January 14, 2020 thewire 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 […]

Mr Meaner

January 2020

January 14, 2020 thewire 0

Aries: This month, listen to the stories that pull you outside of yourself. Listen to the songs that make you weep. Listen to your neighbour’s dog howl all night. Listen to your kids making out downstairs. The listen to your heart when it says “move away.” Taurus: The challenge isn’t […]

ReFrame Film Festival

January 14, 2020 thewire 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. […]

January 2020

January 14, 2020 thewire 0

Happy New Year, kids. Hey, I’m startin’ my second year on this column writin’ thing. I dunno if I’m any good at it, but it gets me out of that ice box of a room on Water Street and helps take my mind off the struggles of just bein’ an […]

ring this year in

January 14, 2020 thewire 0

I got drunk. really drunk but it was ok cause it was new year eve. thats when everyone gets drunk so no body noticed me. willie who lives under the bridge said his days of getting really drunk are gone cause his livver cant take it no more. bob who […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks January 2020

January 14, 2020 thewire 0

Welcome to 2020 and the year The Wire Megazine officially goes up for sale. Yep, you read me right. After 30 years of pushing paper and killing trees, I’m looking for a way out. I’ve had tire kickers over the years. I’ve had corporations try to buy me out but […]

Michael Bell

January 4, 2020 thewire 0

It’s been said I’ve worn many hats over the years. Publisher, promoter, festival organizer, activist, I’ve even run for Parliament a couple of times. But did you know, as a teenager, I began fronting bands, including years with local cult success Strobic Axe? After highschool I traveled the country as […]