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Independent coffee shop has become vibrant community hub

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Boiling Over is a big supporter of the arts community, with its open mic nights on the third Friday of each month. Photo: Roderick Benns.

On any given day it’s easy to see the City’s business getting done. No, we’re not at City Hall right now in your faithful scribe’s scenario. We are, in fact, at Boiling Over’s Coffee Vault in downtown Lindsay.

Meetings take place between City officials here. Economic Development might stop by for a tête-à-tête. Community groups meet to plan their activities. It’s not all business, of course. There’s socializing and debate, conversations and interviews. It’s a mix of millennials, Generation Z, Generation X, and Boomers. (Well, pretty much all ages.)

I’ve seen teachers lesson planning, students doing homework, and artists talking music.

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Boots of Hazard takes on ‘21 Charities’ in 21 days

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Boots of Hazard takes on ‘21 Charities’ in 21 days

Musicians on a mission. Two Canadian musicians have put together an ambitious and creative plan to help local charities.

Brooks Robinson and Dennis Carmichael have gotten many requests for charity gigs and they liked the idea of ‘paying it forward.’

The two performers will help raise money for 21 charities over a span of 21 days, in 21 different venues. This amazing networking and musical marathon will conclude on the evening of their 21st performance with a charity gala at The Academy Theatre.

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Strumbellas’ drummer releases new track ‘Pour Another’: Listen here

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Strumbellas' drummer releases new track 'Pour Another': Listen here

No matter how hard you work, Jeremy Drury works harder. Very few people have worked so single mindedly towards a career in music than the drummer of the Strumbellas. If most of us have dreamed of the life of a rock star, since he was a kid growing up in Lindsay, Jeremy put his nose down and worked.

In high school, as a student of LCVI, Jeremy was the driving rhythm of the punk band “Fat Chance,” signing to a label and moving to BC in an attempt to make it.

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