The funeral for Marley Rowe who was killed New Year’s morning outside a party on Sherman Avenue North. A over flow crowd was on hand at Bay Gardens Funeral Home for the service.
Like any good Canadian grandfather, Cecil Kalyn built an outdoor skating rink in his yard for the grandkids. And like all those grandpas, he quickly realized that maintaining an outdoor rink, given the wild fluctuations in our winters nowadays, was difficult. So Kalyn found a better solution: make a rink indoors. Behind his Flamborough home […]
The Hamilton Bulldogs lost to the Toronto Marlies Friday night at Copps Coliseum, by a score of 4-1. But that lone Dogs goal was important, for it signaled to the faithful in the stands to toss their toys over the glass onto the ice. Hundreds of stuffed animals littered the ice, destined to bring a […]
Hamilton’s St. Thomas More Knights and local rival St. Mary’s Crusaders are not just cross town rivals. They are 2 of the best senior girls basketball teams in Ontario. So, it was only fitting that the two powerhouses clashed for the Catholic girls championship game Thursday night at the Burridge gym at McMaster. In the […]
The Hamilton Bulldogs, off to a good start this AHL season, tangled with the Abbotsford Heat at Copps Coliseum Saturday night. Despite jumping out to a quick 2-0 lead, the Dogs ended up falling to the Heat 3-2. Here’s a look at some of the action I photographed. – Barry Gray
I had the brilliant (I thought) idea to do a photo/video of the salmon making a late fall run up Red Hill creek in Hamilton. I started Monday, spending part of the afternoon in pursuit of a photo. Of course, anyone can point a camera into the water and get a picture of a fish. […]
During the Hamilton Tiger Cats home opener against Edmonton in Guelph Sunday, I ventured into the stands to get the name of a soggy fan I had photographed. The woman sitting in front of him turned to me in the rain and said, ” How are those (my cameras) in the rain?” “I’ll let you […]
Those classic Canadian rockers, Rush, played to a packed house at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton Saturday night. Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart proved that, like all the other rock bands that refuse to fade quietly into the night, they can still rock with the best of ’em.
Each June, the town of Ancaster celebrates Heritage Days, doing all those things small town folks do to celebrate – a parade, fieworks, good food, fun times. I had a chance yesterday to take in the annual parade, and even better, the annual soap box derby. Go fast, kids – downhill. -Barry Gray