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April 2011
Kinda Kultural
Buzzin' Around

by Lindsay Kyte

This month about town I went kind of cultural. After a few months of covering alternative-music related events, I was ready to become "classical-adelic." But, I also went for some goofy laughs (more about that later).

I attended the Atlantic Debut recital at the Steel Building at UPEI on Saturday, March 17. The crowd was small-mostly music majors there because they had

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July 2008
Island Premiere of Comedy
Island Premiere of Comedy

Toronto Adventures
by Lindsay Kyte

The comedy Toronto Adventures makes its PEI premiere at the Victoria Playhouse July 18 to August 3. Toronto Adventures is written by Lindsay Kyte, based on her real life adventures as a Maritime actress battling the smog and subways of the Big Smoke.

What if you moved to a place where you no longer spoke the language, knew how to walk and couldn’t even order a coffee? W

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February 2008
Settled in the City

Toronto Calling

by Lindsay Kyte

In Toronto, some people are smiling. Some people are holding doors for each other. And some people describe winter streets as “slippy.” Some people in Toronto are Islanders and are making their way to the top, one open door at a time.

Renae Perry moved to Toronto in 2006 to study Special FX and Beauty make-up. “I’ve met lots of wonderful, creative, cool people. I love tha

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January 2008
Coming Home

Toronto Calling

by Lindsay Kyte

Toronto can seem like a land of abundant opportunity for young Island artists. However, after moving to the Big Smoke with a fistful of dreams and finding themselves with empty pockets and broken hearts, some Islanders have realized there’s no place like home.

Savannah Belsher and Todd MacLean moved back to PEI three years ago. They say although Toronto had good points,

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October 2006
Here and There

Here and There

Toronto Living

by Lindsay Kyte

In New Brunswick we stopped, stretched and tried to comprehend that we were crossing a bridge not only back to an island that sometimes makes us sigh with longing but also back to a time when anything was possible.

Lisa Carmody, Josh Weale and I drank Starbucks as we drove out of Toronto, now home to our coffee cup collections, bound for PEI’s beaches and breathtaking s

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June 2006
I Did It
Reports from the “I Can Do It Conference”

by Lindsay Kyte

The “I Can Do It” conference held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre April 21­23 was set to inspire, help you believe in yourself and other slogans you find on refrigerator magnets at the Dollarama. It featured such self-help heavyweights as Dr. Wayne Dyer, psychic Sylvia Brown and Dr. Masaru Emoto (the guy who pastes words on jars of water to s

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April 2006
Leading with Both Feet
Leading with Both Feet
Mike Ross earns a place in the Soulpepper Theatre Academy

by Lindsay Kyte

Mike Ross sipped his Starbucks coffee like a real Torontonian. He was fooling everyone but himself. A look of worry suddenly crossed his face. “Oh God. I hope I don’t melt from the humidity here this summer,” he exclaimed, with a characteristic messing of his hair.

Ross, former Jive Kings’ front man and Charlottetown Festival r

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March 2006
Not Far From Home
Not Far From Home
Martha MacIsaac performs with Soulpepper Theatre in Toronto

by Lindsay Kyte

Martha MacIsaac just can’t seem to get away from “Emilys.” Now 21 years old and no longer living in New Moon’s backdrop of Prince Edward Island, MacIsaac has this year taken the leap from screen to stage. She is currently playing “Emily” in Soulpepper Theatre’s production of Our Town in Toronto, and says growing up in PEI helped her un

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November 2005
Mingling with the Movie Stars

Mingling with the Movie Stars

Toronto Film Festival

by Lyndsay Kyte

TIFF: the nickname of 40 percent of grade five girls and the acronym of the biggest film festival in North America. The Toronto International Film Festival took place September 8­17, 2005 at various venues across Toronto. It was a chance to take in some of the 335 films from 52 countries, wait in line-ups longer than those in the airport at Christmas and to see

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September 2005
Hot Stuff
NXNE Music and Film Festival

by Lindsay Kyte

North by Northeast Music and Film Festival 2005, held in venues across Toronto June 7­12, began with self-important “volun-sneers” begrudgingly handing out media kits in bags that smelled like a new plastic pencil case from Bi-Way. Luckily, their “I’m in a purple shirt and who are you?” attitudes were no indication of what was to be a joyous, laidback celebration of Canadia

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April 2005
More Than Mere Music
More Than Mere Music
A first-hand report from Canada Music Week 2005 in Toronto

by Lindsay Kyte

Everyone at Canada Music Week 2005 (CMW) had the same shaggy ’70s style hairdo. The difference was the execs paid Sting’s hairdresser big bucks for it, and the musicians got it by choosing electricity over Magic Cuts.

CMW took place March 2 to 5 in venues all over Toronto. It involved celebrity talks (Mathew Knowles—father

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March 2005
The Rudes Disband

by Lindsay Kyte

The Rude Mechanicals will be dressing up in plastic vegetables no more. “We broke up on January 6,” says Dennis Ellsworth, lead singer of the PEI band. “I guess you could say the reason was ‘creative differences.’ I was writing a lot of my own songs and we had only come up with one song as a band in quite a while. It was getting hard to work on new material in the rehearsal space as it seemed

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