Posts Tagged ‘Waterloo’

Not only my blogging drought, but the OPERA drought. These crazy towns of KW-C haven’t seen an opera production in a long long time. Anyways this Saturday at 7p.m. is Opera Kitchener’s production of Don Giovanni. Tickets are a steal at $25-30!! A sample of music from the show. This is one of the duets […]


Rude Native Bistro & Lounge King and Erb in Uptown Waterloo So I heard Rude Native has an insane happy hour deal $4 for all appetizers and drinks, everyday 4pm-6pm and 10pm-2am. Three of us went, and got samosas, mussels,  garlic buds and brie, some drinks and some dessert. The food was good. I honestly pigged out on […]


So in an effort to make healthier lifestyle choices, help the environment, and save gas money, I’ve made the decision to bike to work daily next week. I still need to work out some details, such as borrowing a bike, obtaining a helmet, and finding storage for the bike. But my biggest problem is that […]


Kismet Restaurant 160 University Ave W. Waterloo Monday to Saturday: 11:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. To most, Kismet means fate or destiny. To me Kismet is like an abusive relationship with really really really good food. The staff hate all customers. Don’t expect a smile. Don’t ask questions about the menu items. And for goodness […]


I implore all my readers to take Friday off or call in sick, and have an extra long weekend. Canada Day weekend marks the official official official start of summer. Starting now you should be having lazy days, weekends at the cottage or by some body of water, barbeques, cold beverages with dinner, and overall […]


Saturday I had a great night out at the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony as they wrapped up their 2009/2010 season. The evening started with Tabuh-Tabuhan, a piece written by Canadian Colin McPhee. The fervent percussion section really shone, and the sound of the xylophone floated above the sound carrying the music forward against the lethargic and heavy […]


After leaving university, I’ve found that Kitchener-Waterloio is not really a great place to try to live without a car. I carefully chose an apartment on a number of convenient bus routes, and even made sure I could get to the office within one bus ride, but often I found myself waiting half an hour […]