March 4 saw the opening of Artspace’s newest exhibition, Wanderings, a new body of artwork by Meryl McMaster. The Ottawa-based artist explores her relationship to “cultural identity within the larger framework of historical and contemporary identity politics, using sculpture, photography...
   On Saturday, November 16, Wenjack Theatre was packed to near-capacity as the audience prepared for the long awaited Afrobana 2013, or, as it was lovingly dubbed, Afribbean Sensation. Many came from far and wide, hoping to have a...
Co-authored by Troy Bordun Approximately 60 people turned up for the Rally and March for Reproductive Justice at 5p.m. on March 8. While the rally was held on International Women’s Day, it was also a response to the City of...
Shad is a hip-hop artist hailing from London, Ontario. Born in Kenya, he is now a well-known, Juno award-winning Canadian musician. He is known for his socially conscious content, often depicting concerns regarding politics, history, and race. I got the...
Having been a vegan for nine years, I understand the challenges of finding quality vegan food that is not only healthy, but tasty as well! It has been even more difficult to find restaurants willing to cater to my...
The small city of Peterborough, Ontario is one of a kind. It’s a thriving student city with a culture based on unity and community living. Peterborough can also be seen as a metaphor; an artwork that is undeniably underrated....
On Monday October 15, the 4:40 p.m. the Major Bennett bus route was running 15 minutes behind schedule. One might normally attribute the delay to rush hour traffic, but an increase in usual ridership suggested otherwise. A majority of passengers...
Things from Mom’s Basement is most likely the coolest store in Peterborough. The store is a haven for collectors, and a paradise for anyone looking for odd, cult, or nostalgic items. Located on Charlotte Street just a few doors...
Everyone knows of Dreams of Beans, the beautiful cafe and coffee bean dispensary that sells homemade pastries such as the famous spinach and feta boureka. This was one of our favourite study spots as students, and is still a space...
Over the past few weeks I've had the opportunity to speak with some of the candidates who are running in 2014 provincial election in Peterborough. Unfortunately I haven't been able to meet all of the major candidates, and I only...