The Breakfast Project:Two Dishes Cookshop (261 Charlotte St.)

Another week, another breakfast. This week’s breakfast hunt found BPC and I at a new breakfast/lunch joint on Charlotte: Two Dishes Cookshop. They only opened their doors a few weeks ago, but we’d already heard rumours that it was a great breakfast that we had to go check out. It’s a super cool place both […]

Trent Radio: End of Year Review and Farewells

The end of the year is drawing closer and closer with every seminar I attend and every essay I turn in. Even at Trent Radio, we’re feeling the squeeze of less time but certainly not less to do. We released our annual review, “Trout Radio,” which is available at Trent Radio but also at numerous […]

Trent student Beth Lexah publishes ‘Spilt Milk’

During my two years in Peterborough, I have been lucky enough to meet an amazing community of poets within the downtown spoken word core, as well as page poets making appearances at local open mics. A poet I have had the pleasure to encounter goes by the name of Catherine Bethsheba Alal. On stage, and […]

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The Breakfast Project:Two Dishes Cookshop (261 Charlotte St.)

Another week, another breakfast. This week’s breakfast hunt found BPC and I at a new breakfast/lunch joint on Charlotte: Two Dishes Cookshop. They only opened their doors a few weeks ago, but we’d already heard rumours that it was a great breakfast that we had to go check out. It’s a super cool place both […]

Trent Radio: End of Year Review and Farewells

The end of the year is drawing closer and closer with every seminar I attend and every essay I turn in. Even at Trent Radio, we’re feeling the squeeze of less time but certainly not less to do. We released our annual review, “Trout Radio,” which is available at Trent Radio but also at numerous […]

Trent student Beth Lexah publishes ‘Spilt Milk’

During my two years in Peterborough, I have been lucky enough to meet an amazing community of poets within the downtown spoken word core, as well as page poets making appearances at local open mics. A poet I have had the pleasure to encounter goes by the name of Catherine Bethsheba Alal. On stage, and […]

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