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Food + Drink

Two days of fun, eating, drinking coming to town

Hamilton's Food & Drink Fest is marking 15 years of celebrating Hamilton and Burlington chefs, restaurants and food makers. Sipping, savouring, sampling and teasing the tastebuds is the agenda for the 2023 Food & Drink Fest, dubbed the region’s most fun and delicious culinary, wine, spirit…
City Life

Part 2 of 2023 and beyond: An interview with Mayor Andrea Horwath

In this second installment, HCM’s Jeff Martin explores key issues with Mayor Andrea Horwath, including the perceived culture of secrecy within council and the need to move toward greater transparency and cultural change at City Hall. She also elaborates on the importance of Hamilton’s farmland…
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City Life

2023 and beyond: An interview with Mayor Andrea Horwath

HCM’s Jeff Martin sat down with Mayor Andrea Horwath to gain insight into her vision and key priorities for the coming term for the new Hamilton city council. She discussed the issues and challenges that she and council will be dealing with this year, including a new budget.
Arts + Culture

‘Master architects’ The Killjoys to hit hometown stage

Hamilton’s own super-trio of Mike Trebilcock, Shelley Woods and Gene Champagne are playing the Bridgeworks Dec. 10. Hamilton’s own music triumvirate, The Killjoys, burst on to the Canadian music scene in the  ‘90s, releasing their first of four albums, Starry, in 1994 and winning a best…
Arts + Culture

Celebrating Gord Lewis

FirstOntario Concert Hall rocked Saturday night in honour of Teenage Head guitarist. It could not have been a better, more appropriate way to salute Hamilton Day. The celebration of life for Teenage Head lead guitarist and songwriter Gord Lewis at FirstOntario Concert Hall Saturday evening, was a magnificent, historic…
City Life

For the love of Hamilton

This regular HAMILTON CITY Magazine feature will highlight people, from all walks of life, who have embraced Hamilton as their new home.  Outstanding and sometimes outrageous, the one-and-only Sky Gilbert once called Toronto home. But it’s been 18 years since he arrived in Hamilton, where he established the…