Arts & LIfe

In Review: The Amish Project

green light arts' explores themes of forgiveness in The Amish Project at Hagey Hall until Oct. 5

Is the internet making libraries obsolete?

In the age of the Internet, CBC Radio’s Cross Country Checkup tries to determine if we still need libraries, and...

Being Earnest has never been more important

UW’s drama department has been mainly “living in tragedy land,” according to drama teacher Jennifer Roberts-Smyth. This year, however, they are...

UW and Laurier music hopefuls can “sing for their shot”

Circus Music Company is hosting a singing competition exclusively for UW and Laurier students this fall

New Variety Show comes to KW’s Queer Community

Welcome Modus Vivendi Village Players, an acting troupe that will be running a new variety show Sept. 17-20 at The Registry Theatre in Kitchener.

Fire breathing, juggling, and mimes — Oh My!

The Sun Life Financial Waterloo Busker Carnival is an annual festival that brings performers from all over the globe to uptown Waterloo for a weekend of street theatre, carnival rides, confections, and fun.

Series finale

This is my last Talking Remote column. I've always believed writing is about the content, not the writer. One of the constant challenges in writing this column is detaching my feelings when evaluating today's television.

Style on the streets of Waterloo

Walking down the street do you ever take note that the building to your right looks similar to the shirt you're wearing?

Waterloo arts scene gets a little push

The Region of Waterloo Arts Fund announced the artist projects that will receive the spring round of funding June 26.

I don’t wanna miss a thing

A review of Big Music Fest, featuring Bryan Adams and Aerosmith, in Kitchener July 11 and 13.
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