Hello John. JKM: Hi. So. What is your title? JKM: I am the Vice President and General Manager of Trent Radio. What does being Vice President and General Manager of Trent Radio entail? JKM: Oversight of the operations of an organization that holds a...
Hey Ocean is an indie pop/jazz combo from Vancouver. These three “mischievous personalities” include David Beckingham on guitar, Dave Vertesi on bass and Ashleigh Ball on flute. All three sing. They’re bringing their west coast wails down to the...
Nardwuar the Human Serviette has been a fixture in Canadian media for over 20 years.  He has interviewed literally hundreds of musicians including Weird Al, Snoop Dog, Robb Zombie, Beck, Kurt Cobain, Lemmy Kilmister, Flavor Flav, Fat Mike, Henry...
The opening night of FUTURETENSE at ARTSPACE proved to be an evening of excitement.  The theme of the artspace membership sourced exhibit focuses on technology and media within our daily lives. The art pieces on display serve as a...
Public Energy’s artist-in-residence, Bill James, is teaching two classes at the Athletic Complex, which are free for Trent students. His dance  technique classes take place on Monday at 4pm, and will encompass technique from modern dance, ballet, and a...
photo: Derek Branscombe Dan Romano has been a fixture on the Canadian touring circuit for almost a decade now.  Most well known for his indie efforts with Attack in Black and as  the touring guitarist for City in Colour, Romano...
One of the many highlights of Peterborough's Arts Week is a travelling art gallery in the back of a U-Haul. The brainchild of curators Carolyn Code, Elizabeth Fennel and Ann Jaeger, the “Gallery In The Truck” features 10 local...
(photo: Jason Halstead) John K. Samson is the frontman of Winnipeg power folk group The Weakerthans, Managing Editor at the self proclaimed "left leaning" Arbiter Ring Publishing, and the 3rd ex-bassist of the political punk group Propaghandi. He will be playing...
Trent Alumni and Hamilton native B.A. Johnston will be once again gracing our city with his Casio keyboards, face humping, and sweaty rowdiness.As far as I can tell, Mr. Johnston is as permanent a rotating feature in Peterborough as...
Jonas Bonnetta used to live in Peterborough.  I remember him most for his beard,his energy, and my surprise at his apparent skateboarding prowess.  Jonas’ solo-keyboard-guitar-looping-folk musical project “Evening Hymns” began here and has developed into a full ensemble including...