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July 2008
The Human Comedy
The Human Comedy
The legacy of the the late Erica Rutherford

by Libby Oughton

How did a talented and unusual artist born in Scotland, who lived and worked in England, Europe, South Africa and America find Prince Edward Island? Luckily, for all of us and the flourishing of the arts here, Erica Rutherford met Islander Jean Webbe when they were both working in Louisville, Kentucky. “You must go and see my beautiful Island,” J

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February 2008
Tributes to Hilda

Tributes to Hilda


Compiled and edited by Libby Oughton

When I was asked by The Buzz to write about Hilda Woolnough, shortly after her death, I took my many fond memories of Hilda for a walk by the sea. As if written on the infinite horizon, I knew that one person (at least this one person) could never capture the essence, the complexity and vitality of Hilda. So in a conversation with her friend and neigbour Christine

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Some of What's Going On

Celebration Zone

until Sept 7
Confederation Landing August has an all star line-up in store at the Celebration Zone i ...

Printmaker Alison Storey Show

until Sept 7
The Guild Printmaking is her Passion, works by Alison Storey, will be on view at The ...

Popalopalots

Aug 30
The Guild Last summer, Rob MacDonald, Graham Putnam, Dylan Miller, Jordan Cameron, Benton Har ...

Watermark Closing Night

Aug 30, 31 Closing nights have become special parties at the Watermark in North Rustico in recent y ...

70 Mile Yard Sale

Sept 20 &21
Eastern PEI The 70 Mile Yard Sale will be held September 20 and 21 in eastern PEI. T ...

Some of What's New

Open Skies

Trinity Bradshaw Summerside singer-songwriter Trinity Bradshaw has released a new album entitled Op ...

Poco’s Pledge

In response to a growing incident of animal abandonment cases, the PEI Humane Society has launched � ...

Piano at the Bar

Mike Stratton entertains the patrons of Sim’s Wine Bar The longtime tradition of “lounge pianis ...

PEI Seniors College

What’s new for 2014–2015 Seniors College has announce its 2014-2015 program. The complete progr ...

B is for Bubblegum

Written by Julie Affleck
Illustrated by Alexander MacAdam B is for Bubblegum (published by MacAdam V ...