Alita: Battle Angel deals successfully with classic sci-fi themes such as class and what it means to be human, says reviewer Sarah Gilder.
In exchange for a little calculation, Conestoga students were able to equate March 14 with the taste of mouth-watering goodness.
The yearly event featured coins, memorabilia and other collectibles, treasured by those with a fascination with relics from the past.
The weekend-long event, hosted by the U of W Juggling Club, will include workshops, performances and competitions. All ages are welcome.
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.
Rap Or Go To The League features guest appearances by a number of hip-hop stars and bears the imprint of NBA legend LeBron James.
Spoke reporter Phil Courtemanche breaks down the factors that will mean success. Think Rollins. Think Kingston. And think Lynch.
As TheMuseum in Kitchener opens Flow: The Menstruation Exhibition, CIGI in Waterloo is preparing to screen The Menstrual Man and Period. End of Sentence.
Frames by Verne is more than a retail store. Its owner offers a new exhibition of local work every 60 days or so.
For music fans who weren’t yet born during Queen’s heyday, the film is instructive. For those already familiar with the band, it’s a great tribute, writes Keegan Lavigne.
Looking to escape an Ontario winter with the authentic tastes of Italy? Try Kitchener’s La Cucina, says reviewer Darick Charbonneau.
Until the end of next month, Waterloo-based Flag Raiders hopes a bit of generosity now will turn into return visits later.
Their new album, Amo, may mightily disappoint fans addicted to the band’s more metallic edge, writes Karina Kajishima.
The annual Polar Plunge is scheduled to take place the day before Valentine’s Day on the Doon campus. It promises to be a chilling experience.