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Five long years
Colin James played at Centre in the Square on March 13.
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Now I have everything
In between midterms, papers and the grind of completing a university degree, students from Conrad Grebel University College have been preparing for a very different kind of performance review.
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De Boer's treasures: Wellington County Museum
Half way between Elora and Fergus stands a majestic stone building which overlooks Wellington Road 18. For the past 40 years it has served as the Wellington County Museum and Archives.
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La Yapa: food apps
There are apps and mains when it comes to dinner courses at your favourite restaurant, but your smartphone itself can be a smorgasbord of food apps.
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Stealing the spotlight
Flynn’s tail begins to wag the instant he sees A.J. Bridel. As soon as he’s allowed, he scampers over to her and bounces with excitement at her ankles.
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De Boer's treasures: Mary Webb Centre
Cultural events in Kitchener take place at the Centre in the Square, but in the village of Highgate they take place in a round building with square outer corners. It’s called the Mary Webb Centre, which, until five years ago, was a United Church.
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De Boer's treasures: Webster's Falls
Webster’s Falls in Hamilton is a spectacular frozen wonderland this winter. My hiking buddy John Cress stands on the massive ice mound which reaches half way up the 22-metre high falls.
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Getting Naked at TheMuseum
Getting Naked takes on a new connotation at TheMuseum as the history of Canadian nudes is explored in an exhibit that exposes the human form at its most vulnerable.
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Jen Grant at the Centre in the Square
Jen Grant performed at the Centre in the Square Tuesday evening. Mel Parsons from New Zealand was the opening act.
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The show goes on
Ron Couch wanted to talk about the 60th anniversary of the Kinsmen TV Auction in a place that has directly benefited from the work the club has done over the past six decades.
La Yapa: Spring food scene
It’s early March, so let’s do a quick review of the restaurant scene.
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De Boer's treasures: abandoned mausoleum
A few kilometres west of Port Dover, on Highway 6 stands an abandoned mausoleum with room for more than 300 dead guests. It is situated on a sacred burial ground owned by the Port Dover Cemetery Company.
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Finding 'who' you are
What comes to mind when you “think of a beautiful schlopp — with a cherry on top?”
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A reply to violence
Upon hearing the news of U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963, Leonard Bernstein, then conductor of the New York Philharmonic, responded with this now famous phrase: “This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.”
Teen philanthropy group seeks grantee
Social Venture Partners’ teen group, focused on tackling Waterloo Region’s challenges involving children, youth and families, is now accepting applications from non-profits in Waterloo Region for a $4,000 grant, plus volunteer time.
La yapa: Seedy Saturday
Gardening: it’s a leisure activity that is second in popularity only to walking.
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Classic choir
Last Wednesday Classic Albums Live performed Pink Floyd’s The Wall, with help from the Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir.
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Let it be
Let It Be: A Celebration of Music of the Beatles The Beatles Story was performed at the Centre in the Square on Sunday night.
 
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