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‘Unwavering support’

The Incite Foundation for the Arts supports the contributions of the Tottering Biped Theatre and the Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts. The Incite Foundation for the Arts has contributed more than $6 million to 30 Hamilton-area organizations, through grants from $2,500 to $150,000, since it was founded…
Happening Now

gritLIT is 20 in 2024

Hamilton’s readers and writers festival is four days of readings, panels, interviews and workshops – and Margaret Atwood. gritLIT, Hamilton’s readers and writers festival, is 20 years old and has welcomed more than 400 of Canada’s best-established and emerging authors over the years. Running April 17 to…
Food + Drink

ON THE MENU: WHAT’S OPENED AND CLOSED ON THE LOCAL RESTAURANT SCENE

Here's a list of what has come, gone and changed in Hamilton and Burlington in early 2024. Launched & opening soon 400 Brant (Brant Street, Burlington). Soft opened in January in the historic building that once housed Queen’s Head Pub. Casual upscale dining with…
City Life

Life in the City

PHOTOS BY BRENT PERNIAC, DONNA WAXMAN AND GARY GREEN Jon and Janice Jurus at the Hamilton Club 150-year anniversary, Hamilton Club, Oct. 21.Gary Waxman, Mayor Andrea Horwath and Donna Waxman at the Hamilton Club 150-year anniversary, Hamilton Club, Oct. 21.
Arts + Culture

Behind the scenes: Canadian comedy celebrated in Hamilton

Four-day festival and hall of fame induction revives dream for a bricks-and-mortar comedy hall of fame. PHOTOS BY DONNA WAXMAN AND BRENT PERNIAC The Canadian Comedy Hall of Fame Festival included  the finals of the Funniest Person in Hamilton contest, inductions into a virtual hall of fame, a bilingual…
Food + Drink

ON THE MENU: What’s opened and closed on the local restaurant scene

Here's a list of what has come, gone and changed in Hamilton and Burlington in 2023, along with some glimpses of what's launching in 2024. It has been a turbulent time in the restaurant business and the waters could be getting choppier.   The restaurant game is always risky…
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