Wednesday night's Pride Spoken Word Spectacular had two of everyone's favourite things- pride week festivities and poetry. This event is just one of 36 taking place this week in Peterborough as we celebrate our vibrant LGBTQ community through Pride....
The Peterborough community has seemingly endless niche groups spread all over the city. We know the most prominent ones -- the arts community, the vibrant music scene, the sports lovers -- but Peterborough is also seeing a rise in...
In this edition we’ll be celebrating Black History Month with a slew of great books to be found downtown. Books And Things (Water St. between Simcoe and Hunter): Start here to find a number of classic African-American narratives including My Bondage...
The Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre is a community-based charitable non-profit organization that provides counselling, workshops and groups, crisis support, accompaniment, and public education for survivors of recent and historical sexual violence. We are a positive space providing support to survivors...
Three years ago, Trent University PhD student Amy Jane Vosper (a.k.a. Miss Von Purr) hosted a free workshop in conjunction with the Trent Queer Collective and Self Love Week. In this workshop she outlined how burlesque dancing can strengthen...
Do you like things? I mean do you really like things? Maybe your spinning wheel, large concrete structures, Star Trek, board games or Japanese domestic market vehicles? Cornish rexes? Whatever your passion may be, Trent Radio is offering you the...
The coolest shindig around is a little store called Planet of Stuff. I recently visited the store because the owner requested it, but also simply out of well-timed curiosity. I have driven by the store many times, and have...
On October 30, MPP Jeff Leal, Minister of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs, made an announcement at the Peterborough Hunters and Anglers Club that caused Ontario bear hunters to come out of the woodwork. In 1999, the Ontario government announced...
co- authored by Reba Harrison Survey Results: Students’ Life in Peterborough This week, Arthur conducted an online survey entitled “Students’ Life in Peterborough.” The focus of the survey revolved around getting a better understanding of how Trent students feel about Peterborough outside...
The Warming Room is a collaborative project between several non-profit organizations in Peterborough with the support of the City of Peterborough and the Canadian Mental Health Association. The purpose of this project is to provide extra emergency shelter space during...