Articles from July, 2008

Downtown Update
Just a quick run-down on recent events and initiatives in the Hammer.
by RTH Staff
Published July 07, 2008 in Downtown Bureau (11 comments)

Summer Vacation
This is the last RTH issue before our annual summer break.
by Ryan McGreal
Published July 07, 2008 in Editorial (3 comments)

Edmonton's Major LRT Push
LRT is a perfect fit for Hamilton, but we must not forget to ensure high-density development at these nodes, as Edmonton is doing.
by Thom Oommen
Published July 07, 2008 in Opinion (6 comments)

Hamilton Kids Need Summer Transit/Pool Pass
A Splash and Ride pass would really contribute to making Hamilton the best place to raise a child.
by Thom Oommen
Published July 07, 2008 in City Life (5 comments)

Energy crisis: Turning Point of Humanity
For this new era of energy scarcity, new economic principles are needed to maintain prosperity.
by Rudo de Ruijter
Published July 07, 2008 in Special Report: Peak Oil (9 comments)

The Air Conditioning Trap
We really tried to tough it out and do all we could afford to do to avoid the air conditioning trap, but smog and asthma made it impossible.
by Michelle Martin
Published July 07, 2008 in Belonging (3 comments)

Waiting for Denis Johnson
That's what we want from art: something that penetrates the material body, passes through it and into our mind.
by Mark Fenton
Published July 07, 2008 in Photo Essay (0 comments)

Ethics and the City of Hamilton: A Retrospective
An Ethics Commissioner will help, but the City must get back to the business of governance as opposed to petty politics.
by Bob Robertson
Published July 07, 2008 in Commentary (8 comments)

Journalistic Imperatives: Saying What Others Mightn't
The huge gap left open by subservient corporate media called for the development of alternative means of communication, some with their own agenda but widespread enough to balance out.
by Ramzy Baroud
Published July 07, 2008 in Media (0 comments)

Freedom 95
My mid-life retirement makes a lot of sense. The kids are young, everyone is healthy and I'm ready for a change - so what better time to kick back and consider my options?
by Ben Bull
Published July 07, 2008 in Accidental Activist (3 comments)

Only Love
A poem by Ben Bull.
by Ben Bull
Published July 07, 2008 in Accidental Activist (1 comment)

Aerotropolis Secrecy Leaves Citizens and Councillors in the Dark
If our governments don't tell us what the debate is about, how can we reasonably be expected even to know what questions to ask?
by Don McLean
Published July 07, 2008 in Special Report: Aerotropolis (20 comments)

Interesting Circles
Like movies or songs, some books stand out because of the experience we share with them. Some people, too.
by Kevin Somers
Published July 07, 2008 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Anything
A poem by Kevin Somers.
by Kevin Somers
Published July 07, 2008 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

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