Monday, October 26, 2020
HALIFAX: Six top Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) culinary graduates have been selected to receive the 2020 Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Culinary Excellence. The award for culinary excellence recognizes a graduating student from each...
INVERNESS: The member show, Hands Dancing, will run at Inverness County Centre for the Arts (ICCA) until August 30. The gallery will be open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
HALIFAX: The Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia is excited to announce an art contest specifically for the Youth of Nova Scotia. “We want you to show us what you love about living in...
SYDNEY: Lobster-licious, a new culinary event featuring non-traditional and innovative lobster dishes, was launched at 19 food establishments across Cape Breton Island last Saturday, July 4. The event will run until July 26, with each food operator...
SYDNEY: The Cape Breton Partnership has come together with leaders from Cape Breton - Unama’ki’s creative sector to create jobs for artists. The Cape Breton Centre for Craft and Design, the Cape Breton Music...
HALIFAX: After 10 years of sold-out circles at Casino Nova Scotia, Bruce Guthro is taking his songwriter circle on-line featuring 30 amazing artists and 14 shows. This will be a fun, interactive format. As...
ANTIGONISH: Despite numerous cancellations over the next few months, the Antigonight Festival team is moving ahead to explore an adapted festival. Antigonight is presented by Antigonish Culture Alive, a community arts council and registered charity not-for-profit organization.
SYDNEY: Faced with the uncertainty of travel and restrictions on large gatherings continuing into the fall—and in consultation with public officials—Celtic Colours International Festival will be doing things differently this year. With the safety...
D’ESCOUSSE: Due to COVID-19, the 2019 Atlantic Journalism Awards gala evening in Halifax, Nova Scotia was cancelled this year, but the award winners were still announced on-line on May 8. Among the Gold Medal...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Steve MacIntyre turned on his radio, but he had to turn it down. “It was just too big a story, too small a town,” the Port Hawkesbury resident sings over the sound...
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