Artists spoke about the pleasures of having their work appreciated for its originality — something that’s gradually disappearing, they said.
Author: Karina Kajishima
Wallace Wong, the self-declared Six Pack Chef, credits mindset and determination for his rise to the culinary world’s top shelf.
Emma Galloway is looking for help in getting her one-month-old venture to grow. Donations of both pet food and volunteer time are needed.
Parents who wish to introduce the full range of vegan choices to their children face tough challenges, says reporter Karina Kajishima.
In exchange for a little calculation, Conestoga students were able to equate March 14 with the taste of mouth-watering goodness.
The band’s comeback single has taken the pop music world by storm — and a Kitchener music director says there’s reason to expect more.
Auditions for the popular CBC-TV reality show Dragons’ Den will take place at the University of Waterloo on March 6.
Their new album, Amo, may mightily disappoint fans addicted to the band’s more metallic edge, writes Karina Kajishima.
While the guide’s emphasis on a more plant-based diet wasn’t unexpected, some of its impacts on farmers were less well known.
The company’s video ad campaign about male toxicity has provoked strong positive and negative reactions. So far, the impact on its brand has been fairly neutral, an expert says.
Featured this month: Maddie Malleck, Wolfgang Wiesner, Jaden Carr, Lillian Williams and Conestoga mascot Cliff the Condor.
Perception, an exhibition by student artists at Eastwood Collegiate Institute commemorating Kitchener’s famed artist and environmentalist, runs until Jan. 27.
The musical genre is thriving, says a K-W booster, despite the fact that it gets very little support from cities, the way jazz and blues do.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Andrei Ermolaev, Ana Contreras, Lev Marder, Victoria Sabbadin, Aaron Hall, Grace Tavares and Aidan Marsh.