Reading + Entertainment
Meghan, Queen's Square | April 14, 2020
During a serious situation, it can be a relief to laugh and find the absurdity in life. This week, I invited some wacky neighbours into my apartment... Read More»
Jessica, Hespeler | March 1, 2020
I’m sure you’ve heard that old adage, “everything old is new again”. Lately it feels like the entertainment industry has taken this message to heart... Read More»
Jennifer, Clemens Mill | March 1, 2020
There is a balminess that you can feel in the air when Spring is just around the corner. The breeze is sweet. The sun waits a little longer to set.... Read More»
Tina, Preston | March 1, 2020
We always say: Don't judge a book by its cover; but sometimes it's fun to do just that!
I've been trying colour displays at my branch for the last... Read More»
Shawna, Old Post Office | March 1, 2020
Read a Chiller-of-a-Thriller before the last of the snow melts.
Jo Nesbo is a Scandinavian crime writer with international best-selling novels. In... Read More»
Phil, Queen's Square | February 28, 2020
As a child with a parent experiencing memory loss, finding common ground can be difficult as conversations are often short, pauses long, as... Read More»
Shawna, Old Post Office | February 1, 2020
The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern: A Complete History by David McPherson is not only a history of the Tavern itself but how it also helped influence... Read More»
Jessica, Preston | February 1, 2020
Oscar predictions are a tricky business, but there if there is one thing we can predict with utter certainty about 2020’s ceremony, it is this: The... Read More»
Phil, Queen's Square | February 1, 2020
There’s no better way to spend a chilly winter’s night than curling up on the couch with the dog and a new book.
I think I’ll start with Aravind... Read More»
Jennifer, Clemens Mill | February 1, 2020
Remember when Sebastian and Mia met in La La land and they danced on a hill overlooking the city and sang A Lovely Night? Or when Claire has a... Read More»