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Bruce Head
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Bruce Head is kawarthaNOW.com's managing editor, chief technical officer, and a contributing writer. If he has any spare time, he enjoys songwriting, playing acoustic guitar, and taking photos of Cait the border collie.
Award-winning performer and playwright Rebecca Perry is the woman with the golden gun in a promotional photo for her show "Bond, James Bond: The Music of 007", which is coming to Bobcaygeon's Globus Theatre from July 17 to 21, 2024. In addition to singing all 25 theme songs of the James Bond film franchise, Perry will present entertaining facts about the songs and their singers, the actors who played Bond and the unforgettable Bond girls, as well as the legacy of the Bond franchise itself. (Photo: Sly Pereira)

The music of James Bond comes to Bobcaygeon’s Globus Theatre for five days in...

Rebecca Perry will perform all 25 theme songs in her show 'Bond, James Bond: The Music of 007' from July 17 to 21.
The Peterborough Theatre Guild will be presenting six productions for its 2024-25 season running from September to May. (Graphics courtesy of Peterborough Theatre Guild)

Peterborough Theatre Guild presenting six productions for its 2024-25 season

Plays include a one-act comedy and one-act drama, two family-friendly musicals, a historical drama, and two romantic dramas.
Globus Theatre's production of Kristen Da Silva's poignant comedy "Where You Are" at the Lakeview Arts Barn in Bobcaygeon from July 3 to 13, 2024 features (left to right, top and bottom) Anna Silvija Broks as Glenda, Joanne Latimer as Suzanne, Tara Koehler as Beth, and Josh Johnston as Patrick. (kawarthaNOW collage of supplied photos)

Bobcaygeon’s Globus Theatre presents Kristen Da Silva’s poignant comedy ‘Where You Are’ from July...

Play about love, family, forgiveness, and loss runs for 11 performances at the Lakeview Arts Barn.
New Stages Theatre's artistic director Mark Wallace announced the theatre company's 2024-25 season at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough on June 9, 2024. New Stages has released more details of each of the productions in the coming season, with season subscriptions now available. (Photo courtesy of New Stages)

Peterborough’s New Stages Theatre announces a nine-play season for 2024-25

Subscription packages available for September to June season, which includes another holiday production and return of popular week-long Brand New Stages Festival.
Councillor Dave Haacke makes a point during a discussion at city council's meeting on June 24, 2024 about the city's plan to take economic development and tourism services in-house after a decision not to renew a funding agreement with Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development at the end of the year. Haacke was one of three councillors who changed their vote after council had unanimously supported the plan when meeting as general committee on June 17. (kawarthaNOW screenshot of City of Peterborough video)

Three councillors change mind about City of Peterborough plan to take on economic development

Council voted to proceed with plan, and also voted for motion encouraging federal and provincial governments to increase support for college boards.
Jasbir Raina, CAO of the City of Peterborough, responds to questions from councillors during city council's general committee meeting on June 17, 2024 about a staff report proposing a new economic development and tourism model for the city. (kawarthaNOW screenshot of City of Peterborough video)

City council unanimously endorses Peterborough’s new economic development and tourism plan

With Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development dissolving at end of year, city will take services in-house for the first time in over 25 years.
Vancouver-based rock band Chilliwack (Jerry Adolphe, Ed Henderson, Bill Henderson, and Gord Maxwell) in 2018. The band will perform a free-admission concert at Peterborough Musicfest in Del Crary Park on July 10, 2024. (Photo: Erich Saide)

Chilliwack and Legends of Motown round out Peterborough Musicfest’s summer season

Festival has also announced Griffen Palmer will open for Tenille Townes and Dee Holt will open for Rêve.
Peterborough City Hall. (Photo: Bruce Head / kawarthaNOW)

Peterborough city council to consider staff proposal for new economic development division

June 17 report to be presented to general committee follows decision not to renew funding agreement with Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development.
The approximate area for the TVM Group's proposed residential-commercial development in East City, based on a site location map provided as part of an invitation from EcoVue Consulting Services Inc. to a public open house on June 20, 2024. (Graphic: kawarthaNOW / Google Maps)

New 10-storey development proposed for Peterborough’s East City beside Mark Street United Church

Consultant for TVM Group hosting a June 20 open house on proposed residential-commercial development with 156 apartments.
Also known as the host of "Canada's Got Talent," Calgary-born and Nashville-based country pop artist Lindsay Ell is an award-winning singer-songwriter and guitarist who will perform a free-admission concert at Peterborough Musicfest for the first time on August 10, 2024. (Photo supplied by Peterborough Musicfest)

Country pop artist Lindsay Ell coming to Peterborough Musicfest for the first time on...

The award-winning Calgary-born singer-songwriter and guitarist opened for Shania Twain in 2023.

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