Monthly Archives: August 2011

Coney Hatch/Toronto drummer forms new band with Cambridge musicians

August 12, 2011

If you’re looking for trouble you can find it head on at the girl’s night out at The Beaver and Bulldog on Friday. If you’re ready to make up you can even the score with a little assault and flattery. If you need some new romance you can get it on credit, as long as […]

The Ballet African

August 9, 2011

From “Eavesdroppings, Stories from small towns when sin was fun.” Published by The Dundern Group Toronto. Available at Book Express and Cambridge Centre for the Arts. The Ballet African was a troupe of bare-breasted dancers driven by drummers in fur jocks hammering on logs. First it was just a rumour. It had taken Montreal and […]

Don’t ruin it for those who truly need it.

August 4, 2011

I have never written to a newspaper before, but I am finding it quite difficult to keep quiet after reading the latest article in the Cambridge Times about another person caught faking cancer. What is it with people? First Ashley Kirilow, then Jessica Ann Leeder and now Cambridge teacher Breanne McGuire is facing charges. I […]