This is the second year of the Borderless Music and Arts Festival. It was founded by Sara O. Shahsavari, a talented musician with a passion for equality. This year, the festival ran from October 31 to November 4 at several...
On Hallowe'en, You’re Welcome and the Haus of Accounting put on a queer variety night Spooktacular called Trick or Try Me, Witch! Quxxn put on two drag performances. The first had Quxxn performing as red ridding hood, but soon turning...
To start this off, Nata’s Café was a great place. Great brownies, free Wi-Fi to study with, good coffee & tea, and overall a very nice place to gather for the residents of Peterborough as well as Trent and...
Dear Editors, Dirty air conditioning systems in automobiles and/or homes may be responsible for a seemingly new, paralyzing epidemic affecting children across the United States, and has also been reported in Canada and around the world. The paralysis is correctly...
Bill Templeman jokes that he started his podcast, Pints & Politics, “the same as all my schemes: high on ideals and low on practical thinking.” Templeman’s podcast is recorded from Trent Radio every Tuesday at 9 p.m. and focuses...
The war on sexuality belongs to our generation. We constantly debate issues surrounding consent, sexual identity, and one’s bodily autonomy. There may be many reasons for this widespread misunderstanding of these aspects of sexuality: a lack of access to...
Trent Valley Archives (TVA) hosted their second annual Home Movie Day on October 19, and once again, it was a success. The movie screening took place in Bagnani Hall at Catharine Parr Traill College where, as well as films...
There has been a resurgence of “house shows” in Peterborough over the last few years. If you’ve never been to a house show, fear not. The concept is simple: find a house with enough open space to set up...
For decades, the Canadian government was investigating UFO sightings. Matthew Hayes has spent the last year going through more than 15000 government documents on UFO sightings in Canada, using the Library and Archives Canada, which is available to the...
When Sara Ostrowska first moved to Peterborough, she changed her last name from Shahsavari to Ostrowska as a way of recognizing her Polish roots. Her first musical project is Television Road, a direct reference to Peterborough. Her solo project...