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Your Urban Lifestyle Guide

December 5, 2016 @ 10:10am by Nana

ecoming a bartender in North America isn’t seen as a legitimate career for many. It’s a job you get into while trying to make money for school, or you might become a bartender so you can meet more girls (or whatever floats your boat). For me, it wasn’t quite either of those things, I got involved because I was intrigued.

Many people fear the kettle bell. The uncertainty and fear of them makes them one of the most passed over gym tool. The benefits and ease of working with kettle bells are outstanding and really quite simple.
To help you understand kettle bells and why you should consider working with them I have called upon Ottawa’s Kettle Bell ‘Guru’; Ben Johnson, Fitness Professional – FKA, YTU, KBTS3, Biosignature Analysis.

The Criminalization of Blackness & the Prison Industrial Complex

 
Maria Arseniuk
On the morning of Tuesday, November 8th I woke up ready to usher in the first female president of the United States. My three years of researching and writing about entrenched and institutionalized racism, sexism, homophobia and xenophobia prepared me for an inevitable Trump victory – and yet my optimism held out.

There is a wine revolution going on all over the world right now. More and more young people are moving to the country side to rehabilitate old wineries and vineyards. Wine popularity has been on the rise the past few years and according to a new report by the Wine Market Council and as reported by the Wine Spectator, millennials accounted for 42% of all wine drunken in North America in 2015.

t’s a well-known fact that we have an issue when it comes to food distribution across the globe, and the only winners are large corporations who keep prices high, and the quality at an all time low. Rural communities across the world rely on farming as a source of sustenance for their families and villages.

Written By Kayla Miller
Ottawa art gallery Studio Sixty Six’s upcoming exhibition Erupt, opening with a reception on October 5th (6-9PM) features new works from recent graduates of the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa (SPAO). Located in Ottawa’s Byward Market, SPAO is an independent, not-for-profit school and career college aimed at giving intensive learning experiences and enriching the culture of photographic arts.