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    Obscured and overt, obvious and implied

    Amber Lee Williams’ exhibition (un)hidden incorporates several distinct bodies of work that intersect with each other, growing out of and into each other. That isn’t so much a pun as an acknowledgement of the personal and very physical narratives that define Williams’ practice, diverse in media (polaroid emulsion lifts on cotton rag paper to readymade […] More

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    This is Your Parents Animated Movie

    Before there was Rick and Morty, or anything on Adult Swim, North America was under the impression that cartoons were reserved for children. You had a few outliers like Fritz the Cat, but Disney ruled the animation landscape and wouldn’t be caught dead with zombies in their narratives about sleeping princesses and Prince Charming. Enter […] More

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    sTars | Cosmic News for Humans: April Horoscopes

    Aries (March 21 – April 19): You are embarking on a revitalization project. It’s time to elevate. Up your standards. Install a new operating system. Utilize this month, it is not the time to be complacent. Stay focussed on your own shit. Mind your own business. Sovereignty is the name of the game. Your motivation […] More

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    The Just Ripe: Cider

    That good ol’saying… April showers brings May flowers. Well, my April brings beautiful bottles filled with delicate bubbles, and I am not really thinking about May. April is hands down, my favorite month of the year. The changing of the seasons from Winter to Spring; the warm sunshine and ever so exciting possibility of hitting […] More

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    Yeti Yells: Yeti Learns to Dance

    Did Yeti tell you? Yeti land acting gig while back. ”Monster #3” in “2 Monsters”. It confuse Yeti too… Yeti small disappoint, actually big disappoint… Yeti want “Monster #1” or “Monster #2” as it call “2 Monsters” but no luck. No worry say Yeti… there is good news in light in tunnel… Yeti SO good […] More

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    Single Taken Complicated: The Five Stages

    Greetings my friend, Spring is here and it is glorious. First comes the nice weather and then next we have the birds and the bees. Spring is notoriously known as the season of hookups. All the animals; from the nutty squirrels in Montebello Park, to the midtown house-cats that sing loudly into the night, to […] More

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    The Yack: April Edition

    The Film House just announced two months of new films and continue to prove to be the most consistent place to see a film in the Niagara region. Upcoming screenings include the buzzworthy (and filmed in Hamilton) The Shape of Water and the figure skating meets knee thwapping biopic, I, Tanya. On April 14, Brooklyn, […] More

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    The Silver Hearts Return to Play Their Golden Favourites

    It’s been over a decade, but The Silver Hearts have a new album out and now they are rolling back into Niagara. Golden Favourites was recorded by James McKenty (who engineered and mixed Blue Rodeo’s 2013 album, In Our Nature) and features 11 tracks and includes songs spanning the band’s back catalogue. The band, which […] More

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    In the Soil: A Teaser & Ten Years

    The first incarnation of In The Soil Arts Festival happened in 2008, and as ITS marks a ten year anniversary, it’s good to consider how much has changed, in that decade; especially as pertains to the cultural landscape of St. Catharines, and to acknowledge how much of a role ITS had in that journey, and […] More

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    Bombing Niagara

    As the weather finally warms and we are teased with sunshine, it’s time we shed winter and awaken. The birds are beginning to chirp, flurries and flashes of colour again fill the skies. The grey slush is being replaced by lawns of yellow, while green is beginning to peak it’s nose – from branches, on […] More

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    For the Love of Bees

    I was always curious about bees. Something about them seemed to call to me. The further I got into growing my own food, the further I was drawn. How do these fascinating little creatures work? And more to the point, who in the world is capable of indiscriminately passingly along such important information? With questions […] More

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    Micheal Bolton: A Journey Into The Heart of Unrepentant Fandom

    The Avalon Ballroom – Fallsview Casino, Niagara Falls, Ontario. Friday April 6th, 2018 *What follows is an excerpt from Brian Foster’s forthcoming novel, Six Days Apart: That Time I Saw Rod Stewart & Michael Bolton Live In The Same Week (Publisher, Release Date & Novel Pending) There is no effective way for me to articulate […] More

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