Trent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover BooksTrent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover Books
Trent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover Books
On the evening of July 10th, Trent University English literature professor, Aaron Kreuter, presented the Peterborough launch of his newly-released short story collection, Rubble Children.
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Abbigale Kernya
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July 11, 2024
Chamber of Commerce Proposes Pickleball Courts Could be Built Downtown, City Says Plan Could Add Millions to the CostChamber of Commerce Proposes Pickleball Courts Could be Built Downtown, City Says Plan Could Add Millions to the Cost
Chamber of Commerce Proposes Pickleball Courts Could be Built Downtown, City Says Plan Could Add Millions to the Cost
The Peterborough Chamber of Commerce has offered what they are calling a “win-win-win” proposal to build the 16 pickleball courts currently set to be built at Bonnerworth Park on the former Baskin-Robbins property on Aylmer and Simcoe Streets. 
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 28, 2024
Delegates Speak out Against Program Suspensions at Fleming Board of Governors MeetingDelegates Speak out Against Program Suspensions at Fleming Board of Governors Meeting
Delegates Speak out Against Program Suspensions at Fleming Board of Governors Meeting
Fleming College’s June 26th Board of Governors meeting saw three deputations advocate for the reversal of the 29 suspended programs announced in April of this year. The delegates, who are all graduates of recently suspended programs, spoke about the impact the program suspensions will have on the community, and called for more transparency around this decision. 
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 27, 2024
Peterborough's In-House Economic Development plan to go ahead while concerns about land and implementation remainPeterborough's In-House Economic Development plan to go ahead while concerns about land and implementation remain
Peterborough's In-House Economic Development plan to go ahead while concerns about land and implementation remain
The decision to bring economic development in-house passed during the June 24th meeting of Peterborough City Council by a vote of 8-3 as Council as Councillors expressed concerns about lack of land and Staff's implementation plan.
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 27, 2024
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So Much For First Impressions
As if priority registration wasn't bad enough, am I right?
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Evan Robins
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July 9, 2024
So Much For First ImpressionsSo Much For First Impressions
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Evan Robins
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July 9, 2024
Arthur Book Club Takes an English Class
The Arthur editors get literate as they convene to talk about Ocean Vuong's novel, and our (late) June Book Club pick, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous. Abbigale is on the record saying this is her favourite novel of all time, but what of the other two? Will they love it? Hate it? Base their whole personality off it? Join us if you'd like to find out!
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Abbigale Kernya
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Evan Robins
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July 5, 2024
Arthur Book Club Takes an English ClassArthur Book Club Takes an English Class
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Abbigale Kernya
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Evan Robins
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July 5, 2024
Gator Goes Global: Emergency Meeting
The boy is back.
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 25, 2024
Gator Goes Global: Emergency MeetingGator Goes Global: Emergency Meeting
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 25, 2024
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Peterborough's In-House Economic Development plan to go ahead while concerns about land and implementation remain
The decision to bring economic development in-house passed during the June 24th meeting of Peterborough City Council by a vote of 8-3 as Council as Councillors expressed concerns about lack of land and Staff's implementation plan.
Peterborough's In-House Economic Development plan to go ahead while concerns about land and implementation remainPeterborough's In-House Economic Development plan to go ahead while concerns about land and implementation remain
Council votes to urge Feds and Province to consider local economic impact of Fleming College cuts
Peterborough City Council voted for a final time to call on the federal and provincial governments to increase their support for college boards to prevent cuts to programs on offer. The motion comes as Fleming College’s board has voted to cut 29 programs across its two campuses.
Peterborough City Council voted for a final time to call on the federal and provincial governments to increase their support for college boards to prevent cuts to programs on offer. The motion comes as Fleming College’s board has voted to cut 29 programs across its two campuses.
Save Bonnerworth Park Group Gathers Again Following Release of Lawyer's Letter to City
Citizens gathered for another rally in protest of the Bonnerworth Redevelopment project before a Peterborough City Council meeting on June 24th. 
Citizens gathered for another rally in protest of the Bonnerworth Redevelopment project before a Peterborough City Council meeting on June 24th. 
Radio Free Arthur
Happy Tortured Poets Department release day to all who celebrate! Having listened to all two hours of the extended "Anthology" edition of this most recent emission from the Queen of jet-setting herself the editors get down and dirty in the lyrical content of the album.
Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell SeriesJustin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series
Co-editor Abbigale Kernya sits down with Peterborough poet and founder of the Show and Tell Poetry Series, Justin Million, to talk about the future of the series following the June 2nd announcement that the Series' poetry showcase will end in July after nine years of operation, in tandem with his experience working as an artist in the city.
Goodbye, Dr. GroarkeGoodbye, Dr. Groarke
After listening to Leo Groarke compare himself to Wayne Gretzky at her convocation ceremony, Arthur co-editor, Evan Robins, sits down to reflect on the beloved President's legacy of housing shortfalls and imaginary innovation parks.
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
Arthur's resident film fanatic, Evan Robins, speaks to Take Cover Books' Sean and Andrew Fitzpatrick about the store's new (and FREE!) Film Club, and their aspirations to make the space more than just a bookstore.
Trent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover BooksTrent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover Books
Trent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover Books
So Much For First ImpressionsSo Much For First Impressions
So Much For First Impressions
"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team
"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team
Meet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough GuyMeet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough Guy
Meet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough Guy