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MULGRAVE: The second annual Dundee Resort Folk Music Festival will be held at the end of May. Organizer Krista Luddington said this year’s edition, which will take place May 22-24 at the Dundee Resort and Golf Club...
PORT HOOD: The Port Hood Area Development Society (PHADS) will host the third annual Murphy’s Pond Music Festival. The event starts on Friday, July 10 from 4-8 p.m. with a homemade fish cake and bean supper...
HALIFAX: Paul Merkelo, trumpet, and Serhiy Salov, piano, team up to create the powerhouse duo Merkelo & Salov. Recognized for their “unusual lyrical gifts” and “glittering technique,” Merkelo & Salov are reuniting for a nine concert tour throughout...
Editor's note: The date that was published in the February 26 edition of The Reporter was incorrect. The Irish Rovers will perform in Mabou on March 7. KINGSTON, ONTARIO: One of the best known...
SYDNEY: Organizers with the Celtic Colours International Festival are excited to announce an expanded line-up of concerts for its 24th year. Taking place from October 9-17, the internationally-acclaimed, award-winning festival will feature 54 concerts in 35 communities around Cape Breton Island....
CREIGNISH: It was a surprise — a wonderful surprise — that saw a well-known family in Inverness County grow by one member. “When you do your ancestry, you never know who’s going to pop up on...
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO: Fiddler and step dancer Natalie MacMaster has been nominated for yet another award. The Troy native was among the nominees in the Traditional Roots Album of the Year category for her recording Sketches when...
Photos by Mary HankeyThis large felted work of art, entitled “Lone Spruce” by Nellie Fraser, is now on display for her exhibition in the J. Franklin Wright Gallery at the Civic Centre in Port Hawkesbury.
Photos by Dana MacPhail TouesnardRev. Allan MacMillan (second from the left) performed Robbie Burns’ classic 1786 poem, Address to a Haggis, at the 18th annual Robert Burns Dinner with Entertainment in St. Peter’s, as sword bearer...
ANTIGONISH: Town council offered funding to a former resident looking to bring the town to the big screen. During a regular meeting on January 20, Antigonish Town Council voted to offer $19,000 to Shelly Thompson to...
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