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“Awaken My Love!” One word: Groovy

By: Lorelei Kenny Earlier this month Childish Gambino dropped his third studio album “Awaken My Love!” and now that the initial shock has subsided we can simply revel in its reality. Gambino trades in his heavy hip hop rap beats... Continue Reading →

22 Shows to binge-watch on Netflix AFTER Exams

By: Lorelei Kenny Politics House of Cards — Ruthless Congressman Francis Underwood and his equally emotionally-hardened wife Claire Underwood work their way up the political ladder, plotting against those in their way and showing no mercy to those who betray... Continue Reading →

Feature Friday: Singularity

By: Enesi Majebi   Oga /ɒgah/: A slang term meaning Boss I'd once been asked to describe the streets of Lagos, the man had been a tourist from the North, I could tell from his accent and his relaxed demeanour.... Continue Reading →

What Is On Top of the Bookstore?

Written By: Esomchukwu Obinna Photo from: UPEI Campus Life (facebook page) Student support services have become an integral part of today’s education. Like many schools in Canada, UPEI offers an array of services and support resources for students. From career... Continue Reading →

Cue & A with Ramzoid

By: Lorelei Kenny TC: When did you start producing music and are you based out of PEI? RAMZOID: Ya, I am based out of the island, and I currently have no plans to change that either! I’ve been producing electronic music... Continue Reading →

The Cadre Recommends: Best Places To Dine On A Dime in Charlottetown

By: Zach Geldert Have you eaten Kraft Dinner for your past 7 meals? Are you tired of Mr. Noodles? Does that Michelina’s ‘dinner’ sitting in your freezer make you want to puke? If you have answered yes to any (or... Continue Reading →

There’s Nothing To Do On PEI- what’s local, what’s happening

  By: Lorelei Kenny I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard someone say “there’s nothing to do on PEI”. Goodness, it drives me nuts! There are plenty of things going on in Charlottetown and across the island, many... Continue Reading →

Who’s Your Fahder? Vol. 2

By: Connor Mycroft The saying “who's yer fahder?” is well known to anyone who has spent even the slightest amount of time on PEI. It provides a reference point for new acquaintances. It can be a conversation starter (or ender).... Continue Reading →

A Classic Show: Little Shop of Horrors

By: Rob Thomson Here’s a Halloween treat for the Island: Little Shop of Horrors plays over the end-of-October weekend, staged by ACT (a community theater) in the grand new Florence Simmons Performance Hall. This is the story — told with music and action-drama... Continue Reading →

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