On September 18th, the organizers from Hollaback! and Courage Peterborough, along with the Peterborough Aids Resource Network (PARN) hosted the Transgender Day of Resilience as an extension of Peterborough’s annual Pride Week. One event included was the Transgender and...
Deanna Henry, founder of Modern Alchemy, took home the winning prize at the first annual Cubs’ Lair entrepreneurship competition. Kawartha Artists, Artisan online (a platform to share stories and creations), and Royal Hydrographics (a custom water transfer printing business...
The results of human-induced climate change are apparent in the melting of Arctic ice and the increasing frequency of extreme climatic events. For example, in 2004 in Peterborough there was a flood that would be expected to occur only once...
On Saturday, November 14th, Masjid Al- Salaam was set ablaze in an act of terrorism. The day before, an attack on Paris shook the world and solidified our pre- conditioned idea of who a Terrorist is. It was an atmosphere...
On Monday, January 11, 2016, close to 120 members of the Peterborough and surrounding community braved the snow and almost -20c weather to be part of an open conversation regarding the economic future of Peterborough-Kawartha, led by none other...
Clairvoyant: defined as, “A supernatural ability to perceive future events”. Clairvoyant: defined as, “A Peterborough/Toronto band that battles life’s bullshit, one song, one verse, one anger-drenched line at a time.” “There is so much left to do before I die” screams...
Many of us are familiar with the controversial case based out of Ferguson Missouri regarding the shooting and death of Michael Brown. On November 24, 2014 Officer Darren Wilson, the responding officer on August 9, 2014, was not indicted...
A new performance space opened its doors on January 7th, 2013 to a standing room only audience: The Theatre on King. Ryan Kerr and his company Fleshy Thud along with Linda Kash and her company The Peterborough Academy of Performing...
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Mark Jokinen’s Bookstore (George St. between King and Sherbrooke): Gao Xingjian’s Soul Mountain, a semi-autobiographical novel about a man who gets a reprieve from his cancer diagnosis and then travels 15,000 kilometres into the rural Sichuan, is so filled with...