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It’s all sewn up at Theatrix Costume House

Kensington Avenue North business has found a 'forever home in Hamilton,' jamming more than 50,000 costumes, wigs and accessories into a former church. At Theatrix Costume House, it’s dress-up day every day. This place at the corner of Kensington Avenue North and Cannon Street, in what…
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. Dirk Francis and Karen Van Hoecke became Hamiltonians about a year ago when Francis officially took on his new three-year post as vice-president of manufacturing at ArcelorMittal…
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Marta Hewson: Fully in focus

Hamilton photographer is continually reinventing her career behind the camera and is now embarking into fine art. Two abductions have been turning points in photographer Marta Hewson’s life. The first came in 1974 when she was just four years old. Her father, president of a successful family construction…
Arts + Culture

Mid-week whisky tasting to unveil new spirit, song

Chris Gormley, drummer with Hamilton-based band the Trews, will debut Nectar of the Gods in the former home of Ward IV in east Hamilton on May 17. Whisky and songs and food inspired by whisky will be the stars of an event in the former home of…
Arts + Culture

Hamilton Art Circuit features four gallery openings in one night

Event will showcase the work of close to 50 artists of diverse styles, a pop-up exhibition space, and the new Crown & Press Gallery on Ottawa Street North. An art circuit in Hamilton isn’t a new idea but it is a good idea and that’s why four galleries…
City Life

Fashion show raises thousands for Cancer Assistance Program

12 models, who are all breast cancer survivors, entertain a sold-out crowd that raised $16,225 for Concession Street program. From a woman undergoing cancer treatment to another who has been cancer-free for more than 50 years, this fashion show was just as much about celebrating as it was…