Monthly Archives: June 2011

Time for a “Phatter” Park

June 10, 2011

Last Saturday and Sunday Riverside Rails Skatepark was bustling with the sounds of whooshing circular echoes, grinding metal and hub sizzling  air with more than 20 boarders and bikers sharing the space to show off and practice their skills. Chris Daly hits his landing after getting some big air. Daley is 37 and has been extreme biking […]

Dave Sopha and The Pipes

June 9, 2011

Went to a military band tribute to our veterans at the Aud in Kitchener; all I can say was wow. Along with the military dignitaries was our Govenor General David Johnston. I actually thought that we still had the elegant bomb-shell Michaelle Jeane as our Queens agent but Harper must have been un-stacking the GG […]

NDP choose candidate Saturday

June 9, 2011

The Cambridge Provincial NDP are meeting this Saturday to at the Centre for the Arts in the multi-purpose room at 4 P.M. to pick their candidate for the October Election. Current candidates are Joe Dasilava and Atinuke Bankole.

What Gary Goodyear had to say yesterday

June 8, 2011

We get notified of everything that Gary Goodyear says in the House of Commons. We will post them, don’t worry, he doesn’t talk often. Here’s what he had to say yesterday. Here’s what Gary Goodyear had to say in the House of Commons yesterday. June 7th, 11:25 a.m. The Budget ———————————————————- Mr. Speaker, I […]

Cambridge Arts Festival Saturday

June 2, 2011

  Time 04 June · 10:00 – 20:00 Location Cambridge City Hall 50 Dickson St. Cambridge, Ontario   More info Running annually since 1995, the Cambridge Arts Festival is a fun, interactive family event with free admission for all. It hosts a variety of musical, literary, dance, visual art and dramatic entertainment. Local artists and […]

Get together Friday night.

June 2, 2011

Just a reminder, we are having a get together Friday night at The Beaver and Bulldog, starting at around 7. Pilot Project will be playing, starting at about 9. [mappress mapid=”10″]

Archie the Safecracker

June 2, 2011

  My first art gallery, one of four unrecorded disasters, opened in 1976 above the back end of the Bank of` Commerce, corner of Water Street and Main in Galt. Most of my modest profit went to Grand Valley Fortifiers to pay for 90 pound sacks of “scratch” to feed the squadron of pigeons who […]