Thursday, October 1, 2020
Home Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

Photos by Nicole FawcettWhile groups remained in their bubbles and masks were worn, children and seniors alike were treated to a day of games, a maze, treats, and fun. The day ended...
SYDNEY: Faced with current restrictions on travel and large gatherings, Celtic Colours International Festival will be doing things differently this year. Instead of hosting concerts all over Cape Breton Island this October, Celtic Colours...
ANTIGONISH: After 18 days of shooting in Windsor, Halifax and Chester, the feature film Dawn, Her Dad & the Tractor wrapped last week in Antigonish. Writer and director Shelley Thompson, completed the first Telefilm-funded...
MABOU: The debut novel from a local author is now available. Dirty Birds by Morgan Murray is a satirical novel that tells the story of Milton Ontario—not to be confused with Milton, Ontario—and his...
INVERNESS: The Inverness County Centre for the Arts (ICCA) is excited to announce Sarah C. Rankin’s “Home” will run until October 4. The show is sponsored by Quincy Street Market. The gallery is open...
DUNDEE: The new novel from a Richmond County author continues to win more accolades. Dundee author Michael Gerhartz recently won gold in the thriller category of the 2020 International Elite Choice Book awards competition...
GUYSBOROUGH: Sometimes, the dark clouds of confinement can unleash the silver lining of creativity. Mulgrave Road Theatre and Artworks East are collaborating in an exciting gallery event that offers a showcase for artists who...
Photos by Nicole FawcettThe Annual Blueberry Jam was held at Big Belle Farm on Mabou Ridge on August 15. While it looked a bit different this year, with all of the safety precautions in effect, the...
ST. PETER’S: A little girl from this community got a special parcel in the mail recently. A member of the Maritime Pirate Alliance sent St. Peter’s Pirate Days enthusiast Elena King a package containing...
ANTIGONISH: At a time when theatres and stages across the globe remain shuttered due to COVID-19, artists are responding with unique ways to stay connected through digital means. For Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre, the...
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Translate »