Admission, starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd (both concocted in an underground lab to be superhumanly adorable)immediately falls victim to that familiar trope. Tina Fey plays Portia Nathan, an admissions officer at Princeton who likes to go on long...
When I dropped out of the Frost Centre’s Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies program in 2009, I had no idea I would eventually be living and breathing my subject matter, sharing it with the wider community in a way...
I’ve missed Steve Carell. Sure he’s popped up in a couple of movies here and there – Seeking a Friend for the End of the World being his most recent sitting on my DVR unwatched – but ever since...
If “The Medium is the Message,” at least according to Marshal McLuhan, then Skylar Kergil must have a lot to say. The 21-year-old from Saratoga Springs NY has a best-selling Bandcamp called Lentils and Dirt, a YouTube account under...
Sexuality, vulnerability, power, suspense, individualism, and synchronicity were all recurring themes in Public Energy's showcase of Scan and Cinq Humeurs by artist-in-residence Emmanuel Jouthe. The performances took place at Market Hall to a sold-out audience on Friday, March 8. Designed...
According to their CBC Music page, the saying “All Fruits Ripe” is Patois for ‘everything is all right’. This week Arthur got the chance to sit down, relax, and share a beer with the three fine Peterborough musicians united...
Prequels are always inherently fighting an uphill battle. It’s not only that they have to live up to their behemoth predecessors – because let’s be honest, they don’t make prequels for franchises that aren’t already huge hits – but...
This year’s Battle of the Bands was a raging success thanks to performances by many talented musicians. The high level of the competition was evident by the difficulty the judges faced in deciding upon a winner. One of the...
Photos by Laura Harkness On March 16, the Anne Shirley Theatre Company will present their first showing of Legally Blonde: The Musical. Whilst we eagerly await opening night, Arthur had the opportunity to talk to President of the company, Wyatt...
Performed March 7 (reviewed), 8, 9, 10 at Nozhem First People’s Performance Space, and March 13 at Market Hall. Flying is a play that Director Diana Manole says “helps us see how Chekhov could have written if he had been...