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Yogscast Jingle Jam raises $3.5 million

The holiday season became a little brighter as the Yogscast Jingle Jam raised over $3.5 million in its first week. The Jingle Jam is an annual fundraiser held by the online gaming streamers known as Yogscast in support of various charities, including the Mental Health Foundation, Save the Children and ...

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A review of the new Panasonic GH5

The Panasonic and Lumix’s GH series has always been marketed as their higher-end mirrorless camera. With an increased focus on video capabilities, offered at a fair price, the next instalment of this series, the Panasonic Lumix GH5, released earlier this year, has yet to disappoint. Physically, the GH5’s body is ...

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Trench 11: Parasites, Soldiers and Tunnels Oh My

Trench 11 is a new Canadian sci-fi horror film from the creative minds of director Leo Scherman and producer Tyler Levine. A rag-tag group of British and American soldiers led by a Canadian demolitions specialist must descend into a German lab underneath the trenches of the Argonne Forest during WWI ...

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Culinary cocktail competition a hit

The smell of tacos filled the air in Liquid Kitty on John Street South, accompanied by the sounds of cheering onlookers. On Oct. 11, chefs Scott Bailey and Dmitry Perov faced off in a themed cocktail competition created and hosted by Mezcal TNT owner and chef Manny Ferreira. The chefs ...

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Mohawk College TV students working on short film

Mohawk’s second-year TV class is showcasing student talent and creativity through their “Capstone” final projects. Students have been producing short films that will highlight their skills and creative vision for their future careers.  The films will be premiered Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the McIntyre Theatre on the Fennell Campus. TV ...

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Experimenting with poetry

Sunday night at The Spice Factory was proof that millennials can be both self- and community-aware. A group of young adults performed their poems at the Hamilton Young Poetsʼ (HYP) monthly poetry slam on Nov. 26. The poets were given the opportunity to experiment with the topic ofscience. Subjects ranged ...

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