National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians, and international best-selling author, Maude Barlow, had an exclusive interview with the Arthur about her final book in the Blue trilogy, Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever during...
Artsweek is a week-long celebration of visual and performance arts in Peterborough. Like the art that is being portrayed, the venues of the different performances are varied and strategically scattered across Peterborough’s rich landscape. From the newly constructed Peterborough...
On January 21, a rally took place in support of Food Service Workers who are currently in the midst of a labour dispute with Chartwells — a subsidiary of Compass — the multinational corporation Trent has outsourced Food Services...
Mark Jokinen’s Bookstore (George St. between King and Sherbrooke): A number of great Valentine’s Day books are sitting in the window including Italo Calvino’s Difficult Loves, erotica from the great French writer Anais Nin with her novel Delta Of Venus,...
Imagine waking up one morning and feeling like your life is not your own. Confusion, embarrassment, sadness and worst of all the isolation. Your mind ravaged and reduced to a former shell of itself by a merciless disease. Loved...
To take a Continuing Education course is to foster your curiosity and get right to the heart of what it means to get an education at Trent University. Some of the most popular courses taught in the past include...
Winter is wearing on, friends, and sadly, I am fresh out of ideas for fun stuff to do. Sometimes by this time of year, I can run around splashing in puddles and making a fool of myself. NOT SO, March...
The Third Path is the first full-length film by Jimmy Cohen. The filmmaker describes his film as a “non-narrative film essay that explores the boundaries between reason and passion, life and death, reality and fiction, work and fun, and...
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 Class of 2015 Musician’s photo after a friend mentioned a similar happening in Toronto. Other cities, such as Guelph did photos as well. I put together a Facebook event page, invited musicians, and those that work alongside the...