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HALIFAX: The Home of Rock ‘N Roll maintains our local guys are the best of the best. “It helps us to hop a couple of hurdles in one giant leap,” said Andre Pettipas, front man of Andre Pettipas and The...
ANTIGONISH: “She Sings as She Flies - Revisiting the Helen Creighton Song Collection” is the most recent project by performance duo, Patchwork. “It’s like a revisiting of folk traditions and what we can do with them in a modern context,”...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Chedabucto Place Association is pleased to present “Oh Canada, We Sing of Thee” on Sunday, November 5 at 3 p.m. at the Chedabucto Place Performance Centre in Guysborough. Internationally acclaimed Canadian Songbird Leisa Way has created magic with...
CHATEAUGUAY: A former resident and his two daughters made a bit of a splash on the airwaves last month. Clarence Digout, formerly of St. Peter’s and now living in Chateauguay, Quebec, recently appeared on Breakfast Television Montreal with daughters Eva...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Barb MacIntyre expected good things out of last Wednesday’s Sew Day, hosted by St. Mark’s Tea Thyme Quilters, but she was pleasantly surprised with the event’s success. “We made 190 blocks, and we’re going to send 150 blocks...
ST. PETER’S: The Seaside Lobsterfest is now one of 17 selected festivals to be featured in Destination Cape Breton’s new marketing campaign, “17 in ‘17.” “We are so excited that after our first year, the Seaside Lobsterfest has been selected...
ARICHAT: A local music program is welcoming back guests from the last year for a special evening of tunes. The organizers behind Telile’s East Coast Spotlight, a live monthly program dedicated to local musicians, are celebrating the show’s anniversary on...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Internationally-acclaimed soprano Measha Brueggergosman will perform at a special one-night-only event at the SAERC Auditorium on February 25 at 7:30 p.m. Noted as a singer of great gifts and artistic intensity, who has a voice capable of just...
INVERNESS: Kyle MacDonald of Foot Cape Road has been nominated for Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year for his first solo album at this year’s Music Nova Scotia awards. “I’m excited. It was a fun project and it’s nice to share...
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