Tuesday, March 2, 2021

The Grace to host storytelling performances, podcast

TATAMAGOUCHE – A new storytelling series is coming to the North Shore. ‘My Uncomfortable Hoodie: Stories from Childhood to Adulthood’, expected to launch this spring, will feature live performances...

Tatamagouche musician hits top of European chart for second time

TATAMAGOUCHE – Europeans continue to love the stylings of a musician originally from Tatamagouche. For the second time in five months, Paul Randy Mingo topped the EACM chart with...

Tatamagouche teenager publishes first novel under pen name

TATAMAGOUCHE - Nineteen-year-old Siena Hammermeister has just published her first novel, Idris: Eye of the Beholder.  Published under the pen name Phoenix De’clan, the novel tells the harrowing tale...

Seven artists featured in first phase of Pugwash Open Air Gallery

PUGWASH – Things just got a lot more colourful in the village. Pugwash Communities in Bloom installed seven large pieces of artwork on buildings recently, kicking off their new...

Trio set to perform An Evening of Rodgers and Hart

TATAMAGOUCHE – You may be familiar with some of their songs, but you may not realize who is actually behind those songs. An Evening with Rodgers and Hart will...

Pugwash potter’s work on display in Truro show

TRURO – A fine art gallery in Truro is hosting two concurrent shows that will exhibit pieces by a number of Nova Scotian artists, including one from Pugwash. Visual...

Tatamagouche native coming down from high after song tops European chart

SEAL BROOK – Paul Randy Mingo had no idea his song released in Europe recently reached number one on the music charts. The Tatamagouche native who now lives in Seal...

New Annan artist’s paintings on display at The Grace

NEW ANNAN – Mark Schwartz is inspired by gestures. So inspired that his New Annan Series of acrylic paintings is now on display at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre’s...

Ice House Gallery brings on new curator

TATAMAGOUCHE – Brandt Eisner has a vision for the Ice House Gallery in Tatamagouche. As the new curator for the gallery, Eisner has already booked a show for September, and...

‘My music is words’

RIVER JOHN - In her new book, Sheree Fitch shares the delight of a child rediscovering the joys of summer. As the province emerges from its pandemic lockdown,...




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