Trying To Get Inside Bo’s Head After Watching Bo Burnham’s Inside
Trying To Get Inside Bo’s Head After Watching Bo Burnham’s Inside
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Lucas Schaefer
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June 17, 2021
Lucas Schaefer reviews Bo Burnham's new comedy special, 'Inside' -- a self-reflexive and self-deprecating take on one comedian's journey to create a comedy special entirely alone and in one single room.
The Arthur Literary Review: Roger Boylan's Timeless Novel
The Arthur Literary Review: Roger Boylan's Timeless Novel
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Dante Pettapiece
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June 8, 2021
In his latest edition of the Arthur Literary Review, Dante Pettapiece reviews Roger Boylan's newest novel, The Adorations, which has been described as this Nabokovian author's magnum opus.
'For All That I Learned From You' : Trent's Broken Promise to its Students
'For All That I Learned From You' : Trent's Broken Promise to its Students
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Irene Suvillaga
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April 16, 2021
In 2019, the TCSA approached Daniel Crawford and Hannah Spinney to paint a mural outside their office in the Student Centre. Mid-way through the project, the TCSA learned that the mural was in violation of their lease agreement with the University, and was destroyed.
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RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
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Spencer Wells
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March 11, 2021
To highlight the ever-expanding catalogue of music in the city of Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes region, Spencer Wells provides a detailed list of artist submissions for the 2021 Record Production Month Challenge. This is the final article based on the Revvin Up radio miniseries on Trent Radio.
The Arthur Literary Review: Mark Leyner is the Right Kind of Sleazy
The Arthur Literary Review: Mark Leyner is the Right Kind of Sleazy
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Dante Pettapiece
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February 18, 2021
Resident literary critic, Dante Pettapiece, dives into Mark Leyner's recent book The Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit.
The Showstopper: How COVID-19 has Affected Local Performing Arts Organizations
The Showstopper: How COVID-19 has Affected Local Performing Arts Organizations
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Elizabeth Mitton
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February 3, 2021
One of the first to close, and presumably one of the last to reopen due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Peterborough-Nogojiwanong’s arts and culture scene has remained out of the spotlight for almost a year. In this article, Elizabeth Mitton goes behind the scenes of the Peterborough Arts Recovery Alliance, an ad-hoc group which represents 13 local performing arts organizations, to discuss the impacts the pandemic has had on the arts, and how they’re aiming to come back even stronger.
Slander in Cinema
Slander in Cinema
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Aimée Anctil
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April 15, 2021
In this article, Aimee Anctil explores the oft-overlooked racist and homophobic tropes in 'Mean Girls' (2004) and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010). Anctil reminds us that "we can appreciate art, we must also criticize it for what it is. No art is without flaw, and no film is without its biases."
The Next Best Option; the Musicfest Livestream
The Next Best Option; the Musicfest Livestream
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Elizabeth Mitton
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April 2, 2021
Musicfest's free admission concerts in Del Crary Park have been a staple summer activity in the Peterborough-Nogojiwanong area for decades. However, in the age of COVID-19 and concerts being cancelled for the foreseeable future, Musicfest opted to host their first-ever livestreamed performance while aiming to maintain audience engagement. How did they do it? Elizabeth Mitton sat down with Musicfest's Marketing and Communications Specialist Justin Sutton to find out.
The Arthur Literary Review: Tim Hwang and Why You're a Commodity
The Arthur Literary Review: Tim Hwang and Why You're a Commodity
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Dante Pettapiece
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March 17, 2021
In his latest edition of the Arthur Literary Review, Dante Pettapiece reflects on Tim Hwang's new book, 'Subprime Attention Crisis,' which explores how big tech financializes attention. In this review, Pettapiece reimagines the internet and explains why Hwang believes there is a ticking time bomb at the heart of the internet.
RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
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Spencer Wells
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March 11, 2021
To highlight the ever-expanding catalogue of music in the city of Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes region, Spencer Wells provides a detailed list of artist submissions for the 2021 Record Production Month Challenge. This is the final article based on the Revvin Up radio miniseries on Trent Radio.
The Arthur Literary Review: Mark Leyner is the Right Kind of Sleazy
The Arthur Literary Review: Mark Leyner is the Right Kind of Sleazy
By
Dante Pettapiece
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February 18, 2021
Resident literary critic, Dante Pettapiece, dives into Mark Leyner's recent book The Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit.
The Showstopper: How COVID-19 has Affected Local Performing Arts Organizations
The Showstopper: How COVID-19 has Affected Local Performing Arts Organizations
By
Elizabeth Mitton
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February 3, 2021
One of the first to close, and presumably one of the last to reopen due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Peterborough-Nogojiwanong’s arts and culture scene has remained out of the spotlight for almost a year. In this article, Elizabeth Mitton goes behind the scenes of the Peterborough Arts Recovery Alliance, an ad-hoc group which represents 13 local performing arts organizations, to discuss the impacts the pandemic has had on the arts, and how they’re aiming to come back even stronger.
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Gearing Up for the 2021 RPM Challenge
Gearing Up for the 2021 RPM Challenge
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Spencer Wells
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January 29, 2021
Spencer Wells highlights the upcoming Record Production Month Challenge - an internationally-recognized event that promotes anyone and everyone to produce music for the entire month of February. He is also working with Trent Radio to produce a series of shows that covers his progress in the challenge, as well as offering tips and advice on how to get started with the production process. Features an interview with Peterborough artist Victoria Stoddart.
ReFrame Review: The Garden Collective
ReFrame Review: The Garden Collective
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Aras Mommertz
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January 27, 2021
Aras Mommertz reviews Sara Wylie's short documentary 'The Garden Collective.' This film documents the Prison for Women (P4W) Memorial Collective, telling tragic stories of injustice in the Kingston women's prison which closed in 2000, particularly histories of violence inflicted upon Indigenous women. 'The Garden Collective' is also a story of colonial brutality, the violence that the Canadian justice system continues to inflict, and the immense project for justice and healing that this collective has undertaken.