Looking for Entertainment?

The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra wraps up its Haydn celebration on a high note

Saturday, Feb. 18 was the final performance of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra’s (HPO) celebration of Franz Joseph Haydn. Often known as the Father of the Symphony, Haydn’s classical techniques and dance-like symphonies sparked interest in his most celebrated students, Wolfgang Mozart and Muzio Clementi. Both composers were featured in the ...

Read More →

Brantford author releases first novel

After she was praised in the third grade by her teacher for a story she wrote, writing stuck with Molly Stroud-Smith. Stroud-Smith’s first published novel, Dead Babies, was released last year. The novel follows the story of Doreen Rutherford as she struggles with motherhood while dealing with undiagnosed postpartum psychosis. ...

Read More →

Leah Fuller: from Russian ballet to Latin salsa

Leah Fuller started dancing at the age of four at the Hamilton Conservatory. Her mother had signed her into a program that offered art and performance classes on Saturdays. Every Saturday for three years she would spend the day learning dance, music, art or drama, depending on the Saturday. At ...

Read More →

Celeste – game review

Jump, dash, climb, repeat. The simple gameplay loop of Celeste seems monotonous on paper, but in practice sends the player into the kind of trance that only noteworthy games manage to achieve. Underneath a visibly-shallow surface is where you will find unsuspecting depth in both the game mechanics and a ...

Read More →