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Bluefield Christmas Craft Fair

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December 2013
Author of the Drifters
Author of the Drifters
Filmmaker Susan Rodgers publishes fiction series

Summerside Scene
by Peggy Miles

People may know Susan Rodgers as Summerside’s local filmmaker, but she is fast gaining recognition as an accomplished writer of women’s fiction as the author of the Drifters e-book series. Her need to write came to the forefront two years ago when she sat down to put long time thoughts into story form. She drafted 10,000 wor

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November 2013
Meet a Maker
Meet a Maker
Sarah (Benny) O’Brien can’t help creating

by Peggy Miles

I believe strongly that art is everywhere…everyone should be open to the beautiful things in life.”

If you’ve had the pleasure of interacting with Sarah O’Brien (perhaps at a craft fair, the farmer’s market or on Facebook) she has a way of making you feel as though you are a gleeful spectator of the ongoing street festival whirling around this peppy

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October 2013
The Birch Hill Alpacas
The Birch Hill Alpacas

by Peggy Miles

Let me tell you about a neat spot in Birch Hill where you can pack a lunch and visit alpacas. A member of the camel family, the alpaca has a similar look to a llama, but is roughly half the size. While llamas were bred as pack animals, alpacas have been bred for thousands of years for their luxury fibre.

Janet Ogilvie is the face of Green Gable Alpacas, a well-kept property on a century

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September 2013
Follow Your Bliss
Follow Your Bliss
Jennifer Brown’s new book is about a theatre cat

by Peggy Miles

I have an aversion to cats. But one special feline has won me over and her name is Tallulah. She’s a fictitious tabby that serves as the main character in the children’s book by Jennifer Brown entitled Tallulah the Theatre Cat. Well, she’s not exactly a made up kitty and as Brown explains, “you sometimes need to give reality a tweak.”

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August 2013
High Energy Harmony
Forever Plaid

Review by Peggy Miles

A blend of harmonies echo from the stage of the Harbourfront Theatre this summer.

The Summerside venue is developing a knack for staging pared down productions packed with high performance value. A handful of dynamic performers replace the need for a large acting troupe or elaborate set changes. The fact that Catherine O’Brien has come on as the theatre’s Artistic Dir

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August 2013
Sharp and Sweet
Anne of Green Gables—The Musical

Review by Peggy Miles

It’s a truly Canadian cast for this season’s production of Anne of Green Gables—The Musical, with performers hailing from a multitude of hometowns across the country: Vancouver to Middle Cove, Newfoundland, and Quispamsis to Killarney, Manitoba.

At Charlottetown’s historic Confederation Centre on opening night, with the Premier sitting in the s

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July 2013
The Juice of the Berry
The Juice of the Berry
A visit to PEI Juice Works in Alberton

by Peggy Miles

I found my thrill, on Blueberry Hill…” I couldn’t help humming as I drove into the Bloomfield Industrial Park near Alberton. I was stopping in to visit the folks at PEI Juice Works. They make 100% pure wild blueberry juice products, made without any added water, sugar or preservatives; one pound of wild blueberries is used to produce every 375 ml bo

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June 2013
Fostering Growth
Fostering Growth
by Peggy Miles

Summerside Scene

As the Buzz reporter for Prince County, I cover happenings in my hometown of Summerside and the western region. A few years ago during a time when I was making some changes in my professional life, writing for The Buzz seemed like a good way to exercise my creative side.

I knew ‘Buzz man’ Peter Richards through advertising I’d booked for work projects. One day Peter dropp

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June 2013
She Loves to Stitch
She Loves to Stitch
Arlene MacAusland of Twisted Knickers and her penny rugs

by Peggy Miles

I have an inner need for material.” says crafter Arlene MacAusland. She has a hankering for buying, cutting and transforming different types of fabric into something beautiful. “I love all kinds of materials…cotton, acrylic, yarn, wool.”

Arlene is the crafter behind Twisted Knickers and works from her home studio in Darnley making

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May 2013
Community Celebration
Community Celebration
Public invited to Heather Moyse Heritage Park

Summerside Scene
by Peggy Miles

The Summerside Safety and Crime Prevention Committee is a volunteer group of citizens and safety advocates who take a lead role in making the small city a safer place. Supported by the City of Summerside, the group helps to develop long-term solutions towards crime prevention.

Issues such as property damage or youth-at-risk

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April 2013
Planet Summerside
Planet Summerside

Summerside Scene
by Peggy Miles

Over the last few months, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield’s adventures in space have touched individual communities around the world. This stream of photos has allowed us to see the Earth from his unique perspective and reframe the way we think about our planet.

These awe inspiring images give me the desire to protect this planet so beautifully mirrored back from space.

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March 2013
Canadian Seniors
Canadian Seniors
National curling tournament will rock Summerside

Summerside Scene
by Peggy Miles

The last time the Canadian Seniors Curling Championship was hosted in Summerside, Colleen Pinkney’s third stone broke the zipper on her Nova Scotia team jacket in the middle of a game. She asked a volunteer if there was a place in town where she could take it for a fix. “Leave it with me,” said the volunteer who rushed out t

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Blue Whale Campaign

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Edge of Tomorrow

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Art Warrior

PEI’s Art Battle winner Jeff Kelly heads to Toronto to compete The series of Art Battles held thi ...

B is for Bubblegum

Written by Julie Affleck
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Military Maneuvers

Lt.-Col Dennis O’Hanley takes on a big task in the Pacific You can say Charlottetown-native Lt.-C ...

The Meds Opened The Jubilee

Charlottetown band The Meds (Kyle Drake, Iain McCarvill, George Maros and Bruce Rooney) recently ope ...

Morgan’s Boat Ride

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