The sun is shining, the ice cream truck is gingerly perusing down the streets of Waterloo, birds are chirping and flocks of backpacks are headed towards the business building.
Although lacking experience with design when he started out, Johnson has developed a unique style of his own.
Maybe that’s their plan altogether: to scare away the students and give the adults somewhere to play uptown.
The Cord staff set out to see who can make the best grilled cheese and here’s what they cooked
Follow these tips and your experience with green smoothies will be love at first sip.
Many restaurants in the Kitchener-Waterloo area draw from local sources of produce with exquisite results.
From the life-like reconstructions of dinosaurs to hearing what scientists believe a tyrannosaurus rex sounded like, Dinosaurs: The Edge of Extinction allows for viewers to go back and see how these prehistoric creatures would have lived. From looking at the…
Avoiding college shenanigans while keeping your sanity
With the coming of its latest exhibit Getting Naked on March 6, THEMUSEUM will be exploring the cultural perceptions of the naked body and how society views such work.
Waterloo resident Bobby Besant may only be 23, but he has already helped to launch his own business, appeared on Dragon’s Den and crafted his own beer, which is slowly making its way to the shelves of the LCBO.