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Free Embroidery Workshops

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Bedeque Area Historical Society AGM

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Shedding the Shadows

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1864 Arts Camp

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June 2014
Refined Rural Cuisine
Refined Rural Cuisine
Gordon Bailey of Lot 30

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Gordon Bailey isn’t just a chef and he isn’t just a business owner, he’s both and is proudly amping up his culinary expertise this summer. Owner and executive chef at Lot 30 in Charlottetown, Gordon has an extensive history of high profile positions in kitchens around Canada and Europe.

Originally from Winnipeg, Gordon got his start in the kitchen

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June 2014
Coyote
Coyote

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Charlottetown band, Coyote, are no strangers to the pages of The Buzz. With proven dedication, Coyote has forged a reputation for high-energy, high-movement rock shows and continue to spread the fever across eastern Canada.

Things are really picking up for the progressive pop-rock band, and early this summer they’ll be releasing the much anticipated follow-up of their d

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May 2014
Poster Boys
Poster Boys

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Often times, when one thinks of an exciting concert or a high-energy musical performance, they think of a three to five piece rock band, bright lights, and thundering volumes.

Charlottetown’s Poster Boys are changing that. The Poster Boys are 27-year-old Chris Moore and 21-year-old Chris Barrett. A high-energy acoustic duo, they are becoming regular fixtures at venues a

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May 2014
Organic Practice
Organic Practice
Rob Arthur squeezes out a living at The Juice Box

The Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Organic farming practices have become a common theme among Island chefs in recent years. More now than ever, head chefs are looking for local organic suppliers to fill their menus and none more than executive chef Rob Arthur at the Juice Box in Montague.

For over 40 years, Rob has been building his recipes around his

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April 2014
A Place of My Own
A Place of My Own
John Pritchard is at the helm of Terre Rouge Bistro Marché

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Many people seek a profession that will allow them to travel to new places and try new things. Few make such allowances. Such is a benefit of life in a kitchen. For chef and now owner of Terre Rouge in Charlottetown, John Pritchard, it never really mattered where the kitchen was.

With nothing more than natural

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April 2014
Pipe Dreams
Pipe Dreams

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

They may not have made it to the glittering stages of the ECMAs this year, but the Charlottetown band, Pipe Dreams aren’t disappointed. These young musicians have discovered they key to success by paying close attention to the dreams of those before them.

There’s a common theme among award winners, among those celebrated this month. It’s the pursuit of a dream, a trail bla

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March 2014
Bringing It On Home
Bringing It On Home
Chef Kyle Panton brings his vision to Sim’s Corner

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Born and raised in the Island community of Belfast, executive chef at Sims Corner Steakhouse and Oysterbar, 26-year-old Kyle Panton has big plans for the restaurant, his future, and the Island food industry.

Kyle started cooking at 15, when his mother opened Christine’s Country Cupboard near Belfast. “It was straight into the

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March 2014
Bannokburn
Bannokburn

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Formed by three brothers who love to play music, Banokkburn is an Island band from Charlottetown that is amping up its sound and performance this spring.

In their mid-twenties, Banokkburn is Darcy Cudmore,23, Cody Cudmore, 20, JD Geldert 24, Ian Murray, 22, and Dan Cudmore, 27, on Bass.

The band formed just over a year ago when Dan was living on the Bannockburn Road.

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February 2014
A Bright Idea
A Bright Idea
Chef James Oja fills the Orange Lunch Box

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Many chefs will tell you it’s their dream to one day own their own restaurant, even more will tell you how difficult it can be. For chef James Oja, the journey’s been one of highs and lows, but at the end of the day he’s accomplished what so many other have dreamed of.

Shortly after graduating from the Culinary Institute in 2010,

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February 2014
Colour Code
Colour Code

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

No strangers to the pages of The Buzz, the Island alternative pop group, Colour Code is back to provide a little more insight into who they are and what they’re all about.

Together since 2011, Colour Code is a young five-piece band from Charlottetown who combine orchestral textures with light, indie-pop sentiments.

This year, Colour Code was nominated for three PEI Music

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January 2014
A Lifelong Pursuit
A Lifelong Pursuit
Executive Chef Dominic Serio, The Brickhouse

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

One of the Island’s best young chefs has recently become executive chef at the Brickhouse. With him comes a revamped menu and a list of credentials and accomplishments a mile long. As national vice president of the Canadian Culinary Federation, Dominic Serio is the youngest chef to ever hold a position on the board.

Only 31-years-old,

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January 2014
Vanquisher
Vanquisher

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Tucked away in the darkest corners of the Island’s music scene is a band who have latched onto the essence of metal and the dark side of rock. They’re inspired and hellbent on taking PEI's metal scene to the next level.

Known as Vanquisher, the five piece bay-area thrash metal band features vocalist Chalen MacPhail, Ross Ellis and Anthony Gautier on guitar, Walker MacDonald

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