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Hidden Gems of Hillside Inside: Kalle Mattson

It was truly an all-ages event, with children eating nachos in the corner, young adults drinking beers at the bar, and older couples sitting in groups on the sidelines - but age made no difference when the music started. Showgoers were enthralled by the cozy atmosphere, and openly approached the bands as musicians went back and forth between sets.

Reading Week Forever

In the midst of the February blahs— with snowy, sleety Guelph weather and midterms casting a dull grey proverbial cloud over University of Guelph students— comes a glimmer in the darkness.

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Operators Open Up About All That is Good

With bands like Phantogram, Death From Above 1979 and Awolnation leading the way across Canada...

Organic By Design: Guelph Organic Confrence & Expo

No GMO, gluten free, organically sourced, locally derived, lactose free but also soy free.

The Shock and Awe of Citizenfour

The meaning of a sign is the response to it. Over the course of the 114 minutes that comprise Citizenfour, Laura Poitras’ new documentary on Edward Snowden and the surveillance state, I sank lower and lower in my seat with an ominous cloud gathering…

Bookstore First Year