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Monthly Archives: October, 2023

‘Been doing this my entire life’: Ancaster Toy and Collectibles Expo returns with Lego, Pokémon and other vintage items

With over 160 vendors attending the Ancaster Toy and Collectibles Expo this morning (Oct. 22), the event was a must-see for casual and serious...

‘Switch’: What you need to know about Happy Hours Speed Dating in Hamilton

After a couple of years of isolation, more people are trying to get back on track. Many people were stuck during Covid socializing on social...

Game Review: Return of the Obra Dinn remains a masterpiece five years later

Five years after its release, the experimental detective game Return of the Obra Dinn remains one of the best titles in its genre. Developed by...

‘We all end up paying for it’: Protestors against transit privatization rally outside Hamilton city hall

Light Rail Transit is coming to Hamilton and some people are worried.   Protestors stood outside of city hall on Oct. 16 to bring awareness...

‘Beyond just academics:’ What Mohawk College’s radio station has to offer

Have you heard of INDI 101.5? It’s Mohawk’s very own radio station, located at the college’s Fennell campus. INDI 101.5 gives students in programs such...

‘We’re doing it for a cause:’ Step Up For Wayside

The annual Step Up for Wayside 5k walk was held on Oct. 14 at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park. Wayside is a not-for-profit addiction treatment centre that...

Hot diggity (vegan) dog

Vegan hotdog stand Rainbow Dogs fired up its grill on Sept. 29 for the stand’s grand opening outside of the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA. Rainbow Dogs co-owner...

Downtown Stoney Creek kicks off the fall season with jazz and apples

It was far too warm for a sweater in early September at the Jazz and Apple Fest in the Creek.  Chattering of voices and...

‘Fantastic:’ Punk Rock Flea Market brings The Halloweener to Hamilton

Local artists, chefs, and designers set up at the Punk Rock Flea Market’s Halloweener event this morning (Oct. 15) at The Cotton Factory. The family-friendly...

Festival draws food lovers to Grimsby

The second annual Grimsby Poutine, Mac ‘n Cheese and Cheesecake Festival took place this weekend at the West Niagara Fairgrounds. An admission fee of $5...

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