Harmony Square -10th Anniversary!

On the weekend of June 8, 9 and 10, the City of Brantford will be celebrating the spirit of Harmony Square after 10 successful years over hundreds of events and community activities.   Thousands from near and far have treasured this jewel in the heart of downtown as a destination for music, art, movies, food,
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So, I’m speaking to the public here – not the art gallery going public, but the rest of you that are perhaps daunted, shy, or disinterested in the art world. I would like to know what would make you come to a gallery? What would bring you from perhaps the sports field, or the video
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By Sharlene Schmidt Emily* chose to wear polka dots on the runway, because her mother loved them. She chose a look reminiscent of the movie, Pretty Woman, because she could identify with a woman refusing to let her life’s circumstances define her. As she climbed the steps of the stage to strut her stuff on
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Rock Stars… They walk among us! Have you imagined the glory of being part of world tours performing in front of thousands of raptured fans or on stage with the likes of Sir Paul McCartney and side by side as an opening act with Sir Rod Stewart? A post shared by Sir Rod Stewart (@sirrodstewart)
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“Crystal” (not her real name) was the typical rebellious kid in her teens and convinced she knew it all and was invincible. She struggled with authority and was in and out of trouble throughout her high school years. Originally, inappropriately diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, her doctor thought although there is no treatment for this likely
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Yes, it is a fact! Movie and television productions tend to highlight human trafficking as the abduction and imprisonment of individuals in a context of ransoms or global political intrigue. The reality is that scenario represents just 17 per cent of the international picture. 83 per cent of those forced into servitude around the world
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By Sylvia Collins Brantford Cheer is one of the most enthusiastic, energetic, excited, all-star competitive cheer squads in the region and the team has outgrown it’s current location. Abbey Girard, owner of Studio A Academy of Performing Arts is looking for a new practice location in Brantford large enough to accommodate a 2,500 square foot
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A 26-year-old Hamilton man was arrested after hiding a knife outside of the Ontario Court of Justice on Thursday. Around 12:30 p.m. the man was observed taking several items out of his pockets and concealing them in a flower pot outside the courthouse on Queen Street. A community patrol officer seized the items, that included
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Local artist’s took their brushes to war for the right to call themselves Brantford’s champion. A dozen artists from Brantford and surrounding area at the Brantford Art Battle on March 3 at The Rope Factory on Sherwood Drive where they had to complete two paintings in two 20 minute rounds. Dave McCreary, a well-known local
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