Sunday, June 17, 2018


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: No strangers to this community thanks to their roles as instructors for the annual Music Camp on the Canal, two Celtic music collaborators helped camp organizers ramp up the enthusiasm for the event’s sixth annual edition this...
ANTIGONISH: This year’s local arts benefit on February 11 is going to involve a lot more pile-drivers than usual. Board members of the All-of-Us Society for Art Presentation (ASAP) Artist Run Centre are taking a different approach to their annual...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Several businesses in the area were recently visited by a group of young women using the gift of music to spread the word about helping the less fortunate. The volunteers were representing Children’s Joy Foundation (CJF) Canada, and...
WESTVILLE: Bailey MacKinnon is going to Kick it With Kissel. The 19-year-old Westville singer will be the opening act for Brett Kissel on his “Ice, Snow & 30 Below Tour” which will make its way to the Port Hawkesbury Civic...
ISLE MADAME: A new book offers insight into the history of a local community. Local author Gabriel LeBlanc launched his new book, Mon Isle Madame, at Centre La Picasse in Petit de Grat on January 17. LeBlanc, who describes himself as...
ANTIGONISH: A new local music festival might find an audience this summer. Council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish recently heard from residents of the Meadow Green Road who are looking at the idea of setting up what...
HALIFAX: A graduate of St. Peter's District High and former weekend host on the predecessor of 1015 FM The Hawk was made the host of CBC Radio's Weekend Mornings show. Born in Ontario, with a childhood split between Cheticamp, Louisdale...
WAYCOBAH: Indigenous artists from the region are proud to see their work presented to one of the country's favourite musicians. During an Assembly of First Nations Meeting in Gatineau, Quebec on December 6, Regional Chief Morley Googoo presented musician Gord Downie...
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