Model Citizen: Bukola Walfall

April 30, 2018 thewire 0

Bukola began her journey as an entertainer at the age of 3 after being enrolled into her first dance class. What started as “just dance”, eventually lead to years of recitals and competitions, and one obvious conclusion: this girl was meant to perform. Dance classes eventually became musical theatre classes, […]

Interview: Danny Michel

April 30, 2018 thewire 0

(May 2018)  Singer songwriter and performer Danny Michel considers himself A.D.D. when it comes to his musical offerings. Find his records in the folk, pop, world and even classical sections of any playlist, and you’ll be drawn to the common thread that is the passion for what he’s doing. Nominated for […]

Model Citizen: Belle Browns

April 26, 2018 thewire 0

Belle’s modeling journey began when Domenic Commisso decided that she needed to participate in his upcoming presentation at the ABA hair show when she was 14. She continued participating in shows and shoots with him throughout high school and put everything behind her when she moved to Montréal to complete […]

Shawn Mullins & Max Gomez Saturday June 23 Market Hall

April 23, 2018 thewire 0

After a series of indie record releases, Shawn Mullins’s critical breakthrough came when 1998 Soul’s Core album shot him to fame on the strength of its Grammy-nominated No. 1 hit, “Lullaby” followed by AAA/Americana No. 1 “Beautiful Wreck” from 2006’s 9th Ward Pickin’ Parlor. His song, “Shimmer,” was used in promotion […]

Mr Meaner

Horror Scopes: April 2018

April 3, 2018 thewire 0

Aries: This is a morning that starts with confusion… perhaps there are too many options to decide from. Still, it is a great day for communication. Ask yourself whether you’ll have the Wheaties or the Cheerios before you decide. Taurus: You are focused on sorting out several issues on the […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: April 2018

April 3, 2018 thewire 0

Ok, I’m only going to say this once, but I’m taking my lead from Randy Wright this month and want to comment on the city spending 500,000$ on a sign welcoming people to Peterborough. In all fairness, we also got a new slogan and a logo; some wavy blue lines […]

Stephen Fearing returns to Market Hall Tuesday April 17

April 3, 2018 thewire 0

Stephen Fearing has been named as one of the finest songwriters in Canada. He built a national – and international – audience for his music, doing it old school through countless performances at intimate venues and on the concert stages of festivals and theatres across Canada, the US, and the […]

Interview: Measha Brueggergosman

April 1, 2018 thewire 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 […]

Mr Meaner

HorrorScopes: March 2018

March 2, 2018 thewire 0

Aries: This is a morning that starts with confusion… perhaps there are too many options to decide from. Still, it is a great day for communication. Ask yourself whether you’ll have the Wheaties or the Cheerios before you decide. Drink. Taurus: You are focused on sorting out several issues on […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: March 2018

March 2, 2018 thewire 0

Spring? Is that you? While putting this issue together I’m looking out the window to see shoots in the garden and buds on the branches. I have to admit, there’s something always inspiring when the winter weather turns to spring. But the end of February? That’s just not right. And […]