Wednesday, November 20 is Trans* Day of Remembrance, an international day set aside for remembering trans* individuals who have been murdered over the past year. Statistically, one in twelve trans* identified persons will be murdered in their lifetime, and most...
Goal: We need a large number of people from the Peterborough region to sign the Peterborough Declaration on Climate Change to join with hundreds of thousands of others across the country in identifying our concern on November 16th, the National...
  What do you think of when you hear the term “local music”? Acoustic guitars? Hand drums? Open mics? Cover songs? Well, let me tell you, Peterborough does actually have all those things in our vibrant music scene, but also so much...
Gary Beamish, an experienced wildcrafter, made an appearance at Sadleir House October 29 to share his wisdom on how to take nature’s bounty, teaching the audience who came out where, how, and when to find local wild foods. Humans are...
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...
Knowing that I wanted to go to university meant that I got my first job the day I turned sixteen. I have worked every year since then and have held a variety of positions, saving up paycheques little by...
In 2010, 1,393,606 animals were subjected to animal testing in Canada alone. Despite the implementation of the Animal Welfare Act, this continues to be an issue in health and university research labs across Canada. In order to bring awareness to...
This summer Artspace issued a call-out to local artists for their Wrap the Bus project. First Nations artist Jimson Bowler’s painting was chosen and on Tuesday, November 12 the production will bring a new form of art to the...
  Being from a small town, I remember everyone. It’s a habit I think birthed from growing up in a place like that. I lived in a house on a main street surrounded by houses of people with important family...
When we read Charles Bukowski’s short fiction, novels, and essays, we never hear anything about the movies. Why? “I hate movies,” he mentions in an interview about Barfly (1987), the film he wrote the script for. Director Barbet Schroeder, a...