On Alcohol: Part 2

Hooch; booze; sauce; moonshine; oats soda; liquid courage; whatever you call it, alcohol is by far the most commonly used drug globally.


Every year, from Nov. 24 until World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, we commemorate AIDS Awareness Week.

LGBTQ+ In the City: New Location for Local Pride Nights

From day one, Mahtay Cafe has always beenvery open and involved with numerous groups within the lgbtq+ community.

The Yack: October 2019

For the second year, featured artists will perform the works of Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip on Friday 18 October in Partridge Hall at 7:30pm.

Single Taken Complicated: October 2019

Hello, my pretties, The other day I was chatting with my friend Anna who is…

Climate Justice Activism Beyond September 27

Coming off the excitement and passion of the September 27 Global Climate Strike, there is clearly not only a call, but a push, for action.

Everybody Knows, Everybody Blows

As Canadians get ready for what is yet another first-past-the-post election, we find ourselves again playing the odds.

Suicide Prevention in Niagara: One Year Later

Emily Spanton recently had the opportunity to talk with Terra Turonski, who’s son Tanner very publicly lost his battle with mental illness last year.

Bombs and Bodies: an alternate reading of Wren’s War Map Dress Trilogy

Carolyn Wren’s installation War Map Dress Trilogy, part of her larger retrospective at Rodman Hall Art Centre, offers a more political, and more disturbing commentary on our current political and social climate than might initially be considered. We offer a darker response to this very charged piece, in this brief return to the exhibition.

Experience Culture Days Niagara 2019

Culture Days 2019 is soon upon us, and you have a variaty of options for both experiencing and experimenting, at several venues. We offer a brief guide for this year’s Culture Days events.