Being from a small town, I remember everyone. It’s a habit I think birthed from growing up in a place like that. I lived in a house on a main street surrounded by houses of people with important family...
Ender’s Game is a hard movie to peg. For the first two thirds of its running time it plays like a cross between The Hunger Games and Harry Potter, complete with its own version of quidditch and some good...
Friday, October 12 marked the EP release of Peterborough musician, Caitlin Currie, who you may also know from the band formerly known as The Cane Toads. Originally hailing from Whitby, Currie began playing shows for collectives, Broken Arts and Living...
The circumstances were less than ideal. Not only were we locked outside, but it had started to rain. Augusta, Anwyn, and Charlotte of the local, emerging, all-girl band, The Lonely Parade, had agreed to meet up with Arthur for an...
If you’re searching for new tunes to satisfy musical cravings, then look no further! JUICE is a fresh mix of Canadian talent originally hailing from the halls of Humber College’s music department. Blending classic soul and R&B sounds with...
Thank you to everyone who came out last week to our first ever screening at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre! The turnout was fantastic and we could not thank everyone enough. The show must go on. Let’s have a...
This year sees the loss of one of the key theatre courses at Trent, CUST 3070Y: Contemporary Theatre and Performance, taught by Dr. Diana Manole. “CUST 3070 was been my most interesting course,” Dr. Manole reported. “It has an interactive...
Enter at your own risk! The motley collective is bringing a cult classic to a Peterborough stage this October for the group’s inaugural production. Amy M. Cummings and Jess Lynch are the co-directors and co-founders of motley collective. “We’re putting...
For a portion of last summer I spent six weeks on the couch recovering from a horrific kitchen accident involving an avocado, a knife, and my hand. During this enforced resting time I was anxiously devouring as many television shows...
There comes a point in any artistic pursuit when you have to pause, and ask yourself – “who am I doing this for?” Is it for me, for my parents, for my cooler-than-me friends? (Is it to earn cooler-than-me-friends?)...