Awesome, tourist-attracting community hub or evil trap for broken-spirited, meant-to-be-wild animals? Arthur's asking about zoos and checking our facts on the debate. The Bowmanville Zoo has recently come under fire by a California-based animal rights group called In Defense of...
On Tuesday January 22, Peterborough City Council’s Planning Committee met to discuss the controversial relocation of the current Shoppers Drug Mart on Aylmer across the street, to a new building immediately south of the Peterborough Public Library. The existing buildings...
Located in Room 107 of the historically significant Sadleir House, The Sadleir House Library has something of interest for everyone. There are not only rare works of fiction, but a whole host of items relating to your studies that...
“If I did not define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people’s fantasies of me and eaten alive.” - Audre Lorde Lorde’s words speak to the idea behind The Queer Ink Project, an all ages, all abilities,...
The upcoming Community Movements Conference on February 1-3, is set to be one of the most important and relevant events of the year. Conference registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2013, at 3:30 pm until 5pm. Locations can...
Mario Kart 64 probably doesn’t occur during many bands’ practice sessions, but in the case of this particular group, it’s practically integral. Upon arriving to speak with the band, I was greeted with chocolate, a classic episode of The Simpsons...
Trent Radio was off the air for approximately 53 hours when on January 15, the CFF transmitter failed. A back-up transmitter is now in place, and plans are being made to purchase an entirely new transmitter. If you feel like...
Jeff Stewart has been Trent Radio’s historian for the past 26 years. In that time, he has not only produced outstanding radio, but has also proven himself to be an accomplished writer, radio dramaturge, and stage producer. “It goes all...
Peterborough appreciates good art and the current production of Henrik Ibsen's historic treasure, Hedda Gabler, fits the bill. Directed by Bea Quarrie for The Peterborough Theatre Guild on Rogers St. in East City, the production offers the opportunity to...
Although passed before the Senate and given royal assent, Stephen Harper’s omnibus budget Bill C-45 will fail to remain law when Parliament resumes in late January 2013, if the Idle No More protesters have anything to say about it....