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September 23, 2014

Acoustic Harvest’s 18th season is kicking off with a Kingsville Folk Festival Discovery Night, featuring Mati Haskell and J.K. Gulley, as well as The Oh Chays. Haskell has been earning rave reviews for both her debut album, 10, 2 & 6, and for her live performances, which leave many wondering how a Chatham, Ontario native […]

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Beach Arts Scene

Open Gallery presents Invisible Cities, an exhibition of paintings by Reuben Looyenga. The artist creates intricate artscapes by tracing the lines created when paper is crumpled up. The resulting patterns explore “the generative design of the gesture.” Looyenga’s focus is to find “the codes and pattern within the gesture and moment; how the action affects […]

DECA Art Fair brings family fun to outdoor art show

The city’s most family-friendly art fair is back on East Danforth this weekend, as the Danforth East Community Association presents the seventh annual Danforth East Art Fair. Painters, potters, photographers, jewellers, and all other manner of artists and craftspeople will be on hand for two days selling their creations at East Lynn Park. This year […]

Beach Books

The Sex Life of the Amoeba By Barry Healey 257 Pages MiroLand Publishers Reviewed by Jon Muldoon The Sex Life of the Amoeba, the debut novel from TV and film writer Barry Healey, despite its title, is not so much about sex as it is about one character trying to figure out who she’s attracted […]

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