Photo by Natelie Herault for Reframe Film Festival 2019. Reframe Film Festival has been lighting up Peterborough’s screens during the darkest time of the year, and this year marked its 15th consecutive festival. Reframe Film Festival is a platform aiming...
Early last December, Market Hall Performing Arts Centre hosted a performance of Cottagers and Indians, the highly-popular play written by renowned playwright and author Drew Hayden Taylor. This two-person act follows a feud between a seasonal cottage-owner and an...
Reframe Film Festival is lighting up Peterborough once again this January. Celebrating 15 years of screening international issues in local theatres, Reframe Film Festival aims to use film and art to educate viewers, engage youth and the community, and...
On December 27, beloved local art gallery Evans Contemporary posted a statement to their website announcing that as of January 1, 2019, Evans and its sister galleries, Star X and Coeur Nouveau, were to close their doors. With this...

Sheltered

Community service hours. Sixty to graduate, a hundred more for a shot at a scholarship. Double that, and the school purchases a wooden plaque for the lobby in the kid’s honour. They get praised for their civil service, maybe get their name...
Nourish Project Peterborough, in partnership with Artspace, is hosting Hamilton-based photographer Jessie Golem at the Artspace on Aylmer street. The Nourish Project “uses a collaborative approach to grow access to healthy, locally-produced food, food literacy, and food advocacy.” Their aim...
Poetry slams have held a certain level of mysticism in popular culture. There are also a lot of misconceptions about the poets and participants. To many, these events are for those who believe themselves to be culturally or academically...
We have reached that point in the semester, folks. November is a long month where Trent is buried in snow and students are buried in assignments. What seemed like a breeze at the start of the semester now feels...

The Fruit Machine

In the 1950s and 1960s, an academic named Frank Robert Wake created an invention designed to test for homosexuality, with the end goal of identifying and filtering out all gay people from the Canadian civil service and military. Wake’s...
The Trent African Caribbean Student Union (TACSU) is a student group that promotes cultural appreciation and celebration for those of African and Caribbean descent. Their executive team, headed by newly-elected President Beth Bekele, work tirelessly all year to bring...