Monday, December 11, 2017

Tatamagouche author launching newest book

Tatamagouche's Joan Baxter is launching her latest book, Seven Grains of Paradise: A Culinary Journey in Africa, at Mabel Murple's Book Shoppe and Dreamery in River John. The launch begins at 7 p.m. on Aug....

Summer at the Kirk

Live music is back home at the Balmoral Kirk for the summer. Beginning July 14 with a performance by Thom Swift, the former church in The Falls will have at least two other shows. Swift, a...
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On display

Gary Blackwood and Nicole Uzans discuss Megan Foote’s ‘Raspberry Fingers’ during the opening reception of the Local Artist Show at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre on Dec. 2. The pieces were on display...

The world comes to Pugwash

A review of the play, Pugwash Written by Vern Thiessen and Directed by Natasha MacLellan In the 1950s, a nuclear shadow darkened the world as the Cold War threatened to become a hot war. Those of us...

Seven awards handed out during Small Business Week

Seven local businesses were recently honoured as the Truro and Colchester Chamber of Commerce celebrated Small Business Week. The annual Small Business Awards were handed out on Oct. 19 during a luncheon at the Holiday...

A vibrant display

Vibrant colours and sculptures are on display at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre’s Ice House Gallery this month. Ian Funke-McKay’s Fate’s Four Favours exhibit will run until May 26. “Most of the work has been...

Improvisational pianist Yakir Arbib in Tatamagouche

“Before I was born, when I was in my mother’s womb, my father played tapes of Johannes Sebastian Bach for me. “Then, as soon as I was able, he allowed me to walk on the...
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A successful tea and craft sale

Local craft sales are a marvellous approach to ringing in the Christmas season and an economical way to buy locally produced, high quality handmade gifts. Buying locally is also a way of showing that you...

Youth Art Show kicks off 2017 season at Fraser Cultural Centre

“Art is very much alive and well on the North Shore. We have students practicing the artistic techniques of Georgia O’Keeffe, Frida Kahlo, Maude Lewis and Ted Harrison,” said Lyn Sutherland, the curator of...
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A time to spread the warmth

It was a picture online showing clothing tied to a fence in Boston that sparked Patricia Campbell’s idea. Campbell, the owner and operator of Fiddleheads Salon in Tatamagouche, held the first of what she hopes...
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