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Articles by Bruce Head

Bruce Head
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Bruce Head is kawarthaNOW.com's managing editor, lead developer, and a contributing writer. When he isn't editing or developing, Bruce enjoys making music, exercising Tess the border collie, and working on his elusive first novel.
Rhonda Causton of Omemee, owner of Reel Twisted FX, works on actor Jarrett Siddall during production of the short horror film Latched, which premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 10. (Photo: Bokeh Collective)

Omemee FX makeup artist Rhonda Causton’s twisted work premieres at TIFF

Horror film Latched, filmed near Fenelon Falls, is the opening short film for the festival on September 10.
Michelle McLeod, who grew up in Peterborough's theatre community, has the leading role in "Don't Talk To Irene" which also stars Bruce Gray, Geena Davis, Scott Thompson, and Anastasia Phillips. The new film, written and directed by Pat Mills, premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2017. (Publicity photo)

Peterborough native Michelle McLeod has her breakout film role in Don’t Talk to Irene

Feel-good movie premieres at Toronto International Film Festival on September 11.
Peterborough's Michael Sutherland has become a Facebook celebrity as he makes his way on foot to Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Photo: Brian Stan McCrae / Facebook)

Peterborough man becomes Facebook celebrity as he walks to Nova Scotia

Almost 10,000 people are following Michael Sutherland's bucket-list journey.
Around 70% of the sun is obscured by the moon in this photo of the May 20, 2012 partial solar eclipse taken in San Juan Capistrano in California. This is similar to how the sun will appear in the Kawarthas -- if viewed using protective eyewear -- during the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, although the moon will be obscuring the sun from below. (Photo: Wikimedia)

What to expect in the Kawarthas during the solar eclipse on August 21

Almost 70% of the sun will be obscured by the moon, but you'll need eclipse glasses or a pinhole projector to safely view it.
The memorial bench for the late Dr. Judith Buys at Cornerstone Family Dentistry. Pictured are Judith's husband Dr. James McGorman, Cornerstone co-owner Dr. Anna Jo, Cornerstone office manager Amanda Crowley, and Cornerstone co-owner Dr. Jay Chun. (Photo by Tracey Allison of Tracey Allison Photography, a former Cornerstone employee.)

Cornerstone Family Dentistry honours the memory of Dr. Judith Buys

Memorial bench unveiled for founder of dental practice who died tragically a year ago.
Inside the main house of Ronnie Hawkins' Hawkstone Manor on Stoney Lake, which is currently listed for sale with Sotheby's at an asking price of $4,250,000. (Photo: Realtor.ca)

Ronnie Hawkins is selling Hawkstone Manor for $4.3 million

Some of the biggest names in music have stayed and recorded at the Stoney Lake estate.
Peterborough's Beau Dixon has received a Toronto Theatre Critics Award and is nominated for a Dora for his performance in the Toronto musical Passing Strange. (Photo: Adam Rankin)

Peterborough’s Beau Dixon nominated for Dora Award

Actor has also received Toronto Theatre Critics Award for his role in rock musical Passing Strange.
4th Line Theatre's new play "Bombers: Reaping the Whirlwind" by David S. Craig tells the story of a Canadian heavy bomber pilot serving with No. 6 Group RCAF of Bomber Command during the Second World War. Pictured are the aircrew and groundcrew of No. 428 Squadron (also known as the "Ghost Squadron", one of the No. 6 Group RCAF squadrons) with their Avro Lancaster, which flew the squadron's 2000th sortie, a raid on Bremen in Germany. (Photo: Library and Archives Canada)

New play at 4th Line Theatre in July tells story of Canada’s WWII bomber...

"Bombers: Reaping the Whirlwind" reflects on Canada's greatest and deadliest contribution to victory.
Two roots music duos are performing at the Market Hall on back-to-back days: Mairi Rankin and Ailie Robertson on May 26 and Max Gomez and Rick Fines on May 27

Back-to-back roots music duo concerts in May at Peterborough’s Market Hall

Mairi Rankin and Ailie Robertson perform May 26 and Max Gomez and Rick Fines on May 27.
Volunteers with collected cigarette butt litter at a previous Butt Blitz event in Peterborough. Events take place on Saturday, May 6, 2017 in Peterborough and Cobourg. (Photo: A Greener Future)

Kick some butts in Peterborough and Cobourg on May 6

Butt Blitz cigarette butt litter clean-up events take place at Millennium Park and Victoria Park.

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