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New mural printed at Hamilton Farmers’ Market

Local artist John Godfrey teamed up with Prints Ink, a Hamilton start-up that offers the services of wallPen, a massive vertical printer. A new mural at the Hamilton Farmers’ Market combines the talents of a local artist with a massive inkjet printer that prints on vertical walls. John…
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Pollyanna The Musical: The Digital Diaries

HAMILTON CITY Magazine lifts the curtain on bringing this world premiere to the stage at Theatre Aquarius. Through unprecedented access to the creative team, cast and production crew, we are documenting the blood, sweat, tears and hard work that go into getting to opening night. Pollyanna…
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Calling for a miracle for local journalism

Hamilton's public relations ranks vastly outnumbers reporters in this city and that's bad news, says one of those PR pros. Jay Robb says supporting The Hamilton Spectator is a 'crucible moment' for Hamilton. Editor’s note: This piece by Jay Robb originally appeared in The Hamilton Spectator on Oct.
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Hamilton Literary Awards announces winners

Hamilton Arts Council honours authors in five categories in 30th annual awards ceremony. The Hamilton Arts Council has revealed the winners in the 30th annual Hamilton Literary Awards, which recognizes and celebrates literary excellence in the Greater Hamilton Area and Six Nations of the Grand River.  The Dec.
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Pollyanna The Musical demonstrates continuing ambition of Theatre Aquarius

Hamilton’s professional theatre aims to grow its revenue base to allow more artistic risk-taking, community outreach and support for young artists. CHECK OUT OUR BEHIND-THE-SCENES AT POLLYANNA HERE! The ambitious spectacle that is Pollyanna The Musical is a fitting way to conclude…
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At home for the holiday films

Hamilton-based actor Ann Pirvu is a supporting lead in Hallmark original Undercover Holiday that was shot in Hamilton and debuts this season. Made for TV holiday movies are endlessly and unabashedly positive. They are simple and rather old-fashioned rom-coms where love always wins and Christmas transforms even…