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    Bringing the Cult back to Canada

    This past July marked the first screening for the Niagara series Cult Canada – a monthly series celebrating some of Canada’s ‘severely underappreciated’ genre films. At Mahtay Café, the first screening featured Things (1989), a direct-to-video independent exploitation horror film directed by Andrew Jordan, which has been considered to be one of the worst movies […] More

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    sTars: August 2018

    Aries (March 21 – April 19): You could clear a pile of obstructions from your path if you learned the art of surrender and let go of your addiction to suffering. The fire inside of you is building – use it to demolish everything in your way. Blaze a trail into new territory, this is […] More

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    The Yack: August 2018

    St. Catharines Open Streets arrives downtown on Sunday August 12 from 12-5pm and is based on the success of Open Streets events across the world! The festival first got it start in Bogota, Colombia and gives residents and visitors a chance to explore their city like they never have before. “Open Streets is an opportunity […] More

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    @TheJustRipe: #GamayAllDay

    Oh yeah, summer in Niagara. Soaking up the heat as you kick back and relax with a refreshing glass of red wine. Seriously, while the rest of my friends are Instagramming their way through a selection of Provence Rosé’s coming out of Vintages at the LCBO, I will be chugging back light, chilled and totally […] More

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    Shaw’s Wit Shines in O’Flaherty V.C.

    Ben Sanders as O’Flaherty and Patrick McManus as General Sir Pearce Madigan in O’Flaherty V.C. Photo by Emily Cooper. Recently, I had the pleasure of seeing one of Bernard Shaw’s most beloved plays, the anti-war O’Flaherty V.C., performed beautifully at the Royal George Theatre in downtown Niagara-On-The- Lake. This theatre was built in 1915 for […] More

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    Harm Reduction on Campus

    Terms like ‘fentanyl’, ‘opioid crisis’, ‘Supervised Injection Site’, and ‘Naloxone kits’, have become prevalent in the news across Niagara. With ongoing efforts throughout the region to provide public education on drug use from a harm reduction model, in collaboration with Positive Living Niagara and OPIRG Brock, four Public Health students are bringing this conversation to […] More

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    Bullshit Baffles Brains

    It has been said that bullshit baffles brains. In terms of geopolitics, July proved to be a continuous onslaught of bullshit. In fact, if you’re not baffled by this point, you may want to book an appointment with your doctor. After a tumultuous trip abroad, Donald Trump has managed to cause significant damage to long-standing […] More

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