Thursday, April 15, 2021
By: Raissa Tetanish Hub Now D’ESCOUSSE: Next spring, Marjorie Simmins wants the name Somebeachsomewhere to be known internationally. Simmins, an author, writing teacher, and freelance writer living in D’Escousse, has...
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...
D’ESCOUSSE: A local author was one of the winners of Creative Nova Scotia Awards handed out recently. Author Marjorie Simmins was one of three winners to receive the $5,000 Established Artist Recognition Award in...
LAKEFIELD, ONTARIO: Natalie MacMaster said her nomination to the Order of Nova Scotia came at a special time. “It feels incredible,” she told The Reporter. “It feels so good to be honoured by those...
ANTIGONISH: Tareq Hadhad says his family’s story is more than just chocolate; it’s about the message behind it – peace. During a book launch on October 29 at the Antigonish Farmers Market, the CEO...
HALIFAX: The provincial government announced it is providing $2.1 million to arts and culture organizations across the province. “Arts and culture organizations and the artists and creators within them help to tell the story...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local band has released a new single off their new album and have plans for a performance in the town later this month. Andre Pettipas and The Giants have released their...
BADDECK: Two Cape Breton musicians are making the old new again. Fiddler and singer Morgan Toney and producer Keith Mullins are lending contemporary arrangements to traditional Mi’kmaq songs, and the results are creating a...
ANTIGONISH: The directors of Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre say clear, immediate and significant action is needed from the province to help stabilize the financial situation they - along with other professional theatre companies face - as theatre...
ANTIGONISH: The Town of Antigonish is very pleased to bring back its photo mural program again this year. “The goal is to bring more vibrancy, colour, and creativity to the downtown by showcasing the...
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