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The Gathering Place serves up a Thanksgiving feast in St. John's
2019 marks 20th year for Summerside's Esther Finkle Fund’s Walk for Kids
ATLANTIC SKIES: Earth's sister planet?
Country music means Thanksgiving for Acadian family at Abram-Village festival
JILL ELLSWORTH: Millennials assemble — it’s time to vote
Longtime St. John's stylist Maurice Lahey refuses to retire, pens barbering memoir
Inaugural Great Northern Viking Festival showcases viking connection, fishery
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. — The Great Northern Peninsula Viking Festival bookended the tourism season on the tip of the Northern Peninsula for the first time this past week. From Oct. 3-6, an assortment of events were held in L'Anse ...
Sydney-raised Dave Sampson has his 'Ways' with writing songs
Dave Sampson has lots of reasons to celebrate. The Nova Scotia songwriter has a brand new record All Types of Ways and a pair of upcoming launch shows in both his childhood and adopted home towns, but at the time of this chat about those landmark ...
Why Caley dances: Instagram campaign raises awareness, money for mental health
Last year, Caley Dimmock’s 40,000 Instagram followers did not initially know why she started posting videos of herself dancing. Eventually, she let them in on the purpose behind putting on a happy face. After struggling with what she ...
KEELYWOOD: Celebrity companies that I love
Quick! Someone call Ashton Kutcher and tell him that investing in tech is out and starting your own business is in. The first rule of being a celebrity is: Don’t tell anyone about your nose job, but the second rule is: Being rich is just a ...
Strait area theatre company debuts play about local tourism
To most people, it would have been just another summer job but to Adam Cooke, the time he spent working at a tourist bureau when he was 19 was nothing less than a cultural coming-of-age. Cooke spent the summer of 1992 working at a small tourist ...
Fourth annual Haunted Farm starts Oct. 11 at Kool Breeze Farms in Summerside
With Halloween quickly approaching, the fourth annual Haunted Farm will be returning to Summerside, presented by the College of Piping. The tradition was started by the recently closed Spotlight School of Arts. Reasha Walsh, the ...
Aaron Carter wouldn't last a winter if he moves to Nova Scotia, says Halifax friend of U.S. rapper
Kaulback Island assessed at 3,256,500. ...
Lights, camera, farming: Web series focuses on life on Annapolis Valley family farm
When an eight-member production crew for the Real Farm Lives web series turned up at the Keddy Farm in the Annapolis Valley, with a van full of gear, Philip and Katie Keddy realized they were involved in a much bigger project than they’d ...
Organizers not expecting much sleep during annual Celtic Colours festival
"There will be no sleep." Celtic Colours International Festival executive director Mike MacSween laughs as he states the mantra festival staff and volunteers will be living by over the next nine days but there is some truth to be found ...
Jimmy Rankin heads home, enlists East Coast musical royalty for newest record
If Jimmy Rankin was hoping to achieve a down-home sound to his latest record, 2018’s homecoming-themed Moving East, he certainly scored big when it came to the recording locale. After eight years living in Nashville, Rankin made the decision ...