Articles from January, 2009

Henderson Hospital and El Mirador
Cranes can be spotted in two locations on the mountain: Concession Street and Upper Gage and Fennel.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published January 08, 2009 in Cranespotting (3 comments)

An Audio Conversation with Harry Stinson
Harry Stinson is an unpretentious visionary, and with his sharpened business sense he finds opportunity where others haven't. He sees an immense amount of unrealized opportunity in Hamilton.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published January 08, 2009 in Interviews (49 comments)

Unjust Deserts, by Gar Alperovitz and Lew Daly
Unjust Deserts is an important, timely book, and its publication should ignite a far-ranging discussion about just what it means to earn wealth.
by Ryan McGreal
Published January 08, 2009 in Reviews (15 comments)

The Vortex: A Fable of Espionage and Betrayal
A short story by Mark Fenton.
by Mark Fenton
Published January 08, 2009 in Fiction (0 comments)

Hamilton Civic Coalition: A Retrospective
A history of the Hamilton Civic Coalition, an informal gathering of community leaders working together to develop a new direction in city development.
by Roy Adams
Published January 08, 2009 in Commentary (3 comments)

Ethical Consumers Cooperative: Affordable Sustainability
What if there were an organization that offered ethical, environmentally friendly products and services and could fund itself by sharing the difference between retail prices and wholesale costs?
by Amy Kenny
Published January 08, 2009 in City Life (5 comments)

Gaza and the World: Will Things Ever Change?
One has to wonder: if Israel kills a thousand more, ten thousand, or half of Gaza, will the US still blame Palestinians?
by Ramzy Baroud
Published January 08, 2009 in Opinion (32 comments)

Imagination
Imagination is wonderful. It allows us to advance, create, and sympathize. We can't experience another's pain, but we can imagine it.
by Kevin Somers
Published January 08, 2009 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Imagine
A poem by Kevin Somers.
by Kevin Somers
Published January 08, 2009 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

Oil Price Volatility and Economic Chaos
With a carbon tax, tougher energy efficiency regulations and incentives for innovation in energy production and conservation, we may not be too late to stay ahead of the coming permanent decline in oil production.
by Ryan McGreal
Published January 08, 2009 in Special Report: Peak Oil (49 comments)

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