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August 2014
On the Way Up
On the Way Up
Profile: Colin Buchanan

by Jane Ledwell

Sometimes people want stories like a warm cup of tea—and that is powerful in the right dosage,” says musician Colin Buchanan, who is now a newly minted theatre co-writer and director with the production of Story at The Guild. He adds a “however…”: “Storytelling is often a lament for the past, or we’ve looked at the past with rose-coloured glasses… We wanted something with

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August 2014
Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun
Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun

The Cove Journal
by JoDee Samuelson

It’s been raining all day and we’re tired of being indoors, so it’s a perfect evening to attend the Victoria Playhouse. Everyone has been saying good things about the play Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun. The synopsis on-line reads: “A pregnant young woman and a disabled man meet at a bus stop and begin a friendship that will change their lives forever.” Sounds a little heavy, bu

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August 2014
How to Eat Like a Local
How to Eat Like a Local
A highly subjective guide for visitors to PEI

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

A few years ago, a tourist asked me where Islanders go to eat lobster. I explained that, generally, Islanders eat lobster at home on their own picnic tables.

“Oh, so Islanders don’t go to the lobster suppers?” he said.

“Oh no,” I said. “They go in droves. But they don’t go for the lobster—they go for the rolls and the pie.”

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August 2014
Jordan Bennett
Jordan Bennett
Traditional art with a contemporary twist

by Katie Smith

One young Indigenous Newfoundland artist is helping to preserve his culture and inform others about it through his work. Jordan Bennett is a multi-disciplinary visual artist of Mi’kmaq and French ancestry whose work is comprised of popular and traditional cultural reflections. Through his work he aims to create an atmosphere where traditional m

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August 2014
Listening to Sisters
Listening to Sisters

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

This month I’d like to talk about a couple of things. Number one is a new CD released recently and number two is a bluegrass festival being held later on in August.

First let’s talk about The MacDonald Sisters who have just released a new CD called The Journey. The CD is made up of twelve songs all written by Marie, the first song being written when she was fifteen years o

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August 2014
As Old as PEI

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

The young man’s clear gaze focuses just behind us. His voice is clear, too, as he sings about a farm lost to…what? The vagaries of weather, the banks? In the end, it’s all the same. Behind him, photos—not of a graceful, dilapidated farmhouse, but inside, where the torn sofa and unshuttered windows speak only of disappointment. It is a story as old as PEI. And here, at a play

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August 2014
Chowing Down

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

What I would like, please, is that recipe for a chowder that feeds a thousand people. Because everyone at Village Feast in Souris agrees, it’s the best chowder they’ve ever had. And those mashed potatoes! So light, so redolent of sweet Island butter. In the middle of a hurricane, people came together to make this great food—the beef and the lobster and the shortcake—and they

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August 2014
Island Poetry: Brent MacLaine

currated by Judy Gaudet

What I Grieve Most

Ambling by the August flower beds,
I pause – your grace is what I miss the most –
your deft fingering of that flower’s stem,
whether fern, or rose, or chrysanthemum;

your leaning as you lay them on the paper
by the pantry sink, yellow dahlias
with shocking reds and cornflower blues,
spread

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July 2014
The Golden Hour
The Golden Hour

The Cove Journal
by JoDee Samuelson

There is a time in the evening just before sunset—not every day, but a clear day with a little dust in the sky—when the whole world is briefly bathed in soft yellow-orange light. Photographers call this the “Golden Hour,” and if you’re down at the shore when this happens you feel extremely special. The red capes literally glow, and everything pauses while the sun blesses t

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July 2014
Shake and Howdy
Shake and Howdy

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

This month I want to talk about a couple of Bluegrass festivals happening on the Island in July.

First of all the PEI Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival is happening on July 4, 5 and 6 at the festival grounds in Rollo Bay. This year’s festival features Audie Blaylock and Redline from Indiana, Shannon Slaughter and County Clare from Alabama, and Art Stevenson and High W

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