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ANTIGONISH: This summer, Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre (FAST) will be doing something they never thought was possible before – taking their performance outside the comfort of the Bauer Theatre. Artistic director Andrea Boyd said...
MABOU: A familiar face in the local music scene has new songs and videos to share, with plans to release an LP. After touring nationally and releasing eight albums in the late 1990s and...
MABOU: The debut novel from a local author is getting even more exposure. Morgan Murray’s Dirty Birds was long listed in the 20th season of CBC Radio’s annual series Canada Reads. Although he failed...
HALIFAX: The film and television rights to the final book from Silver Donald Cameron have been acquired by Pictou Twist Pictures and Ion Inc. Blood in the Water: A True Story of Revenge in...
by Raissa Tetanish Tatamagouche Light Hub Now TRURO: A project by the local francophone community centre is telling the stories of seniors throughout the province.
by Raissa Tetanish Tatamagouche Light TRURO: Strength, hope, resiliency. Those three words fill the pages of Karen Dean’s new book, We Are Unbreakable: Raw, Real Stories...
PORT HAWKESBURY: On Jan. 31 Taylor Linloff was part of an episode of the CBC docuseries You Can’t Ask That which asks questions of Canadians with various disabilities. In her case, Linloff was diagnosed...
ARICHAT: A member of the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame is providing the gift of music this Christmas. West Arichat resident, and local country music legend Robert Bouchard, stopped by St. Ann...
ARICHAT: The journals of a prominent former businessman are now available to the public. Isle Madame Historical Society (IMHS) chair Anne Leavitt spent the first wave of COVID-19 reviewing, rewriting and condensing the Early...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotians and Bostonians excitedly awaited the virtual lighting of the Tree for Boston which took place on December 3, on the Boston Common. The 45-foot white spruce tree from Grand Anse, Richmond...
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