It’s that time of year again! Groggy-eyed students are sniffling into tissues, coughing behind cupped hands, and swallowing down medicine as they fear they have been hit by a flu bug that will knock them out of classes for...
On a bitter cold day, a diverse group of Peterborough people across all spectrums brought a warm message. The event was called Chalk Out Hate and it is part of a solidarity weekend that is chock full of events....
I was first introduced to art therapy during my stay at Stonehenge, an in-patient, long-term rehab facilitation centre in Guelph. At a difficult time in my life, art therapy made a lasting impact which I will now carry with...
Friday, October 12 marked the EP release of Peterborough musician, Caitlin Currie, who you may also know from the band formerly known as The Cane Toads. Originally hailing from Whitby, Currie began playing shows for collectives, Broken Arts and Living...
I’m guessing that the overlap of artists who have been featured on both CBC Radio One and Lollapalooza is relatively small. Alexandra Oliver is one who finds herself in this uncommon crossroads. Her poetry embodies another sort of tension. Aesthetically...
   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...
I have had conversations with all council persons for my ward, in the City of Peterborough, and that has been thought-provoking. Several days ago CHEX television covered an open forum with Peterborough taxpayers and the mayor....
In a hilarious turn of events, Peterborough city council has lost an $18-million dollar grant that would have allowed the Dual Pad Arena project to take off. The project, which is best known around Trent University and the city as...
Climate Change Rally on September 22 at 11am in Millenium Park. There will be an attempt to make it into the Guinness Book of Records for most people wearing purple. We all know that the results of human-induced climate change...
Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC) and Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre (KSAC) held the annual international women’s day community celebration at Seeds of Change on March 8. This year’s theme was "The Art of Resistance." The event started with a...