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.
Noah Derksen will perform at TWB this Sunday, March 31. It’s one of many shows the brewery offers local music fans, free of charge.
A Kitchener consulting firm, Overlap Associates, is conducting one-on-one interviews with staff and students during March.
The celebration helps interpret the past, present and future of Indigenous peoples at a time when reconciliation remains a work in progress.
The Toronto-based pop-punk rocker says extensive touring was a distraction from the mental health issues with which he’s still dealing.
A book display on Groundhog Day: What better way to while the bleak mid-winter away.
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.
Some residents were interested in learning more about the total municipal tax hike for 2019, rather than only the Cambridge portion.
Post-secondary students from across the province marched to Queen’s Park to push back against reduced funding for OSAP and student associations.
The campaign by Harry Brewis — better known online as Hbomberguy — began as a lark, but turned into a potent object lesson about trans rights.
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.
This week’s meet-up was sponsored by the college’s Aboriginal Services office.
A workshop at Shade’s Mills park gave participants a chance to help local wildlife endure the harsh conditions of the season.