Articles from July, 2006

Summer Break
We're taking some time off during the summer.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 05, 2006 in Site Notes (0 comments)

Crimes Against Vanity
Ted Mitchell is guilty as charged, and here's the evidence to prove it.
by Ted Mitchell
Published July 05, 2006 in Ideas (0 comments)

I Saw It On TV
The world is beamed to my front door, through it, and onto my TV, where the choice of programming grows like cancer.
by Kevin Somers
Published July 05, 2006 in Entertainment and Sports (1 comment)

TV Love
A poem by Kevin Somers
by Kevin Somers
Published July 05, 2006 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

A War on Rhetorical Wars
People don't like to be dominated, and resistance to domination is a renewable resource.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 05, 2006 in Editorial (1 comment)

Cuban-ness and the Hot Cuban Art Scene
In Cuba, even the simplest of gestures is surrounded by layers of meaning.
by Francie O'Flynn
Published July 05, 2006 in Arts and Music (4 comments)

Appleby Line and Highway 5
Cars as well as houses are what we shut ourselves in to avoid the terror of the crowd.
by Mark Fenton
Published July 05, 2006 in Photo Essay (0 comments)

Lister Block: Writing on the Wall
Lister Block hangs in the balance; can any possible outcome please enough people to resolve the conflict over its fate?
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 05, 2006 in Special Report: Lister Block (4 comments)

Adding Up the Scores: Fun Factor Part II
Ben compares Hamilton with other cities in which he's lived, and highlights some lessons for the Hammer.
by Ben Bull
Published July 05, 2006 in Accidental Activist (0 comments)

Happy Birthday to a Great Nation
Canada is known around the world for our nature and beauty and even here in my downtown neighbourhood, that is evident.
by Jason Leach
Published July 05, 2006 in City Life (0 comments)

Big Plans for the Farmers' Market
Imagine a vibrant, cultural market district in the heart of our historic core.
by Jason Leach
Published July 05, 2006 in Special Report: Farmers Market (1 comment)

Summer Photo Tour
Hamilton's downtown is beautiful. Go turn off your computer and enjoy it!
by Jason Leach
Published July 05, 2006 in City Life (3 comments)

Downtown Update
The pace of reinvestment into James St., recently converted to two-way, should be a wake-up call to City Council.
by Jason Leach
Published July 05, 2006 in Downtown Bureau (0 comments)

Don't Punish Commuters
A reader argues that banning driving on smog days is not practical without a viable alternative.
by Letter to the Editor
Published July 05, 2006 in Letters (6 comments)

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