a place or means of entry.
Introducing readers to hidden gems and untold stories, The Inlet is an entry point to Hamilton, and its surrounding areas, reporting on people, places, and things that aren’t already making headlines.
Launched in 2017, The Inlet was created by six bloggers, each with a proven history of connecting readers to the Hamilton community. By coming together, they bring their diverse interests to The Inlet, continuing their tradition of keeping readers in the know.
Inspired by a series of inlets that once dotted Hamilton’s industrial landscape, The Inlet explores a changing city through the eyes of people who love it. From arts and culture, food and drinks, architecture, and everything in between, The Inlet showcases the daily experiences — from a night on the town to a family day trip — that make this growing, changing city an exciting place to be.
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Thomas Allen is an award-winning architectural journalist who was born and raised in Hamilton. His blog Rebuild Hamilton is all about chronicling the architecture of the city. He also likes to think he’s a good photographer.
Biljana is a writer and a digital media specialist who has been writing about Hamilton for over a decade. You can find all of Biljana’s music related writing on her website Cut From Steel. Other interests include internet deep-dives, the great outdoors and complaining about the HSR.
Jessica Rose is writer, editor, and book reviewer whose blog Not My Typewriter has been exploring local literature, history, and the arts since 2011. You’re most likely to find her at home in the Stinson neighbourhood or drinking a Caesar on one of Hamilton’s many patios.
Heather is a restaurant marketer, food industry graphic designer, writer, and blogger for hamiltonsmallfries.com. Also an avid home cook when not out supporting the local food scene, Heather immerses herself into the culinary community at every chance she gets. Beyond food, Heather loves tea, animals, and exploring Hamilton’s green spaces.