Lewis Black is not afraid to speak his mind.
Kitchener-Waterloo has gone Hollywood with a new action film shot in and set to premiere in the region.
For third-year economics student Sohail Chatur, writing comedy is nothing out of the ordinary.
To get equipment for a Harvard class, a Laurier student found a unique way to obtain funding
New exhibit at Clay and Glass Museum allows for attendees to explore the lives of professionals
KW Urban Sketchers have displayed 16 beautifully crafted sketches of downtown Kitchener.
In advance of their season opener, the K-W Symphony and special guests Times for Three allowed students and young professionals to attend the dress rehearsal ahead of the performance.
On Sept. 4, Toronto was thrust into the spotlight as the Toronto International Film Festival kicked off to a crowded street of international attendees
Modus Vivendi Village Players will be performing two nights of LGBTQ theatre in Kitchener in mid-September.
Frontman Max Kerman reflects on his time as a McMaster student and his close ties to Waterloo