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A local brother and sister duo won more than 85 awards at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair last week, but this isn’t the first time they’ve come home with arms full of ribbons and trophies.
G33K art show gets facelift
The G33K Art Show was re-branded by artistic producer Miroki Tong, before it launched its fourth exhibition in City Hall’s Artspace Gallery.

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La Yapa: mayonnaise
Recently, there has been a tempest in a mayonnaise jar.
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De Boer's treasures: Quehl's
There is no place quite like Quehl’s of Tavistock, where owner Cindy Larsen runs a restaurant and catering business. She is a local history buff who has created a unique vintage atmosphere inside her restaurant.
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Steppin’ out with Tony Bennett
Seventeen-time Grammy award winner Tony Bennett hit the stage at Centre in the Square on Oct. 30. His daughter opened the show with a collection of jazz/pop standards.
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A night with Alice Cooper
Alice Cooper performed his brand of rock psycho-drama to fans at Centre in the Square on Halloween.
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Santa's Chief Postal Elf has message for kids
Santa’s Chief Postal Elf, Holly T. Elf, is reporting about 10,000 letters have already come in, keeping postal elves busy.
Santa Claus is coming to town
Preparations are in full-swing as the Lions Club of Kitchener prepares to gather the community for its annual K-W Santa Claus Parade on Nov. 15.
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In the neighbourhood
As cities grow, so too do their amenities and attractions, their cultural aspects and the diversity of arts, culture and the entrepreneurial endeavours they offer to citizens.
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Standing guard
From sundown to sunup, air cadets from 80 Spitfire Squadron and army cadets from 1596 Royal Highland Fusilliers will stand guard for Remembrance Day at the Kitchener cenotaph at Duke and Frederick streets, as they have for many years.
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Church honours commitment of First World War veterans
After decades with just a memorial commemorating those who fought in the Second World War, the members of the Church of St. John the Evangelist thought the centenary of the start of the First World War was the perfect time to create a memorial to honour First World War veterans.
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Boiling point
Life imitates art in Lost and Found Theatre’s opening production of the season, Boiler Room Suite, as two elderly homeless people take stock of their situation in the bowels of a run-down hotel.
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La Yapa: Donuts
I love donuts. Many people do. The fried, fluffy or cakey pastries are a cultural icon and one that has remained steadfast and true and popular.
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De Boer’s treasures: Cranberry marsh
Every year, on the weekend after Thanksgiving Day, the town of Bala hosts a cranberry festival. While at the festival, I visited Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh, one of only two such farms in Ontario.
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Answering the call
Sally Izzio is never really out of those years of changing diapers and making bottles. Her family has helped foster more than 40 babies over the last decade.
La Yapa: Food event fatigue
What were there, five food events last week? It seems to me that I was at several of them and the week whizzed past quickly.
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De Boer’s treasures: Galt post office
Haunting memories of a woman found dead in the clock tower of the Old Galt Post Office still evoke fears of her ghost.
Night/Shift and Day of the Dead festivities downtown Nov. 1
As part of the Night/Shift festival of art, cultural and nocturnal adventure, Nov. 1, Neruda Arts will revive a pre-Colombian ritual that honours the dead with food, festivities and music at 9 p.m.
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