A higher learning experience with Vilmos Zsigmond

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There were tears, laughter and inspirational stories August 8 as Hungarian-American cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond led a Toronto International Film Festival Higher Learning Master Class. Zsigmond got his start in the American film industry in the 1970s by working alongside director…

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In review: WolfCop

It may be the summer, but that doesn’t mean people have to wait until Halloween to watch scary movies. On July 3, Waterloo’s Princess Twin Cinemas showed a not-so-classic horror movie WolfCop. That’s right, the movie is actually called WolfCop,…

WolfCop played at Princess Twin Cinemas on July 3.

In review: Ish & Chips food truck

Ever since it burned down in August 2012, notoriously delicious fish and chips restaurant Ish & Chips has been absent from the Waterloo region. Ish & Chips had some of the most delectable fish, chips, poutine and hot eats that…

Photo by Heather Davidson

Safety of cyclists questioned

With the warm weather finally upon us, people are taking their bikes out of the garage to the road. However, they may run into some problems. While cycling in Kitchener-Waterloo is fairly safe, Blake Ellis, a board member of the…

Graphic by Lena Yang

Feline film festival hits K-W

It all started with a cat, a camera and YouTube. Just for Cats is a Canada-wide film festival that promotes cat welfare, while entertaining on the silver screen. A juried film festival, audience members were able to watch the best…

Just for cats

In review: Imbibe’s craft beer

Located at 10 King St. N. in Kitchener, Imbibe is rapidly becoming the go-to spot for craft beers in Kitchener-Waterloo.
Their food is top notch, but it’s their specialization in craft beer that really makes it worth the visit.

Imbibe (Heather Davidson)