• Hamilton Music through the Ages By Graham Rockingham / The Hamilton Spectator with files from Leonard Turnevicius Hamilton isn’t known for creating pop stars. It’s hard to imagine a Justin Bieber, or even a Michael Bublé, rising to fame from the shadows of the steel mills. We tend to like our music a little more real. We do it in […]
  • Code breaker: Excerpts from Bill Graham’s memoirs “I was introduced to the English education system. I recall going for half days, as half the schools were in use as hospitals for the victims of that most brutal and senseless war. My early years bring many memories of seemingly endless processions of blind, legless and armless men. Although I was too young to […]
  • Burlington’s WWII code breaker     By Jon Wells, The Hamilton Spectator “My pals arrived at a unanimous decision that if I was going into Intelligence, the bloody war would last forever.” — Bill Graham Years ago, folks wondered what the story was behind the man who lived in the tiny brick house on Wickens Avenue. Burlington’s Bill Graham […]