Articles from March, 2007

Three Poems
A selection of poems by Jeffrey Stewart.
by Jeffrey Stewart
Published March 19, 2007 in Fiction and Poetry (1 comment)

Patrick Watson: Close to Paradise
Patrick Watson's music is so rich, so substantial, so very sensual that it fairly begs to be compared to fine wine or hearty, Mediterranean cuisine.
by Ryan McGreal
Published March 19, 2007 in Reviews (2 comments)

The Ambitious City's Victorian Values
A history of Britain's Victorian industrial cities offers compelling lessons for Hamilton.
by Nicholas Kevlahan
Published March 19, 2007 in Cover (8 comments)

Fuel Efficiency is Not the Answer
Increasing fuel efficiency in vehicles by itself simply lowers the cost of driving and encourages more sprawl development.
by Don McLean
Published March 19, 2007 in Commentary (12 comments)

How I Wrote "How I Wrote 'Fisk'"
If you like movies about how movies are made, you'll love this story about how a story was made.
by Mark Fenton
Published March 19, 2007 in Photo Essay (2 comments)

Should and Shouldn't
You should read this carefully, but you shouldn't take anything you read here too seriously.
by Kevin Somers
Published March 19, 2007 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

You Should(n't)
A Poem by Kevin Somers
by Kevin Somers
Published March 19, 2007 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Getting On the Right Track
We can learn from Toronto and other cities and develop the right system for our city without the obstacles and negative side effects being incorporated.
by Jason Leach
Published March 19, 2007 in Downtown Bureau (4 comments)

Tidbits from the Census
Despite the obvious problem of sprawl still existing in a big way across Canada, Hamiltonians should take heart that the bleeding has finally stopped.
by Jason Leach
Published March 19, 2007 in Downtown Bureau (18 comments)

Mandatory Voting Toward a Healthy Democracy
Now is the time for one bold constitutional amendment that can grab public attention and move the nation forward.
by Joel S. Hirschhorn
Published March 19, 2007 in US Politics (7 comments)

An Easy Ride
The real problem is that Hamilton has to keep transit fares extremely low to compete with the relative ease and convenience of driving.
by Jonathan Dalton
Published March 19, 2007 in Special Report: Transit (10 comments)

Random Thoughts From An Aging Brain
I do believe in the power of positive thinking, that you make your own luck in this world, and that a good friend, a full stomach and a warm blanket are all you really need.
by Ben Bull
Published March 19, 2007 in Accidental Activist (1 comment)

Anti-Science: The National Post on Climate Change
Eventually, even the most committed ideologues are forced to face the facts.
by Adrian Duyzer
Published March 19, 2007 in Digital Kayak (14 comments)

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