Taylor Jones' latest photography project launched with panel at the KPL featuring "Kitchener's Finest" last month
KPL's circulation manager tells TCE how Kitchener's Libraries fill up their shelves and servers
New strategic plan charts ambitious plans to improve digital literacy and accessibility across city
In which we write about a writer who is writing words so as to keep makers making in the Region
For many years, Waterloo Region’s technology sector has attracted national and international attention, and on a blustery Saturday...
A once secret path revived as needed trail
Grand Trunk Saloon brings the heat, and delivers southern fare
TCE asked contributors to share about love, loosely inspired by the Ancient Greeks, who thought about the concept in many different ways. We may have created one or two types of our own.
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.
Nestled in the corner of Duke and Ontario Streets is the surprisingly large Mercury Cafe. The cafe opened at the end of August and has already started garnering a reputation for fresh, delicious, locally-sourced food.
Four double americanos out of five double americanos.