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A political education
Ethan McCready-Branch’s 14th birthday was anything but ordinary — especially since it kicked off his five-week term as a page at Queen’s Park.
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Sunday, May, 24, 2015 - 1:01:57 PM
Mayfair Hotel is the last straw "[...] This week’s Kitchener Post editorial is also excellent: Mayfair is the last straw [...]"
Comment by Record says, "An unfair fate for the Mayfair" - Perspectives from James Howe
Wednesday, May, 20, 2015 - 12:12:02 AM
People were informed about heritage landscape study "[...] in the process, I recognized that the criticism was inaccurate and needed a response. Here’s my letter to the editor that appeared in the May 7 [...]"
Comment by Cultural heritage landscape study engaged citizens - Perspectives from James Howe
Thursday, April, 30, 2015 - 3:03:07 PM
Challenging culture: Moving up and moving out "[...] Part 2 [...]"
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De Boer’s treasures: Erb Transport
Erb Transport founder Vernon Erb stands with his 1956 International Dump Truck, the model he used to start his one-man business. He began by hauling gravel in 1959 and a few years later purchased an egg trucking business. Then in 1965, he bought his first reefer, the start of his refrigerated fleet.
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Ending on a high note
Local choir king Alfred Kunz said he isn’t ready to retire — he’s too busy to do that.
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De Boer's treasures: baby raccoons
Four baby bandits snooze, while my camera-flashes, lighting up the inside of their cozy home. As with most raccoon dens, this one was in the hollow of an aging tree.
Andrew Coppolino photo
A meal fit for a king
It was a favourite on the tables of the ancient Greeks and Romans and they are for us a signal that spring is finally here.
Paul Barrie photo
A great big world
Guitar impresario Jesse Cook brought his One World Tour to Centre in the Square on Monday in support of his latest album One World released in April.
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De Boer's treasures: dry stone fencing
A good example of a dry stone fencing (built without concrete or mortar) is the one at the Guelph Correctional Centre on York Road. Inmates were taught skills such as landscaping and farming, so they cleared the fields of stones and boulders, to use them for fencing.
Laurie Snell photo
A new home for local artists
The Art District Gallery is looking to shake up the local art scene when it opens this Friday in the downtown core.
La Yapa: duck eggs
Recently, at the Kitchener Market, I spotted duck eggs for sale.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's treasures: grain harvesting
A threshing machine reminds me of the good old days when grain harvesting was cutting edge technology. Before that, farmers had to use flails that looked like medieval weapons to separate the grain from the chaff.
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I am no true Athenian
Youth from across the region are preparing for their roles in an adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Strutting for a good cause
More than 16 local fashion stores will have their spring fashions displayed tonight at Gemini Model’s Fashion for Life White Party.
Blues Festival announces lineup
The Kitchener Blues Festival kicks off August 6 and runs until Aug. 9.
Get out and walk
The ninth annual Jane’s Walk will take place May 1 to 3 across the region — and country.
Paul Barrie photo
I've got the blues
James Cotton performs during a show at the Centre in the Square, as part of the Blues Hall of Fame Tour. Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond and Cotton were the headliners.
La yapa: Parmesan
Don’t throw that Parmesan cheese rind away.
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De Boer’s treasures: stump fences
The first fences the settlers built along property lines were stump fences. These fences are stronger, last longer and are more foreboding to livestock than anything farmers build these days.
 
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