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Pandemic Poetry Project – collection of community musings from Buddies patio

posted Wednesday, September 15, 2021

by: in Books

Last summer, poetry lovers/haters gathered on the patio at Buddies in Bad Time Theatre to read and write their own musings on life, love, and the pandemic. Spurred from the mind of Patricia Wilson. along with the careful editing of host and writer David Bateman, the Pandemic Poetry Project has been published. 19 of the 26 […]

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CYCL – products that every cyclist needs to be visible and safe on the roads

posted Tuesday, September 14, 2021

by: in Fitness, Technology

CYCL is a Dragons’ Den backed company on a mission for safer and greener urban mobility, and dedicated to improving the safety of micro-mobility users worldwide. Best-known for creating WingLights, indicators that fit into the end of bicycle or e-scooter handlebars, which are designed to make your direction intentions clear to other road users and […]

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Householders – linked short stories about families, nascent queers, and self-deluded utopians

posted Tuesday, September 14, 2021

by: in Books

A woman impersonates a nun online, with unexpected consequences. In a rapidly changing neighborhood, tensions escalate around two events planned for the same day. The barista girlfriend of a tech billionaire survives a zombie apocalypse only to face spending her life with the paranoid super-rich. The linked stories in Householders move effortlessly from the commonplace to the […]

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Love That Journey For Me: The Queer Revolution of Schitt’s Creek

posted Saturday, September 4, 2021

by: in Books

Love That Journey For Me dives deep into the cultural sensation of Canadian comedy-drama Schitt’s Creek. Considering the fusion of existing sitcom traditions, references and tropes, this Inkling analyses the nuance of the show and its surrounding cultural and societal impact as a queer revolution. By discussing how the show reshapes LGBTQ+ narratives from the […]

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Pride Journey – Colorado Springs

posted Thursday, September 2, 2021

by: in Pride Journeys

Did you know that Colorado Springs is also known as Olympic City U.S.A.? Neither did I. Not only is the city home to the U.S. Olympic Training Center, but Colorado Springs recently celebrated the grand opening of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum, a stunning state-of-the-art building showcasing the history of the Olympic games as well […]

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“Red X” – a tale of queerness and horror, as men go missing from Toronto’s gay village

posted Tuesday, August 31, 2021

by: in Books

Men are disappearing from Toronto’s gay village. They’re the marginalized, the vulnerable. One by one, stalked and vanished, they leave behind small circles of baffled, frightened friends. Against the shifting backdrop of homophobia throughout the decades, from the HIV/AIDS crisis and riots against raids to gentrification and police brutality, the survivors face inaction from the […]

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Gray Jay Deluxe Canadian Whisky – smart looking, great tasting

posted Thursday, August 26, 2021

by: in Hospitality (Food & Beverage)

Made in Canada from pure Canadian ingredients, Gray Jay Whisky is as smooth and easy-drinking as whisky gets. Named after Canada’s national bird, the friendly and fearless Gray Jay, this is a whisky that’s totally unpretentious and approachable. A whisky that flies in the face of tradition and lets you make your own rules. Exceptionally […]

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Canadian LGBTQ+ influencer Shannon Youngs explores Ontario’s outdoors

posted Tuesday, August 24, 2021

by: in Travel

Hipcamp – the world’s largest provider of outdoor stays – today announced LGBTQ+ influencer and outdoorswoman Shannon Youngs as the face of Assignment: Ontario. Beginning Aug. 24, Youngs will embark on a 7-day, cross-Ontario tour of the province’s strangest and most striking private campsites. Along the way she’ll speak to local and national media about her road trip adventure, and she’ll document her […]

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Canvas Brewing in Huntsville, Ontario is the summer escape you need

posted Tuesday, August 17, 2021

by: in Hospitality (Food & Beverage)

Canvas Brewing Comany is Huntsville’s newest craft brewery, born out of a love for the local landscape and a passion for fresh, well-made craft beer. Opened December 2019, the large building houses a taproom, rooftop and streetside patios with occasional live music, and a 3200 sq ft event space right in Downtown Huntsville.  There’s are […]

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Jordan Tannahill’s “The Listeners” tackles family dynamics

posted Tuesday, August 17, 2021

by: in Books

A propulsive literary page-turner about a family torn apart by a mother’s obsession with a sound that no one else can hear One night, while lying in bed next to her husband, Claire Devon suddenly hears a low hum. This innocuous sound, which no one else in the house can hear, has no obvious source […]

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