney, and the repurposing of the World Bank — […] More

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    [Un]Familiar Territory

    “St. Catharines has certainly changed a lot” is a common statement around Niagara these days. Born and raised in St. Catharines and back after a fifteen year hiatus, I can certainly attest to the city’s metamorphosis. Increased automobile traffic, higher real estate prices and a thriving, creative downtown vibe are noteworthy additions. Changes to the […] More

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    Wintersleep Live In The Land Of…?

    For most bands, releasing a hit single is merely a dream. The opportunity to catch lightning in a bottle (or a song for that matter) more than once is a fleeting chance, something Halifax’s Wintersleep had to come to terms with. In 2007, with their third album, Welcome to the Night Sky, Wintersleep hit it […] More

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    Aaron Berger: On Healing Ground

    This past June saw Aaron Berger release his third studio album, On Healing Ground. The album was recorded in the summer of 2016 at Joe Lapinski’s Wow! Recording Studio Pop Up Studio at the Oddfellows Temple and in a rustic barn house in Niagara on the Lake. Berger explained that the songs on the record […] More

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    Sensational Seasonal Strawberries

    We are so lucky to live where we live here in Niagara because we have access to so many fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. From May to November, our markets are brimming with bright beautiful colours and textures from all that our local land has to offer us. Why Buy What’s Local and In Season? […] More

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    Single Taken Complicated: July 2019

    Hello, my pretties, It’s officially summer and things are really starting to heat up here in the Niagara Region. We’ve started to have some excruciatingly hot nights and July humidity is just around the next, moist corner. I apologize for the M word, gross. It was so hot recently that my boyfriend (Arthur) and I […] More

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