Saturday, October 21, 2017


TRURO: Music Scotia Awards were handed out on Sunday at the Music Nova Scotia Awards Celebration at the Holiday Inn and Conference Centre Truro. Ria Mae won five awards, including Recording of the year, Music video of the Year, Digital...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The J. Franklin Wright Art Gallery is pleased to introduce “Since Their Service,” an exhibition by photographer Charlie Morrison. The public is invited to visit the exhibition started on October 28, in the J. Franklin Wright Art...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The 15th annual FEIS, a fundraiser in support of adult literacy in the Town of Port Hawkesbury, as well as of Nova Scotian authors, will take place this week. On November 3, “FEIS 2016: Midwives & Moonshine,” hosted...
MARBLE MOUNTAIN: A documentary recently put the spotlight on a local community.On October 5, the community of Marble Mountain hosted the first screening of the Bras d'Or Lake Biosphere Reserve Association’s Striking Balance documentary series.Organizer Bill Legge said producers...
ANTIGONISH: Danny Gillis is happy to report his first novel Where the Rivers Meet contains everything from fiddlers, pipers, saints, sinners, and even a federal election that brings Diefenbaker to town on the Judique Flyer.“The characters are pretty true...
HALIFAX: With performances in Winnipeg, Toronto and most of Nova Scotia already under her belt, Laurenn Marchand is excited about reaching some Atlantic Canadian markets for the first time this fall.The Louisdale native will make her debuts in Prince...
MABOU: It’s hard to find too many people who haven’t heard of John McDermott but, on November 3, locals will have an opportunity to hear the man himself.That night, the legendary Scottish-Canadian balladeer will visit the Strathspey Performing Arts...
SYDNEY: Celtic Colours celebrated 20 years of music and culture, and government continues to invest in the festival's success.Derek Mombourquette, MLA Sydney-Whitney Pier, on behalf of Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage, announced on October 6, a...
HALIFAX: Business for the Arts, Canada’s only national charitable organization that strengthens arts and culture in Canada by building partnerships between the private and cultural sectors, announced today that its artsVest program is continuing for a fourth year in...
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