Be excited. Pup is coming! Pup will be playing the Red Dog on December 8th. Opening for them will be local Peterborough band Cross Dog (see the theme?). Pup brings a blend of melodic punk with indie-ish vibes, and...
Last week Arthur had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Matt Diamond. If this name sounds familiar, that is probably because you’ve heard his silky smooth voice on the radio every day at 2pm on 101.5 The Wolf....
Lesley Parnell Lesley Parnell is the type of woman that, if you were to ask her age, she would spread a rumour about you serving frozen dinners to your family on Christmas. Her humblebrags about trips to the farmers market...
Do you have an amazing business idea? Do you already run a business that needs support or exposure in the local community? In that case, you need to enter the Downtown Business Improvement Area’s Win This Space competition. Minimal...
On Wednesday November 9th, over 300 supporters gathered at Confederation Square to show solidarity for the people in North Dakota who are standing up against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). The gatherers joined hands in support for “people over...
Don "the Dad" Vassiliadis Don Vassiliadis is the uninvolved father figure from 80s movies. He sits at the dinner table, eats his meal, occasionally gives nods of approval to the rest of those in attendance and votes with the rest...
Entering Catalina’s on Saturday November 5 was like walking into uncharted territory. Many attendees hadn’t heard of Zuze before, and had arrived simply out of curiosity and the intriguing manner in which the show was promoted. The Facebook page...
Hunter Street Books is officially open for business. As the first independent bookstore in downtown Peterborough since Titles closed its doors in 2012, there has been much ado surrounding the shop. Author and now bookstore proprietor Michelle Berry says...
The city of Peterborough has an offer on its electrical distribution service from Hydro One which priced Peterborough Distribution Inc. (PDI) at $105 million. This is the first substantive event in a saga that has been dragging on for...
Saturday November 5th was an iconic day, alive with protest. Hordes of people gathered in Toronto and Halifax to show solidarity with the Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Daisy Komujuni, a past Arthur writer, attended the Dakota Pipeline Access (DPL)...