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.
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June 11, 2024
Poetry Show and Tell Series Presents Beautiful Outlaw Press at Take Cover Books
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Abbigale Kernya
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May 28, 2024
On the evening of May 24th, Justin Million from Bird, Buried Press presented three authors from Beautiful Outlaw Publishing House at a Show and Tell Poetry Series hosted at Take Cover Books. With regrets from author Phil Hall, authors Chris Turnbull, Mark Goldstein, and Jaclyn Piudik read from their new books—all published through Beautiful Outlaw—in an evening that saw the small room in Take Cover come together in laughter and community. 
“Blood Must Have Blood”: Electric City Players’ Presents “Macbeth” 
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Abbigale Kernya
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Evan Robins
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May 24, 2024
May 23rd marked the opening night for the long-awaited Electric City Players’ (ECP) adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Hosted at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Downtown Peterborough. Co-directed by Trent Professor Andrew Loeb and local theatre legend Jacqueline Barrow, the show is set in a post-climate meltdown Scotland where the ravaged lands set the perfect scene for great kings, fallen foes, and the ultimate betrayal.
Unwilling to Compromise and Incredibly Loud—Cross Dog on Their New Album and Keeping Punk Political
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Evan Robins
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May 9, 2024
Co-editor Evan Robins sits down with Tracy and Mark of Peterborough's own Cross Dog to talk music, activism, and living one's beliefs as the band prepares to release their third LP, All Hard Feelings
What Does Dave Smith Believe In?
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Evan Robins
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May 17, 2024
The Progressive Conservative MPP has repeatedly made inflammatory statements about Israel's siege of Gaza, going so far as to compare the events of October 7th to those of the Holocaust.
Sex Shops and You, or Why You Should Visit One
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Ian Vansegbrook
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May 2, 2024
Staff journalist Ian Vansegbrook presents an introspective look at sex shops, and their role both as facets of sexuality and identity, but also as vendors of sex toys.
An Interview with Neuro-diverse Professor Derek Newman-Stille
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Ian Vansegbrook
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April 15, 2024
In this second edition of my ongoing interviews with Neurodivergent professors here at Trent, we speak with Derek Newman-Stille (They/Them), a nine-time Aurora Award winner for fantasy and science fiction writing, and Trent PhD candidate, who specializes in fat studies, disability studies, and queer studies.