The X-Files makes you want to believe

Sarah McNeilly and Ryan Kerr star as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dr. Dana Scully in The Theatre on King’s stage recreation of The X-Files (photo: Andy Carroll / TTOK)

If you haven’t heard yet, The X-Files have landed in Peterborough. Director Kate Story, along with some excellent talent, has turned the quintessential ‘monster-of-the-week’ television show into a live theatre spectacle right in downtown Peterborough. The serialized drama plays every Tuesday night at The Theatre on King, with episodes showing twice each night; once at […]

A beginner’s guide to the Peterborough theatre scene: summer edition

Arthur Summer Theatre Listings 2015

So! You’re new to Peterborough, or you’ve been here a while and never made it out to see what’s going on in the local arts scene. You want to try and fix this, or perhaps you don’t like art at all, and are only reading this article so you know where to aim your sharply […]

Selling off Hydro One

hydro one

Last Thursday, June 18th, a public meeting to stop the sale of Hydro One took place at the Peterborough Lions Community Centre. Approximately 90 people assisted to the event. The Liberal governments objective to privatize Hydro One had visibly created a frustration, which was apparent at this event, where audience members could be heard commenting, […]

Is Ontario making the right decisions for farmers?

Grain Farmers of Ontario Logo

The urgency to implement Neonicotinoid regulations, which is set to be effective on July 1, stands questioned as latest data shows a significant decrease in mortality rate for in-season bees, through improved best practices. According to the recent data from the Government of Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency the mortality rate of in-season bee has […]

The X-Files makes you want to believe

Sarah McNeilly and Ryan Kerr star as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dr. Dana Scully in The Theatre on King’s stage recreation of The X-Files (photo: Andy Carroll / TTOK)

If you haven’t heard yet, The X-Files have landed in Peterborough. Director Kate Story, along with some excellent talent, has turned the quintessential ‘monster-of-the-week’ television show into a live theatre spectacle right in downtown Peterborough. The serialized drama plays every Tuesday night at The Theatre on King, with episodes showing twice each night; once at […]

A beginner’s guide to the Peterborough theatre scene: summer edition

Arthur Summer Theatre Listings 2015

So! You’re new to Peterborough, or you’ve been here a while and never made it out to see what’s going on in the local arts scene. You want to try and fix this, or perhaps you don’t like art at all, and are only reading this article so you know where to aim your sharply […]

Selling off Hydro One

hydro one

Last Thursday, June 18th, a public meeting to stop the sale of Hydro One took place at the Peterborough Lions Community Centre. Approximately 90 people assisted to the event. The Liberal governments objective to privatize Hydro One had visibly created a frustration, which was apparent at this event, where audience members could be heard commenting, […]

Is Ontario making the right decisions for farmers?

Grain Farmers of Ontario Logo

The urgency to implement Neonicotinoid regulations, which is set to be effective on July 1, stands questioned as latest data shows a significant decrease in mortality rate for in-season bees, through improved best practices. According to the recent data from the Government of Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency the mortality rate of in-season bee has […]