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    Invasive Species

    Invasive Species is a midterm exhibition of pieces that have been in progress since the semester began, in VISA 3M90: Advanced Art Practices. This is a new course [that] largely consists of project oriented, independent production focused on developing the students’ artistic practices. Species is largely a student-driven initiative that encourages collaborative application of their […] More

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    The Just Ripe: Coyote’s Run Luminous

    Its January 2018 a time for resolutions and new gym memberships, however I will be staying warm and inside, drinking glou glou reds all winter long. Glou glou is ‘french wine slang’, for goes down like water. Lately I have been enjoying the Coyote’s Run 2016 Luminous, it’s medium bodied with bright flavours and well […] More

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    Kaptur The Moment

    Kaptur played their last show in 2015. Earlier this year they released a three song EP, Go to Waste, their first release since a 2014 EP. “We’ve had those tracks for a while,” says guitarist and vocalist Riley Jensen, “we recorded them at the same time we recorded Feast or Famine and they were in […] More

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    Playing Favourites With Teenage Head

    There isn’t much to say about Teenage Head that you can’t find out on the interwebs on your own. Hamilton punk-rockers since 1975, ten albums, disbanded, got back together, car crashes, riots, a few members changed over… it’s all there on Wikipedia for you to read. We were able to get founding member Steve Marshall […] More

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    The Tale of a Town: Canada

    Ten years ago, Fixt Point started working on their The Tale of a Town production – a site specific theatre and media project that brought them across Canada listening to over 3,000 stories about local heritage and culture. The first production took place in 2008 in Parkdale in Toronto. Fixt Point were trying to celebrate […] More

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    Steer-ing Your Senses In a Different Direction

    On January 19-20, Niagara residents will have the opportunity to see beautiful merging of flesh and technology. STEER by Zata Omm will be presented at the Robsertson Theatre at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. “People have been experimenting with the insertion of computers into our bodies for years,” said Artistic Director of Zata Omm, William […] More

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    What About Rodman Hall: Updates

    1. “I’m a pessimist about probabilities, I’m an optimist about possibilities.” (Lewis Mumford) 2. Let’s begin with an obvious point from one of the participants re: the latest Rodman Hall consultations. They archly commented that this is the fourth or fifth consults regarding RHAC they’ve attended. Their exasperation and angry frustration was not a rarity […] More

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    Kintsugi: A Contemplative Whole

    One of the reasons to visit the GPAG (Grimsby Public Art Gallery) is the diversity of exhibitions. Both regional (Tony Calzetta) and more national (Carl Beam) narratives have played out at the GPAG. The current exhibition, Kintsugi, (the Contemplative Art of Bruno Capolongo), also blends contemporary and historical concepts from numerous places, with the artist’s […] More

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    The Just Ripe: Sparkling Wine Bitches

    I have literally always dreamed of Christmas in New York. I mean really; who does “Christmas spirit” better than the Big Apple. Watching all of my personal favorite Christmas films from Elf to Miracle on 34th street. The place that supposedly inspired “Twas Night Before Christmas”, all leads back to New York City. Boy, what […] More

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    There’s Nothing Odd About These Birds

    This past November, downtown’s newest hotspot opened their doors. Little Bird? Dirty Bird? Nahh, ODDBIRD. “We wanted a bird name, but ODDBIRD was the only thing that wasn’t taken that we could settle on,” said Justin Duc, chef and partner in the endeavor. Duc along with Scott White opened their doors to ODDBIRD this past […] More

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    For Heavy Hearts It’s Just Growth

    “Since I was a kid, I wanted to be in a band. I wanted to write and record music and live in a van,” said Jamie Gorman, bassist for Heavy Hearts. In 2017, Gorman and the rest of Heavy Hearts got that wish. They found themselves playing over 100 shows in Canada and the United […] More

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    Fat Moth Emerges With a New Album

    Fat and Moth were the names of two characters in a play. Together they form the name of Niagara’s newest supergroup. The seven piece band brings together experienced and multi-talented artists, many of whom have already collaborated together in one way or another. “We started fully as a group in February,” said guitarist and vocalist, […] More

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