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INVERNESS: The short film Bòcan, the first production from filmmaking collective Cape Breton Film (formerly known as Inverness Film) is part of the 2019 lineup for FIN Atlantic International Film Festival. Bòcan’s selection was announced during the...
CANSO: The Stan Rogers Folk Festival, Canada’s Songwriter Festival, is excited to announce its 2019 headliners. Suzanne Vega, Donovan Woods and Jeremy Dutcher will highlight the show taking place from July 25-28 in Canso. Known internationally for songs...
SYDNEY: They’ve spent the last four years documenting ghostly happenings on the eastern side of the island, and now Jason Murphy and Doug Mombourquette are anxious to visit Richmond and Inverness counties to shed some light on those things...
POTLOTEK, FIRST NATION: Grades 7 and 8 students at Mi’kmawey School have created inspirational songs focused on bringing inclusivity and cross-cultural understanding into the spotlight. The students participated in a transformative project, learning about Canada’s colonial history from...
INVERNESS: The eyes of the provincial arts scene were on Inverness last Thursday night as this year’s selections by the Art Bank of Nova Scotia were unveiled. “I think this is the first time the showing was done in Cape...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Granville Green Outdoor Concert Series is still months away, but those looking for some musical entertainment can have their boots filled at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. “We have some shows coming in during the next little...
WHYCOCOMAGH: The latest novel from a local author is available for sale. The book launch for Brenda MacLennan-Dunphy’s second novel, The Silence of the Vessel, was held at the Whycocomagh Waterfront Centre on November...
ANTIGONISH: After its inaugural festival in 2019, the Nova Scotia Summer Fest is hitting the road this summer. Based in the heart of Antigonish, the festival’s first year featured such acts as Classified, Alan...
HALIFAX: From lip-syncing underwater alongside a crew of mermaids to celebrating Canada with a tiny caribou, Heather Rankin has done it all over the past few months. However, as the Mabou native prepares for her June 3 appearance at the...
MABOU: On Friday, June 30 at 7:30 p.m. Strathspey Performing Arts Centre will present the “Return of the Vanishing Cape Breton Fiddler - Featuring the Cape Breton Fiddlers Association.” Way back in 1972, Ron MacInnis wrote and narrated a CBC...
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