Editors' Note: A big thank you to Catalina’s for donating such a lovely vintage wedding dress and shoes to our Halloween shoot. We couldn’t have made this issue what it was without their generosity! We encourage those with an...
Meet Ugyen: a member of the Trent alumni who first moved to Peterborough in 2004 from Bhutan. Ugyen has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology, but this hardly defines her. Ugyen’s passion is fashion: “that’s what completes me,”...
There are always at least three shows happening simultaneously if you walk down George or Hunter Street—even on a Monday! It’s one of the quirky and beautiful things about living in Peterborough. The life, the action, all the disparate...
Diane Therrien, Cat Herder Diane Therrien is an honest to god cat herder attempting to coax a group of people all of which own at least one Bon Jovi album into the 21st century. As the lone City Councillor to...
As I stood in a circle of approximately 150 people, with red dresses swinging from trees, the sound of drumming songs from Curve Lake First Nation and Alderville First Nation men, jingle dress-dancers, and the warmth of the autumn...
  It’s the 13th anniversary of Peterborough Pride this year, and Arthur is in on the action! The first Peterborough Pride was held in 2003 after then-Mayor Sylvia Sutherland proclaimed September 16th official Pride Day. From the beginning, Pride in...
Beginnings I started at Trent Radio in 2002. I was in second year in the Great Hall at Champlain. My friend Ryder Ziola said, “Hey James! Do you want to do a radio show?!” And I was like, “Oh, God… Grrrnerrr.” Because I...
We hopped into our photographer’s car one Sunday evening after the Community Butcher Shop closed for the day and threaded through the winding country roads leading to Stoney Lake, where the Walsworths built their cottage. The evening would be spent...
Observing Jill Staveley with her children Charlie and Meara is a beautiful insight into a special dynamic between mother and daughters. When Meara, just days away from her fourth birthday, couldn’t bring herself to smile as the lethargy of...
When I started my degree at Trent, I never dreamed that within four years I would have written my own play and staged it in downtown Peterborough. This past February, I directed a double bill of original one act plays...