On the Cover This Month

Interview: Murray McLauchlan

January 26, 2020 0

Murray began writing songs and performing them in his late teens. Hanging around the coffeehouses of Toronto he was also a staple performer on the folk festival circuit where he rubbed shoulders and shared the stage with some of the world’s most iconic folk performers. 1970 he signed with True […]

Concerts

Bif Naked – Songs And Stories 2020 @ Market Hall, Wednesday March 4

January 26, 2020 0

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre Acoustic, duo performance Special guest opener: Frank Moyo BIF NAKED was born in secret, to a teenager living in India, the product of a Canadian girl and a British boy, she was rejected by both families, hidden away in a mental hospital from her […]

FROM THE ARCHIVES

Interview: Measha Brueggergosman

April 1, 2018 0

(April 2018) Measha was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick and as a child, began singing in the choir of her local Baptist church, where father served as a deacon. As a young adult she obtained a B.Mus. from the University of Toronto and later moved to Germany to study and […]

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Eye On City Hall

January 26, 2020 0

Don’t care what anybody says about climate change. It’s friggin’ cold in my room and I can’t get the lordly bossman to give a hoot about my windy windows. Sorry, but I been payin’ rent all these years and the injustice gets me riled sometimes. I see that the kids […]

Platter Chatter w/ Chris Collins

Fat Freddy’s Drop Special Edition Part 1

January 26, 2020 0

This record goes down as one of the strangest pressings in my collection. Four sides of music but the speed changes on each side of the platters – meaning there is a 33 and a 45 side on each piece of wax – which ruins the flow of listening to […]

Travel

The Juxtaposition of Mermaids

January 26, 2020 0

The Genetically Modified Little Mermaid, sits among the shores of her famous and more beautiful “sister” the Copenhagen Little Mermaid, wistfully wishing for more visitors to listen to her Sirens song. Unlike the world-famous Little Mermaid, she virtually has NO visitors and is an unknown landmark which is a shame […]

Mb Speaks

February 2020

January 26, 2020 0

So some of you may be reading February’s issue early. Why’s that? Because as you turn the pages I’m down under in Australia visiting friends, assessing fires, and drinking too much Ausie beer. If it’s Sunday I’ll be sitting at Rod Laver Arena watching the only sport I like, tennis. […]

The Model Citizen

CHARMAINE MAGUMBE

January 26, 2020 0

The thought of modelling or being an actress was never on my radar, until in 2016, I saw an ad on Kiiji looking for lifestyle models. I replied to the ad and to my surprise, their response to my photo was, “perfect just what we are looking for”. On my […]

winter sucks but not so bad

January 26, 2020 0

its pretty warm today. but its still winter. willie who lives under the bridge says it happens. he said he rimembers when one winter there werent snow. he said that ws the best winter ever. bob who sleeps in the chair says its climate changin and that pretty son we’ll […]

Horror Scopes

Mr Meaner

February 2020

January 26, 2020 0

Aries: You are not as easily fooled as some people like to think you are and you will know without having to be told if someone is feeding you bad intel. Remember alternative facts are just lies in disguise, like when the say I love you. Taurus: Something you have […]

Film

ReFrame Film Festival

January 14, 2020 0

The ReFrame Film Festival returns to Peterborough (January 23-26), offering movie goers a variety of important documentaries at various venues within the downtown core. The selected films range from popular picks that have received theatrical runs to special independent fare that may never be screened again on the silver screen. […]

Arts

January 14, 2020 0

As always there are lots of gallery offerings this month both big and small. The Art Gallery of Peterborough hosts 217. The exhibition includes a series of graphite drawings and 3D printed objects based on images sourced from an article outlining the initial investigations of section 217 in the 4th […]

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The Record Biz

ELTON JOHN WITH RAY COOPER, LIVE FROM MOSCOW, 1979

ELTON JOHN WITH RAY COOPER, LIVE FROM MOSCOW, 1979

November 21, 2019 0

18 NOVEMBER 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – 40 years after Elton John became the first major Western pop star to venture behind the Iron Curtain and play the USSR, his seminal performance with percussionist extraordinaire, Ray Cooper, entitled Live From Moscow is to be released on 2LP vinyl, plus 2CD and digital formats, out 24th January […]