Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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Cresswell documentary receives funding

RIVER JOHN - A documentary television series with ties to the North Shore has received some funding. Under Skye-Larke Productions, 13-part series The Final Draft showcases authors, illustrators, and publishers...

Two new novels launched in Tatamagouche

TATAMAGOUCHE - The North Shore literary scene got a whole lot livelier with the launches of two captivating novels, one by Magi Nams and another by Gary Blackwood. Nams,...

Brigid Trio bringing Christmas to life

TATAMAGOUCHE - Three women are once again hosting a concert full of Christmas cheer. Brigid, consisting of Beth Terry, Emma Smit-Geraghty, and Sarah McKim-Glinz, are offering three performances this holiday...

Elizabeth Bishop inspires North Shore author to pen children’s book

CARIBOU RIVER - It’s been years in the making, but Rita Wilson’s debut into book publishing is finally happening. Wilson, who lives in Caribou River, is launching her new children’s...

Tatamagouche author to launch debut romance novel

TATAMAGOUCHE - Writing under the pen name Katie Ardea, Magi Nams is set to release her debut novel, Braver Than You Know. With courage as its core theme,...
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Christmas Cantata in support of Canadian Foodgrains Bank

RIVER JOHN - The Salem United Church will be alive for the Christmas season when The Village Sings and Friends host a Cantata. ‘Dream a Dream’ will begin at...

Fitch ends third season of book shoppe with collaboration, new published work

RIVER JOHN - It’s been a whirlwind of a few months for local author and poet Sheree Fitch. From the third season of Mabel Murple’s Book Shoppe and Dreamery, to...

Feit takes on role of operations manager at Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre

TATAMAGOUCHE - Things are about to get busier at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre in Tatamagouche. Known in the community as The Grace, the facility has been hosting a...

Schwartz invites all hands to help paint mural on side of train car

TATAMAGOUCHE - Every Saturday over the summer, Mark Schwartz was surrounded by paint. He was tasked with creating a mural on the side of one of the cars at the Train...

Oliver! to be performed at The Grace in October

TATAMAGOUCHE - “Please sir, can I have some more?” is the enduring line spoken by Oliver Twist, the half-starved orphan boy in Charles Dickens’ Victorian masterwork, Oliver Twist. North Shore audiences...


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