From the Editor | August, 2014

I often am asked the question, “What do you do?” I don’t think it’s that people believe I sit around each day doing nothing, but rather the specifics of my job aren’t all that common. Add to that the seemingly...

The Jackson Square Rooftop Park

It can be accessed from all four of its surrounding streets: King, James, York and Bay. It sits at the foot of Stelco Tower, the Robert Thompson building, the Sheraton Hotel and the Standard Life building with convenient access from...

Horse and Train: Classy, comfortable, convenient dining in the AGH

“Horse and Train”, the famous work by Alex Colville, has been called the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s “Mona Lisa”; the painting people come far and wide to see. So it only made sense for the reopening of their bistro to...

Share your experience of Canada’s hottest housing market

Hamilton is being called the hottest housing market in the country. According to Derek Doyle, a broker for Ambitious Realty Advisors, Hamilton has a lot to offer a thriving market with its waterfalls, green spaces, and a gorgeous Bayfront–not to...

The Right House | The Ten List

The Right House is a landmark building in the streetscape of downtown Hamilton. It was designed by local architect William Stewart & Son in 1890 for merchant, former schoolteacher, and Irish immigrant Thomas C. Watkins in 1880, and was completed...

Ideas

Hamilton Fringe Festival boosting their outreach initiatives

by - July 8, 2014

Now in its 11th year, the Hamilton Fringe Festival continues to grow with new projects like the Fringe Backstage Pass program, a new Access Program for  interested youth that may not otherwise have the ability see a lot of shows,...

Issues

LRT/BRT | Not the time to waste on cheap shoes

by - July 19, 2014

Until last year, I almost never spent more than $30 on a pair of shoes. Like t-shirts and jeans, I figured spending more on shoes probably didn’t give me a whole lot of extra value—they’re just rubber and fabric that cover my feet, right?...

Experiences

Horse and Train: Classy, comfortable, convenient dining in the AGH

by - July 29, 2014

“Horse and Train”, the famous work by Alex Colville, has been called the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s “Mona Lisa”; the painting people come far and wide to see. So it only made sense for the reopening of their bistro to...

From the Publisher

From the Editor | August, 2014

by - August 1, 2014

I often am asked the question, “What do you do?” I don’t think it’s that...

Humour