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    Birds of Bellwoods Let Victoria Go

    Last year, the Toronto alt-rock group Birds of Bellwoods held an album release show at the Mod Club in Toronto for their most recent release Victoria, which actually ended up coming out this past October. I’m sure a few people are reading that statement trying to understand what I just said –but that’s what happened. […] More

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    Will the UK Survive Brexit?

    I’m convinced the Irish have never met a hedge they didn’t like. The entire way from Dublin to Derry – hedge. Driving the route is akin to being stuck in some kind of green tunnel. I last made that drive in 2016, just months after the Brexit referendum. There was a tension in the air, […] More

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    Searching For Our Modern Day Robin Hood

    The story — or maybe even better, the idea — of Robin Hood is ingrained in our memories and history. The archer robs from the rich and gives to the poor. Simple. Robin Hood, a true icon, has been reinterpreted in so many different ways throughout history that these stories will always permeate our collective […] More

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    A Movement of Markets

    Please make it one of your end-of-year commitments or new year’s resolutions to check out the independent market movement growing in St. Catharines. This creative community has significantly expanded over the past year, offering options, not only for consumers, but for new artists, makers, and vintage vendors to pursue their passions. With larger markets and […] More

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    Is Niagara A Nice Place To Live?

    While attending a suicide prevention meeting, I heard someone say: “we don’t want to use the word ‘crisis’ when describing the suicide rate in Niagara; already recognized for our opioid overdose crisis, we wouldn’t want people to think Niagara isn’t a nice place to live.” (Considering Niagara made national headlines, multiple times this year, over […] More

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    The Yack: November

    The ethereal and entrancing Tokyo-based Mouse on the Keys return to downtown St. Catharines on Thursday November 8 at Warehouse. The trio perform with Sacramento’s Tera Melos. Mouse on the Keys consist of Akira Kawasaki, Atsushi Kiyota and Daisuke Niitome and they merge elements of post-rock with jazz, heady visuals and ever-changing sounds that are […] More

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