Monday, September 24, 2018

Arts & Entertainment

GPV students show their the best at essays

FALL RIVER: Three students from Georges P. Vanier Junior High have nabbed the top four spots in the 2017 Turning Points essay contest. Olivia Chute; Heidi Wadden; and Quentin Dawson-Nugent each placed first, second, and...

The Legacy Letters “like ripping a band-aid off an old wound,” says Landry

FALL RIVER: Sitting inside Good Day Cafe that is situated next to Lake Thomas in Fall River, Janice Landry speaks eloquently about the motivation behind her latest book, The Legacy Letters. Inside the book by...

Element, Rage dancers haul in hardware

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The dancers from Element Dance Studio in Bedford and Windsor Junction-based Rage Dance Studio racked up the hardware at a pair of recent competitions. Element, which is headed up by Janelle Warren Konowal,...

Kids Play gets boost from well-known singer

LOWER SACKVILLE: A well-known singer in Lower Sackville has been able to use his popularity to give back to a child and family from the community. Jon Cyr is known for his performance at a...

More than just a “picture book”

FALL RIVER: What started out to be a story book on the stories behind the many lighthouses in Nova Scotia quickly turned into a picture book on them. And author Allan Billard is just...
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Myles Goodwyn, Jim Henman please large Waverley crowd

WAVERLEY: Under bright sunshine, initial April Wine members and founder Myles Goodwyn took to the stage at the Village Green in Waverley performing as part of the Summer Concert Series. Goodwyn, who grew up just...

Joyful Sounds youth star at recitals

FALL RIVER: Student performers at Joyful Sounds starred at their five recitals, held at Ivany Campus Theatre and St. Rose of Lima in Fall River on June 3. Each recital featured students aged 7-16 on...

Fun weekend planned for Keloose

WINDSOR JUNCTION: It’s shaping up to be a weekend of fun to celebrate not only Canada’s 150th birthday, but also Keloose’s 40th anniversary this coming August. As the final events are pegged down and scheduled,...

MacKenzie pens “Wolves Don’t Knock”

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Cathy MacKenzie can check writing a novel off her bucket list. The author, who lives in Fall River Village near Windsor Junction, has just penned and published her first-ever novel, “Wolves Don’t Knock.” MacKenzie...
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