Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: September 2017

August 31, 2017 thewire 0

Well that went by quickly. Good bye summer, I hardly knew you! I guess time flies when you’re having a good time. A tip of the hat to all those who offered me adventure and hospitality this summer. Jen at the Jamboree, Elvis in Collingwood… In Peterborough, an outstanding year […]

Pat Temple

Interview: Pat Temple

August 31, 2017 thewire 0

(September 2017) In 2015 Pat released, ‘Day For Day’ and carried on the swing tradition of his 90’s cult hits ‘Salamander Bones’ and ‘Playin’ Havoc With My Heart’. He describes his music as inspired by Western Swing, Jump Blues, Rockabilly and Roadhouse Soul and he has become a recognized commodity […]

Bruce Cockburn


August 24, 2017 thewire 0

Folk Under The Clock presents Bruce Cockburn in Concert – “Bone on Bone” tour with Full Band. For his many achievements, the Ottawa-born artist has been honoured with 12 Juno Awards, an induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, and a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award, and has been […]

Mr Meaner

Horror Scopes August 2017

August 24, 2017 thewire 0

Aries: You might find it necessary to give yourself a bit of self-healing but other people want your attention, looking for advice and help through their own sob story. Wait until the room is quiet than drop a good beany fart. That will clear the room and dissuade future visitors. […]

Mont Pellier THREAD X THREAD Challenge

Mont Pellier THREAD X THREAD Challenge

August 24, 2017 thewire 0

We can never have too much creativity in the fashion and beauty industry that strives to create positive change globally, or patrons who take action towards more sustainable future [knowing that fashion is the second largest polluter]. The reality is we don’t have enough people from the fashion industry who […]

Sebestain J. Deery

“METHOD” wins TFI short film contest

August 24, 2017 thewire 0

Outside of film festivals and awards, short films are rarely seen by the general cinephiles. Short films were deemed the underdog of the movie industry for a long time. Now with the digital revolution, they are set to become the most valuable communication tool. They will not take the backseat […]

Fredau Hoekstra Wallace

Model Citizen: Fredau Hoekstra Wallace

August 7, 2017 thewire 0

Fredau is known in the art-photography world as one of the most well-respected and professional models around. She was born and raised in The Netherlands as the oldest of 4 sisters. After high school she went on to study Communications and this brought her to live in Edinburgh, Scotland for […]

Michael Bell

Mb Speaks: August 2017

August 2, 2017 thewire 0

Have you ever had the feeling that you’ve just committed yourself to too many things in life? Doesn’t even have to be physical commitments like helping a friend move, could just be the mental challenge of juggling so many ideas and opinions and social decorum, exhausting. I’ve always been that […]

Patricia Conroy

Interview: Patricia Conroy

August 2, 2017 thewire 0

(August 2017) Patricia Conroy burst on to the country music scene in the early 90’s with a freshly minted debut album “Blue Angel,” which gifted her two top 10 singles, “This Time” and “Take Me With You.” Two years later, her second album “Bad Day for Trains” dropped four top 10 […]

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July 11, 2017 thewire 0

hey its me randy. I’m here on this page right beside the bossmans story. I didn’t think it was a big deal but Mary who stands in front of the licker store says I should get more beer, so I’m excited. so I asked the bossman and he told me […]