Archive for May 2015

Dan Fewings treats us to a couple of tunes and talks about the legendary Acoustic Potluck, the current Trent/Peterborough music scene, clowning around and more.

Also: Christopher Wilton on how he went from a cultural studies student to a sommelier and wine instructor. PLUS he hooks us up with some summer sips.

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An excerpt from #TrentVoices:

Alumnus Neil Morton talks about the success of @ptbo_canada, what it takes to become "Peterborough viral," and trends in social media. 

Oh, and about plaid.

"PtboCanada is a locally owned/operated social news & entertainment company about everything Peterborough, about this city we love. Established in May 2010, we provide a fresh perspective on local subject matter, and use social media to engage readers and create highly shareable content for the social web. PtboCanada cover entertainment, arts, culture, social news, media, people, events, sports, business, tourism, architecture, food and more!"

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An excerpt from #TrentVoices:

An interview with Jill Bishop.  An Indigenous Studies/Environmental Studies alum, Jill owns and operates Urban Tomato (a heritage seed/seedling business), manages the Peterborough Downtown Farmers’ Market, coordinates the Peterborough Community Garden Network, and is founder of Seedy Sunday – the areas largest seed sale/exchange.

We talk all things locally grown.

We also have a listen to the Griddle Pickers -- and their song "She."

Keep your eyes peeled for the remainder of this episode.

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From More Nasty Reds to the Weak Knees to The Silver Hearts to his own impeccable solo work, Dave Tough has been a fixture on the Trent/Peterborough Music scenes.  We catch up with Dave and chat the present, past, and future.  Plus we spin one of his earliest recordings as well as his latest.

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Featuring music and talk with longtime Trent/Peterborough music scene luminary, Dave Tough; and Kemi Akapo on her role as delegate to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.  Plus news and events and more.

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