Articles from April, 2007

Downtown Update
The good, the bad, and the ugly in recent Hamilton activity.
by Jason Leach
Published April 30, 2007 in Downtown Bureau (5 comments)

Raise Your Hammer
Gravity Climbing Gym, like Hamilton, is a sweet secret destined to get out.
by Kevin Somers
Published April 30, 2007 in Entertainment and Sports (5 comments)

Live Life Like
A poem by Kevin Somers.
by Kevin Somers
Published April 30, 2007 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Economic Inequality and the 'C' Word
Eventually the inherent fundamental absurdities of the global economic system will prove unsustainable.
by Joel S. Hirschhorn
Published April 30, 2007 in US Politics (0 comments)

Discovering June Callwood
Most of the good deeds being done in the world today are small, and done in private.
by Ben Bull
Published April 30, 2007 in Accidental Activist (3 comments)

The Coming Economic Collapse
An economist shares ways to profit from the coming economic collapse he believes will be triggered by declining global oil production.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published April 30, 2007 in Reviews (14 comments)

Less is Mower
The positive effects of our lawns and gardens can quickly be negated if we are not careful about the tools we use to maintain them.
by Sean Burak
Published April 30, 2007 in Gardening (4 comments)

Fix the Municipal Funding System
Canadian cities cannot meet 21st century challenges with a 19th century legal framework.
by Ryan McGreal
Published April 30, 2007 in Editorial (1 comment)

Support the Anti-Idling By-Law
The proposed anti-idling by-law needs your support at the May 10 public consultation.
by Ryan McGreal
Published April 30, 2007 in Editorial (6 comments)

Possibility for a Camera Obscura and Garth and Stonechurch
Mark sees through a glass, darkly.
by Mark Fenton
Published April 30, 2007 in Photo Essay (4 comments)

As Spring Arrives, Perennial Issues and Guerilla Gardeners Resurface
Perennials are everywhere, it seems, except in the city's gardens.
by Adrian Duyzer
Published April 10, 2007 in Gardening (7 comments)

Word
If words lack succinctness, style, substance, or sincerity, what's the point? Fortunately, many people respect words and put them together beautifully.
by Kevin Somers
Published April 10, 2007 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Words
A poem by Kevin Somers.
by Kevin Somers
Published April 10, 2007 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

From Economic Apartheid to Political Revolution
We have a plutocratic corporate state that now has taken economic inequality to new levels - in fact to what now is a sick and shameful condition of economic apartheid.
by Joel S. Hirschhorn
Published April 10, 2007 in US Politics (1 comment)

Downtown Update
After a long and doleful hiatus, Jason is back with the best new happenings in the core.
by Jason Leach
Published April 10, 2007 in Downtown Bureau (13 comments)

Hamilton is My Home and I Love it
The old buildings downtown have so much potential and the people there are "real".
by Letter to the Editor
Published April 10, 2007 in Letters (3 comments)

Additions to RTH First Principles
A reader suggests two additions to the RTH first principles.
by Letter to the Editor
Published April 10, 2007 in Letters (0 comments)

Poems, Translations, Versions
A selection of poetry by Jeffrey Stewart.
by Jeffrey Stewart
Published April 10, 2007 in Fiction and Poetry (1 comment)

It's What We Do That Counts
Democracy, like life, can only resemble a rich and meaningful experience if we throw ourselves into it.
by Ben Bull
Published April 10, 2007 in Accidental Activist (0 comments)

Postcards from New Glasgow
RTH jet-setter Ben Bull scours the world in search of exciting locales to share.
by Ben Bull
Published April 10, 2007 in Accidental Activist (1 comment)

Alternative Power: Making Sense of New Technologies
The internal combustion engine's days are numbered. What will take its place?
by Ted Mitchell
Published April 10, 2007 in Ideas (15 comments)

Laying the Groundwork for Rapid Transit
It's quite exciting finally to see the future of transit being developed in Hamilton after years of neglect.
by Jason Leach
Published April 10, 2007 in Downtown Bureau (2 comments)

The Good The Bad And The Queen
Matt reviews the Self-titled album and the live show (The Kool House, March 11, 2007).
by Matthew Van Allen
Published April 10, 2007 in Reviews (0 comments)

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)
Whether you're laughing or choking at Borat's dialogue, some sort of a reaction is coming out of you!
by Matthew Van Allen
Published April 10, 2007 in Reviews (1 comment)

Reinventing the Farmers' Market
Improve it, expand it, take it to the streets and surrounding neighbourhoods, but please don't yuppify it or ruin it.
by Jason Leach
Published April 10, 2007 in Special Report: Farmers Market (16 comments)

The Cost of Convenience
The problem with convenience at any cost is that it can sometimes cause more harm than good.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published April 10, 2007 in Suburban Bureau (1 comment)

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