There has been high hopes since last week about reversing the government’s decision to close Sarnia Jail when it was reported Sarnia-Lambton provincial Liberal candidate Anne-Marie Gillis was “extremely encouraged” after emerging from an impromptu meeting on Aug.
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Lookin’ cool in sunglasses this week and at the top of his game, David Burrows has done it again – he’s put together another exciting, top shelf episode of The Show that includes highlights, video footage and interviews from the past week in Sarnia-Lambton.
Mark your calendars and let the countdown begin – one week, two days to be exact – for nothing less than what’s being billed a revolution to “specifically promote the good community we find ourselves in,” with a “new kind of annual festival” set to wind Sarnia-Lambton’s prominent summer festival season and celebrate the greatness that is Lambton County.
It’s been another exciting, festive week for The Show that kicked off with highlights from last weekend’s 3rd anniversary of the Can-Am Powerboat Races that includes, as you’ve come to expect from this program, exclusive video footage, photos and interviews.
Featured Photograph courtesy of The Austin Chronicle International critically acclaimed independent singer-songwriter Ginger Doss is in town tonight for a very special, intimate live performance that’s being hosted by Coffee Lodge on the corner of Exmouth and Capel.
As his viewers have all come to expect since Episode 1 of The Show was launched on November 7, 2011, this week’s episode is packed with information, recaps and exclusives.
The 3rd annual Can-Am Offshore Powerboat Races are slated for this weekend, Aug.
Photographs courtesy of Captain Kidd Days Looking for something to do this weekend for the entire family or craving some of the region’s best live cover music?
It’s been a busy week for David Burrows that’s taken him all over the region from London’s Rock The Park 10th Anniversary opening night spectacular to Camlachie’s Woodstock music festival while not missing a beat when it comes to his usual outstanding coverage of entertainment and special events happening locally and around the world.
Photography courtesy of Kerry Belliveau of Kerry’s Klips Photography Story by Joe Burd It would be quite easy after such an incredible showing by all of the bands Saturday night, including London’s Under The Covers winner Dirty Little Secret, to use the old adage, “third time’s the charm.” However, considering the incredible, breathtaking performances seen over the first two days – Thursday and Friday – along with Saturday’s, for all intents and purposes, musical magic the only suitable adage would be to say this year’s 10th anniversary edition music festival had, “batted a 1000,” by the end of the final night.