TCE’s very own Matt Smith loves vinyl and shopping for vinyl. A lot. Just in time for the...
Officially, my neighbourhood is called Kingsdale, though some say Kingsdale-slash-Vanier-slash-Fairview and I typically describe it as the best-smelling...
In 1910, Main Street bisected Waterloo. In 2016, King Street runs through uptown
It’s fun to stay at the YMCA, it’s fun to stay at the YMCA, or at least it...
Nothing says summer like the alluring scent of fresh cut french fries in a grease-bath
Many thousands of people ate, danced and became cultured at this year's multicultural festival, in Kitchener's Victoria Park.
The only thing constant is change and the building at the corner of King and Princess apparently
Cities change, and buildings come and go. TCE looks back
In the mid 2000s, soon after the Waterloo Town Square mall was partially demolished, the King Street frontage redeveloped, and the remaining indoor section rebranded as “The Shops,” a luxury hotel was set to rise next door at Caroline and Willis Way.
Downtown Kitchener will soon be home to a new restaurant at 45 King Street West. The Berlin, slated to open late November, is co-owned by Head Chef Jonathan Gushue and General Manager Ryan Lloyd-Craig. The two are currently hard at work transforming the space, which formerly housed Peter Martin’s The 41 Gastro Pub. Their vision is for a simple, laid-back restaurant that focuses on sustainability and the basics of cooking.