Authors Articles by Paul Rellinger

Articles by Paul Rellinger

Paul Rellinger
188 Articles
Paul Rellinger a.k.a Relly is an award-winning journalist and longtime former newspaper editor still searching for the perfect lead. When he's not putting pen to paper, Paul is on a sincere but woefully futile quest to own every postage stamp ever issued. A rabid reader of history, Paul claims to know who killed JFK but can't say out of fear for the safety of his oh so supportive wife Mary, his three wonderful kids and his three spirited grandchildren. Paul counts among his passions Peterborough's rich live music scene, the Toronto Maple Leafs, slopitch and retrieving golf balls from the woods. You can follow Paul on Twitter at @rellywrites.
Contemporary jazz-funk quartet Zing (John Ebata on keyboards, John Pagnotta on sax, David Inglis on drums, Patrick McPhail on bass, and Robert Moore on guitar) is performing a benefit concert for Community Care Peterborough on September 8, 2018 at the Market Hall in Peterborough. (Photo: Wendy Greening Photography)

Zing is ‘playing it forward’ at Peterborough’s Market Hall on September 8

Contemporary jazz and funk quartet performs benefit concert for Community Care Peterborough .
Bob Seger tribute band Against The Wind, which performs a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest on August 11, 2018, features Jeffrey Dean Goldstein (ATW founder / drums), John Jamieson (musical director / keyboards), Kevin Reid (lead vocals / acoustic guitar), John Panchyshyn (sax), Josh Gordon (electric guitar), Stephen Varga (electric and acoustic guitar), Mitch Starkman (bass guitar), and Cyndi Richards, Amanda Gordon, and Marysia Gonzalez (background vocals / percussion). (Publicity photo)

Rock ‘n’ roll never forgets and neither does Against The Wind

Bob Seger tribute band delivers Detroit rocker's hit song catalogue at Peterborough Musicfest on August 11.
Alan Doyle, pictured here with his band at the 2017 Blacksheep Festival in Germany, performs a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest in Del Crary Park in Peterborough on August 8, 2018. (Photo: Ralf Schulze / rs-foto.de)

For Alan Doyle, there is life after Great Big Sea

Newfoundland native brings his high-energy talent back to Peterborough Musicfest for a free concert on August 8.
Chris Rouse as Prince with Sean Alexander, co-founder of tribute band The Funk Frequency, which performs a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest at Del Crary Park on Saturday, August 4, 2018. (Publicity photo)

Party like its 1999 this long weekend with The Funk Frequency

Prince tribute band performs at Peterborough Musicfest at Del Crary Park on August 4.
Toronto-based live music collective Dwayne Gretzky and Peterborough-born folk-rock band JJ and The Pillars will be performing a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest at Del Crary Park on Wednesday, August 1, 2018. (Publicity photos)

Something old and something new rocks Peterborough Musicfest on August 1

Toronto-based music collective Dwayne Gretzky serves up classic hits joined by fast-rising Peterborough-born folk-rock quartet JJ and The Pillars.
New country musician Tebey with brother-and-sister duo The Recklaws are performing a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest in Del Crary Park in Peterborough on Saturday, July 28, 2018. (Publicity photos)

Tebey with The Reklaws: a free double shot of Canadian country on July 28

Peterborough Musicfest welcomes new country artists to the Fred Anderson Stage at Del Crary Park.
In Judith Thompson's "Who Killed Snow White?", an act of violence shatters the world of 15-year-old Serena (Grace Thompson, pictured here with Cynthia Ashperger as her mom). Unlike the usual historical fare at 4th Line Theatre, this play explores the topical subjects of social media and cyberbullying among today's youth. The play premieres at the Winslow Farm in Millbrook on August 6 and runs until August 25, 2018. (Photo: Heather Doughty / kawarthaNOW.com)

4th Line Theatre treads into stormy waters with ‘Who Killed Snow White?’

Judith Thompson's world-premiere play brings issues of bullying and harassment to the Winslow Farm from August 6 to 25.
Showplace Performance Centre general manager Emily Martin (second from right) is putting her stamp on the downtown performing arts venue, buoyed by her already extensive experience in the performing arts milieu. Here she is pictured with Showplace board members Brenda Booth and Julie Howe and Nexicom past president Paul Downs in November 2017, when the main performance space was named The Erica Cherney Theatre as a tribute to the late businesswoman and fervent arts supporter. (Photo: Jeannine Taylor / kawarthaNOW.com)

Partnerships and diverse programming are the keys to Showplace’s future

With a financial struggle behind them, general manager Emily Martin and her team are breaking new ground at the performing arts venue in downtown Peterborough.
22-year-old pop singer-songwriter Scott Helman performs a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest at Del Crary Park in downtown Peterborough on Wednesday, July 25, 2018. (Publicity photo)

Rising Canadian pop star Scott Helman performs at Peterborough Musicfest on July 25

Already with five Juno Award nominations and a bevy of hit singles, 22-year-old singer-songwriter's future is now.
Halifax-born and Montreal-based indie rock band Wintersleep performs a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest in Del Crary Park on Saturday, July 21, 2018. (Photo: Scott Munn)

Peterborough Musicfest welcomes east coast rockers Wintersleep on July 21

Best known for hits 'Weighty Ghost' and 'Amerika', Juno winners perform free concert at Del Crary Park.

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