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Historical horticulture
It’s not the insects that keep Ed Dennis in the gardens at Doon Heritage Village — it’s the people.
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La yapa: food events
As July enters its last week in the summer of 2014, the food events just keep rolling along.
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Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 10:10:32 PM
Property owners get their wish by avoiding heritage list "[...] property owners in Kitchener dodged the bullet and kept their properties off the heritage list last week. That’s [...]"
Comment by Heritage homes, Margaret Avenue bridge and spam. This is the Marshall Report | KW Real Estate News
Monday, July, 07, 2014 - 6:06:36 AM
Cycling advisory committee gets new name and new direction "Yes, it's also very important to discuss the walkability of our sidewalks. Snow clearing in winter, and more shade trees, would make it much easier for those who must walk everywhere - especially seniors but not only seniors. I hope the new advisor"
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Sunday, July, 06, 2014 - 2:02:49 PM
Be careful of promises made "[...] Be careful of promises made -Editorial in  Kitchener Post [...]"
Comment by Keep city's commitment to replace Margaret Ave. bridge quickly - James HOWE
Acoustic brunch set added to KOI Fest
Kitchener’s Ontario Independent (KOI) Music Festival is adding an acoustic brunch show on Sept. 21 to its three-day festival.
John De Boer photo
De Boer’s treasures: Lundy's Lane
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the bloodiest battle during the war of 1812.
Melissa Murray photo
Sandy surprises
Justine is coming from Toronto to visit TheMuseum, but she isn’t someone who would normally make the trip — Justine is 3,000 years old.
Ribfest and Craft Beer Show in Victoria Park
The ribs will be on the grill and the beers flowing in Victoria Park this weekend for the 11th annual Ribfest and Craft Beer Show.
Humane Society swamped with cats and dogs
The Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society is filled to the brim with cats and dogs.
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De Boer’s treasures: Grand River Queen
The Grand River Queen is one of three tour boats operated by Blain Albin and his sister Dana Johnson, whose parents John and Luella founded Grand River Dinner Cruises 36 years ago
Andrew Coppolino
La Yapa: Ribfest and Craft Beer Show
Friday at 5 p.m. marks the cook-off kick-start to yet another downtown Kitchener summer food event.
Heather Abrey photo
Main squeeze
Rick Guzik stops for a portrait while playing the accordion downtown on Tuesday. The city has musicians booked to play Tuesdays at Vogelsang Green until September.
Andrew Coppolino photo
The fruits of gleaning
The new Tri-Cities Gleaners Guild (TCGG) is actively at work in Waterloo Region with volunteer harvesters “rescuing” food from trees and gardens, sharing a sense of community and building partnerships that will certainly build a stronger region.
John De Boer photo
De Boer’s treasures: Paisley City Mill
Would you like to own 36 scenic acres in the village of Paisley on the Teeswater River?
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Setting the stage
You never know when you see an indie band whether they will be the next big thing in music.
John De Boer photo
De Boer's Treasures: Gibraltar Point Lighthouse
The Gibraltar Point Lighthouse on Toronto Island is the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Great Lakes.
Paul Barrie photo
Faster than the speed of sound
Young and old were delighted by the Waterloo Air Show on Saturday and Sunday.
Zac Jolliffe photo
La yapa: Tacofest
Tonight is Tacofest 2014, the popular event that pairs local restaurants with local craft brewers for an evening of fun and fellowship focused on the magical thing that is a taco.
Building Waterloo Region
You might not meet anybody as excited about architecture as Rick Haldenby. Almost certainly, nobody can match his enthusiasm for the architecture of Waterloo Region.
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De Boer's treasures
Generations ago, our pioneers had to build fencing where post hole digging was almost impossible because of the rocky ground, so they came up with the idea of building split rail fencing.
 
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