Arts & Culture

Artist Feature: Mary McPherson

Artifact, Excavated from White Settlement by Mary McPherson Artifact, Excavated from White Settlement is meant to challenge the power structures put into place by the use of museum displays. The sculptural work is a porcelain teacup, placed in a display case, labelled “Artifact, excavated from Read More …

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Orillia-Based Mariposa Folk Fest Returns for Best Line Up Yet 

By Jaina Kelly Every July, several thousand folk music enthusiasts travel to the beautiful, tree-lined streets of Orillia, Ontario to take part in a three-day music and camping festival at TudHope Park. The festival has been active since the 60’s when hordes of noisy hippies Read More …

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Consumer Culture’s Monopoly on the Influencer Industry

What does the content that creators are making say about society? By Sabrina Nordlund I hate to be all ‘back in my day’ but there once was a time when bloggers and YouTubers were more than just the new steam engine of the advertising industry. Read More …

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10 Background Tunes for Brainiacs

A small playlist to set the mood for studying this exam season By Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer As exams creep closer, the time has come for fervent studying and that all-too-familiar sense of dread. It can be hard to sit down and focus on this Read More …

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The Argus Artist Feature: Alexa Bohemier

By Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer Thunder Bay is full to the brim with beautiful people and beautiful nature – a fact most represented in our local artistry. The works of local artists have deep roots in the natural beauty of both people and land, and Read More …

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