The Spill is one of Peterborough’s finest venues for all-ages live music of any genre. Local and touring musicians take the small stage almost every night of the week. Katie Green, an instructor of the punk music course in the...
Well, the soon-to-be 20 year-old pop star, Justin Bieber, is at it again. Anyone with a WiFi connection has either read or heard about the Biebs and his little driving misadventure down in Miami. While, thankfully, no one was...
I recently got fucking wasted with Missy Knott. Remember that Mary-Kate Edwards show that you should have been at, but probably weren’t because you were too “tired” or had to “go on a date”? Yeah, I was there, and...
In recent years, the Canadian theatre scene has seen a budding trend towards creating experiences that seek to create a more inclusive environment for show-goers of all stripes. Relaxed performances – sometimes referred to “sensory-friendly performances” – were originally...
Local musicians Dave Grenon, Wes Grist, and Bennett Bedoukian are Hello Babies. Formerly named Tender Buttons, together they play a kind of music that combines techniques from a variety of musical traditions including jazz, rock, post-punk and noise. They...
On October 23, Peterborough residents and Trent students gathered in Otonabee College’s Wenjack Theatre for a panel discussion and live screening of Tragically Hip singer Gord Downie’s...
The Dirty Nil is a three-piece band out of Hamilton, Ont. They are self-proclaimed classic rock n’ roll musicians. However, their sound comes closer to punk than it does to classic rock. Their lyrics are very angst-influenced with a...
“What will you do when something as disastrous as an avalanche happens? Are we expected to perform differently based on our gender?” That is the question Östlund is trying to ask in Force Majeure by putting a Swedish couple and...
They hit you over the head with everything pretty fast. In less than no time at all you are shuttled off to the nearest town to select your starter and begin your adventure anew. Everything is new and exciting...
Following last week’s screening of Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, TFS would like to draw an end to this exciting term with a film that is also set in WWII Japan. The Wind Rises, the latest, and unfortunately, the last...