Wingspan, an engine building board game about birds, has received ‘im-peck-able’ reviews before and after its release in March.
Kitchener has a population of around 242,000 people, many who are pet owners. Meet some of the dogs who have forever homes in the area, and others who are hoping to be adopted.
The starving artist. It’s a cliché based in fact. It’s a three-word cautionary tale which deters some people from pursuing their dream of being a painter, a poet, a filmmaker, a musician or an author.
With a tiny museum and an upcoming biography, super fan Stacey Case and writer Greg Oliver are reawakening interest in the master of the Hilarious House of Frightenstein.
The CSI-sponsored Welcome Back concert sold out just an hour before showtime and Cara basked in the glow of campus life, if only for a few hours.
Although he spends a large amount of his free time at the local bar, a man from Blyth, Ont. also has a hobby – helping others.
Paul Tavares hopes to draw attention to the problem of homelessness by spending a week at a time in various Ontario cities as he moves closer to Ottawa.
Spencer Wright, a former Conestoga College student, helps individuals, businesses and organizations navigate the issue of sexual identity in Grey and Bruce counties.
Matthew McCoy shares his experiences with opioid addiction and his prison sentence in Texas to help people struggling with drug addiction and mental health issues.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Josiah Miller, Matt Hollier, Logan Desousa, Yonglin Ou, Mitch McGarr and Brenden Mckee.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Shelby Donegan, Owen Gemin, Amy Gaskin, Liam Mayes, Marisa Carlota, Boyi Benjamin, Sydney Lutz and Anastasia Makarenko.
A trip planned around three rock concerts is far from smooth sailing, even including some white-knuckle moments.
With the beginning of November, Spoke News took another step and started to visit other Conestoga College campuses. Featured this week: Jack Taylor, Monica Kopec, Ben Green, Joshua Salama-Frakes, Eric Ruxton, Cameron Bacvar and Alexander Ince.
Although their business has been affected by the rise in popularity of music streaming and downloading, traditional brick and mortar record stores continue to thrive in Southern Ontario.