Publication: Hamilton Spectator

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PHOTOS: Sights and sounds of the Ancaster Fair

SMOKEJohn Rennison,The Hamilton SpectatorRyan Luehmann steps back as the smoke emerges from the burn pot on his John Deere tractor, which has been converted to wood gasification. Wood chips put in the container smoulder, releasing a gas that can be burned ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Entities: Ancaster, Wood, Gasification
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Montreal’s Lachine Canal bike path wheels through city’s past and present

MONTREAL To get a glimpse of Montreal's storied past, hop on a bike and head to the Lachine Canal.On the 15-kilometre cycling path that winds its way from the city's Old Port to Lake St-Louis, signs of the city's early days as a shipping and manufacturing ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
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Far from Tokyo skyscrapers, sample quiet rhythms, local shops of Yanaka neighbourhood

TOKYO The typical visitor to Tokyo envisions a futuristic city of skyscraper canyons and electronic gadgets, but in the eastern part of the city, an older way of life persists."In Yanaka, you have the history, the tradition, the temples," says Allan West, ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Entities: Tokyo, Pigment, Kyoto
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Copenhagen in six hours

Decapitated twice.Arm amputated once.Blown off her pedestal recently.And festooned with propaganda in many separate incidents intended to be either political or funny, or both.Copenhagen's The Little Mermaid statue has led a tough, interesting and charmed ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
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"Who Wrote the Bible"

" "This is an ongoing discussion group for adults. Currently reading the book "Who Wrote the Bible" by Richard Elliot Friedman. Discussion plus related videos. ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Entities: Richard Elliot
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Microsoft Excel Computer Workshop

Attend this workshop to learn the basic features of Microsoft Excel 2010. Registration is required. Please call 905-690-9927 to reserve your spot. Space is limited. ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Entities: Microsoft Excel
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Forget the vase and arrange flowers in a box

TOKYO Fresh flowers beautifully arranged in boxes are popular gifts — elegant and easy to carry, they also present no trouble to recipients, who can display them just as they are. Flower boxes can be made at home, too."If you cover the box with the lid ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Entities: Star Anise, Tokyo
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Small spaces need versatile furnishings

Q: We have purchased a condo after 25 years in a house and want to start fresh with furnishings. We like French style and are looking for pieces that will work in a smaller space. What would you suggest?A: The secret to success when furnishing a small ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Entities: Wood, London
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Apprenticeship Information Session

Interested in an apprenticeship? Attend this workshop to get more information on how to work in the trades. Please call 905-690-9927 to register. ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Entities: Acquisition
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WELLNESS: Native Beadwork

This free, one-evening beginner workshop for those affected by cancer, is presented in partnership with Aboriginal Patient Navigator Services at Juravinski Cancer Centre.When: Monday, Sept. 22, 6 to 7:30 p.m.Where: Wellwood Juravinski House, 501 Sanatorium ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Entities: Cancer, Navigator, Patient
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Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario grand opening

Erland Lee Museum Home welcomes FWIO Provincial Office to Stoney CreekGrand Opening of the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario Provincial Office in Stoney Creek, birthplace of Women's Institutes. ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 9 hours ago]
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Meena Bazaar (Shop for the festive season)

(Shop for the festive season)Meena BazaarMeena Bazaar is the annual shopping event of the South Asian Heritage Association of Hamilton and Region. There will be a variety of South Asian Clothing, Jewellery, Spicy Food, Henna tattoos and more. Shop for ... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 9 hours ago]
Entities: Hanukkah, Henna, Diwali

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"People basically come here and spend the day right into the night, when they can go for a dinner or for a drink."
"In Tokyo, you can find whatever you want," he says. "In Shinjuki, Roppongi, Shibuya, you find the Western world. If you are interested in the culture you need to come downtown. This is downtown. The culture remains here, alive."
Ishikawa often uses a Chinese spice known as star anise to decorate boxes. "It's shaped like a star. It looks cute, I like it."
I suspect both those writers are not dog owners. If they were, they would not wonder "why people feel the need to bring their dog everywhere they go." Some of us love and depend on our dogs completely for their love, companionship, protection and pure joy, and would never endanger their lives...

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PHOTOS: Sights and sounds of the Ancaster Fair [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Copenhagen in six hours [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Montreal’s Lachine Canal bike path wheels throu... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Far from Tokyo skyscrapers, sample quiet rhythm... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Microsoft Excel Computer Workshop [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
"Who Wrote the Bible" [Published Hamilton Spectator - 4 hours ago]
Small spaces need versatile furnishings [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Forget the vase and arrange flowers in a box [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
WELLNESS: Native Beadwork [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Apprenticeship Information Session [Published Hamilton Spectator - 7 hours ago]
Meena Bazaar (Shop for the festive season) [Published Hamilton Spectator - 9 hours ago]
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario grand o... [Published Hamilton Spectator - 9 hours ago]
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