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Open Jam at The Jazz Room

Andriy Tikhonov (left) along with Steve Montgomery, a director with the Grand River Jazz Society and sound engineer Jeremy Bernard tried a social/musical experiment on Saturday: they hosted an open jam for jazz and blues players at The Jazz Room … Continue reading

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Get yer mug on–WPW pottery sale April 21-23

This is my kitchen cupboard. Aside from a few mugs painted by our live-in artists, it is filled with locally-thrown goodness from the Waterloo Potters Workshop. If you’re new here, the WPW fired up (ahem) 49 years ago and has … Continue reading

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Making music where beer was made: WTMC

Nobody has ever mistakenly identified me as an improvisational musician. I am not that. I am, however, a fan of new things, tech+music things, DIY things and things that bring people together for whatever reason. Waterloo Tape Music Club is … Continue reading

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Waldo found: the man beneath the tuque

Last Friday after an early-evening coffee, Brohemus and I wandered into the public square uptown as we’ve been known to do. Here we found my friend and City of Waterloo’s Festival and Events Specialist, Mr. Josh Bean. Josh programs the … Continue reading

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Robert Langen Art Gallery opens with Egoyan and Rokeby

Two weeks ago, the Robert Langen Art Gallery opened the first show within its new home at the Laurier Library. The capacity crowd enjoyed a performance/installation by the duo of Eve Egoyan and David Rokeby. I particularly liked that it … Continue reading

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Curator Suzanne Luke on Laurier Library LIFT Series

This is Suzanne Luke, Curator, Robert Langen Art Gallery and Laurier Library LIFT Series. Since she put together this whole mechanism through which I can exhibit my photos along with Stefan Rose and Stephen Orlando, I thought it might interest … Continue reading

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3 photogs with sustained attention–Thu night @ Laurier Library

Hey, *this* is the week: Thursday, Oct 20 I’ll be hanging out with photogs Stefan Rose (left) and Stephen Orlando (right) at the Laurier Library for the reception of our show f/1.4 The Changing Face of Contemporary Photography. That’s part … Continue reading

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1shot #263-Rejoice Waterloo: pavement markings on King St S

O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! Pavement markings are sparkling in the morning light on King Street South at Allen. This makes me disproportionately happy. Excelsior! Uptown, this is Waterloo. DW

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Geek Week’n on the Tech Startup Podcast

Geek Week is an umbrella under which a whack of upcoming events cooperate to encourage you to leave your sofas and hit the streets. Maker Expo (coming Sept 10), upon which I work, is always looking to partner and connect … Continue reading

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1shot #262-pouring on King Street

Light rail transit construction at King and Allen. This is Waterloo. DW

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