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Iskwé

Artist Iskwé is in Charlottetown this week to brighten up the music scene with the release of her new album ‘The Fight Within’. Iskwé (pronounced ‘iss-kway’), is a Winnipeg born artist and she has been making and performing her combination... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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 →

The “P” in UPEI Stands for “Party”

By: Morin Mawhinney In a recent article published by Maclean’s, they ranked Canada’s 47 Top Party Schools. You’ll all be happy to know our own UPEI came in at #21. That’s a reasonably respectable position, isn’t it? For the party... Continue Reading →

Relay for Life 2017 Recap

By: Emma McDermott & Lorelei Kenny Last Friday, members of the UPEI community gathered together for the 2017 UPEI Relay For Life. Relay For Life is a national annual fundraising event for the Canadian Cancer Society which has been taking... Continue Reading →

Priceless Piece: Why You Should Listen to Angelo Mota’s House of Diamonds

By: Iain Burhoe The state of music is something up for debate as of recently. With a heavy focus on more electronic and sounds, there is a lack of lyricism in today’s pieces. Rap music has been the biggest hit... Continue Reading →

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