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Battle of the Buttons: Musicians Raise Hundreds for 541 Eatery & Exchange

Battle of the Buttons: Musicians Raise Hundreds for 541 Eatery & Exchange

Written By: Elise Arsenault Photos: Colin Andrew Visuals “Did you say battle of the—buttons?” Yeah, buttons. If you’re envisioning an arena of competitors in loose cardigans and business shirts, poised to button up at record speed before the buzzer sounds, I’m sorry to disappoint you. […]

Westfield Heritage Village celebrates history and ice cream

Westfield Heritage Village celebrates history and ice cream

For many years, the ice cream festival has been a staple at Westfield Heritage Village. What started as a festival turned into a carnival a few years ago with traditional carnival games as well. The carnival always runs on the August long weekend for the Sunday and Monday […]

Visit the Ancaster Farmer’s Market on a Wednesday afternoon

Visit the Ancaster Farmer’s Market on a Wednesday afternoon

We’re thankful for all the amazing events that summer brings: local ice cream shops open their doors, outside concerts and festivals fill up our weekends, and farmer’s markets provide a place to pick up locally sourced food and gain a sense of community. Every Wednesday from […]

Toronto “Condo King” Brad Lamb takes on Hamilton

Toronto “Condo King” Brad Lamb takes on Hamilton

Brad Lamb is the CEO of Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc (est. 1995) and Lamb Development Corp. (est. 2001). Lamb has been involved in the sale of over 28,000 properties while his development company has completed 19 developments. His $360-million dollar Hamilton project, Television City, […]

Hidden gems to visit this summer

Hidden gems to visit this summer

The weather is starting to get warmer and most university students are now on summer break and looking for something to do to fill their time. What most students don’t know, however, is that there are plenty of hidden gems around Hamilton that are just […]

A good Friday in Hamilton

A good Friday in Hamilton

This past Friday – Good Friday – there was an art crawl on James Street North. Despite there only being a few vendors, as it’s still early in the art crawl season and a holiday, it was still a great day to explore the street. […]

A day in the 1800s: Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival

A day in the 1800s: Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival

Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival in Rockton Despite Sunday being a bit brisker than the warm February and March days we’ve been having in Hamilton, many people still came out to Westfield Heritage Village for the Maple Syrup Festival in Rockton, Ontario. The annual festival is designed to celebrate […]

Long weekend scenes from #HamOnt (PHOTOS)

Long weekend scenes from #HamOnt (PHOTOS)

The Family Day long weekend had many out and about in Hamilton, Ontario. If you questioned just how picturesque the city could be, here are some of our favourite photos found with the hashtag #HamOnt. #brucetrail #niagaraescarpment #hamont #ontario #canada #hike #hiking #trail #hikingtrail #nature #forest […]

Let’s talk about LOVE

Let’s talk about LOVE

‘Tis the season of love…we asked 5 super cool Hamiltonians to share their dating experiences and tips in time for Valentine’s Day. Worst date ever: “We met online. He seemed super smart and funny. We met at a local restaurant and said our hellos, he […]