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HorrorScopes: January 2019

January 4, 2019 thewire 0

Aries: This is a marvellous day to schmooze with friends, partners and members of the general public. Everyone has a strong sense of well-being and optimism today. Hang out with the Nihilist, once you’re tired of the geeks and do what you do best, nothing. Taurus: You can get a […]

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Get Your Can-Con On!

May 5, 2017 thewire 0

Join us and celebrate the Great Canadian Songs! get your can-Con on. Over 20 singers perform their rendition of their favourite Canadian artist. Join us Dr J’s Thursday June 29, 8:00pm. No Cover!

About Us

May 5, 2017 thewire 0

The Beginnings During the late 80’s, Michael Bell had an idea. Since he’d just won Toronto’s Q107 Homegrown Music Contest with his band “Eye Eye”, he thought he’d pitch the same idea to his hometown radio station in Peterborough Ontario, CKPT. Thinking it was a great idea and with Michael’s […]



January 4, 2016 thewire 0

“From the opening guitar riff of ‘Ocean Pearl’, or the unforgettable baritone hook of ‘I Go Blind’, if you grew up in Canada in the 90’s, 54•40 was the soundtrack to your childhood, whether you knew it or not. For many more seasoned fans, they were the post-punk icons that […]

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Interview: Jim Cuddy

January 1, 2009 thewire 0

(January 2009) Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy has earned his place in the list of Canada’s musical elite. With one of the genre’s most recognizable voices and song writing styles, he’s been drawing in new listeners while keeping the old for some 20 years. In 1999 he released his first solo album […]