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Review of Inspire Exhibit — Art by PEI Public School Students, Teachers and Staff

The Inspire Exhibit is currently on display at The Guild in downtown Charlottetown. Staff from every branch of the PEI Public Schools Branch were invited to submit art to be featured in this exhibit. Students, staff and teachers specifically from... Continue Reading →

Nothing Spookier Than Online Dating: Tinder Horror Stories

Ah, Friday the 13th, the one day of the year when Jason teaches young adolescents the benefits of not having sex. As much as we want to be a machete-wielding, unkillable monster that thinks the best form of abstinence is... Continue Reading →

Music is Izzy

Isaiah Presley is a music producer, songwriter, and singer from Bayelsa, Nigeria. He is popularly known as 2’Izzy. He started out as a rapper; his grade school crush (name withheld) asked him to sing her a Drake song. He spent... Continue Reading →

Ten Tips For Those Dreadful Finals

The original copy of this article was written by Olivia Robinson and was first published on the third of December, 2012. Congratulations - you’ve almost made it to the end of the second semester. All that stands between you and the... Continue Reading →

Release the Zombies: How to be Your Own Writing Action Hero

So I don’t know about the rest of you, but these long winter nights have been just the thing for getting caught up on The Walking Dead. The other night, after about seven straight hours in front of the tv,... Continue Reading →

Ali Hassan’s Muslim Interrupted — Ch’town Comedy Festival 2017 THIS Weekend

By: Lorelei Kenny This weekend Beach Chair Lager is presenting the first annual Charlottetown Comedy Festival in partnership with Hubcap Comedy Festival. Comedians will be performing from February 16th-18th at both PEI Brewing Company and Florence Simmons Performance Hall. One... Continue Reading →

Cadre Album Review: I Decided

By: Obinna Esomchukwu Big Sean (a.k.a Sean Don) recently released his fourth studio album -- I Decided. The G.O.O.D Music signee is arguably one of the best rappers in the game today, however,  a few people are not convinced he... Continue Reading →

Teaming Up to Tour: Liz Stringer // Tim Moxam

By: Lorelei Kenny Independent solo artists Tim Moxam from Toronto, Canada and Liz Stringer from Melbourne, Australia are collaborating together for a two-week tour through eastern Canada. These dynamic artists will be hitting up The Dunk in Breadalbane and The... Continue Reading →

Ballerina On the Moon

By: Dr. Libby Osgood I was going to be the first ballerina on the moon, or so I thought back in the early 1990’s around the age of 9. It didn’t matter that people had stopped traveling to the moon,... Continue Reading →

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