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February 2008
Men of Romanza
Men of Romanza
Trio of tenors to perform Valentine’s Day in Summerside

by Michelle René Sexton

Valentine’s Day is all about passion, music and love. Combining classical opera and traditional ballads, an artistic group of three handsome men will serenade an audience on February 13 at Harbourfront Theatre, Summerside. Philip Grant, Todd Jang, and Frederik Robert created the group Romanza a few years ago after auditioning f

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December 2007
The Mistletoe Affair

The Mistletoe Affair

Feast Dinner Theatre opens new Christmas show

by Michelle René Sexton

Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas this year at Feast Dinner Theatres’ Christmas show. With some shows already sold out, The Mistletoe Affair is said to be the most amusing, most entertaining show to date.

Already at the end of its twenty-ninth year, Feast Dinner Theatres boasts the longest running dinner theatre in the Maritimes. Two

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September 2007
Wind Power
Tall ships visited Summerside harbour this summer

by Michelle René Sexton

Graceful, historic, and ghostly. Looking out on the Northumberland on an early Friday afternoon, I saw a dense fog brought on from heat slightly obscuring the majestic sails of three tall ships gliding towards Summerside harbour. Watching the ships in full sail I felt transported back in time when a sighting like this was common.

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August 2007
Lively Comical Dish
Le Fricot

Review by Michelle René Sexton

Le Fricot anyone? Tucked away in Abrams Village, on a cool summer evening, at the Expo Centre, set on a dark black stage you will find Le Fricot. Does the idea of fricot make your mouth water? Are you hungry? This fricot isn’t the traditional Acadian dish of chicken, onions, potatoes, and carrots. I’m speaking a lively, sometimes comical band made up of six mem

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July 2007
Summerside Glass

Summerside Glass

Paragon Glass creates stained glass and teaches the techniques

by Michelle René Sexton

Stained glass is an elegant art. Gothic Age stained glass was translucent pictures, complex mosaics with bits of colored glass joined with lead into intricate patterns. Medieval craftsmen illustrated an idea with natural or realistic images. The 15th Century became more pictures, less atmosphere, and today stained

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May 2007
The City Destroyed Me
Nathan Wiley talks about his new recording

by Michelle René Sexton

The City Destroyed Me sounds like an apocalyptic movie epic. Instead the title belongs to Nathan Wiley’s new CD. I sat down with Summerside’s superstar at his favourite hangout, Peeks & Perks Café. Chilled from the cold weather outside, Nathan in a flannel grey shirt and jeans warmed me with his smile, his excitement for the new CD,

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April 2007
Canadian Graffiti
Canadian Graffiti
The writing is on the wall at Dan’s Muffler in Summerside

by Michelle René Sexton

The definition of graffiti is an inscription or drawing made on public surfaces without consent. Graffiti has existed since the time of ancient Rome and Greece. It was used as a form of communication, spreading social and political issues, as well as advertising. Nowadays, the term is often seen as negative, and graffiti

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March 2007
Anniversary Year

Summerside theatre complex celebrates ten years in the business

by Michelle René Sexton

Past, present, and future give cause to celebrate as the Harbourfront Theatre honours its ten year anniversary. What better way to do this than reflecting on the past, changing the present, and reaching high for the future. In the past the theatre was used strictly as a rental facility, but that had huge implications

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February 2007
Eye-catching
Eye-catching
Lucie Bernadette Bellemare paintings at the Eptek Centre in Summerside

by Michelle René Sexton

Artist Lucie Bernadette Bellemare. Lucie’s art was displayed in January in the gallery of the Eptek Art & Culture Centre in Summerside in a solo exhibition called Doors, or The Woman from Away.

Upon entering the gallery, a large painting of blues—navy blue, blue, light blue, turquoise, white, and a splash o

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January 2007
We are the Champions
College of Piping Pipe and Drum Band are North American champions

by Michelle René Sexton

While associated principally with Scotland, bagpipes date back to biblical times. “It’s an instrument capable of expressing great sorrow and great celebration,” says Scott MacAulay, director of the College of Piping. In Scotland the pipes were used to terrify their enemies in battle because no one could see a perso

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May 2006
All New, All Good

by Michelle René Sexton

Change is good. When asked what’s changed since moving the location of the Heritage Pub, owner, Denton Gardner simply replied, “everything.” The transformation is also obvious to everyone who’s been from the old pub to the new pub, and feedback is positive. The most expressed comment was, “it’s not in that dungeon anymore.” Everything about the pub has changed; large windows in front, mor

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October 2005
The Plot Thickens
The Plot Thickens
Feast Dinner Theatre

Review by Michelle René Sexton

Food, laughter, music are rolled into one hilarious routine, played by a small group of young, talented actors. This is what to expect during an evening at Feast Dinner Theatre at the Brothers Two Restaurant in Summerside. My first dinner theatre was Summerside Night Live, which was a cast made entirely of rookies. “With respect to the new cast, I

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Quilt Reflections Past and Present

Oct 17–19
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Gwynne Dyer

Canadian journalist and author to speak Sept 22
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Jimmy Rankin Opens LIVE @ The Centre Season

October 11
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Out of This World

Chris Hadfield lecture coming to Confederation Centre A keynote address, Out of This World with Col ...

Some of What's New

Anna’s Secret / Shades of Molly

Margaret A. Westlie Margaret A. Westlie of Meadowbank, author of Mattie’s Story, announces the re ...

Kuperman to Shoot

Feature length comedy goes into production on PEI Kuperman, a full-length indie comedy movie, goes ...

B is for Bubblegum

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

NewSong Contest

New York’s Queen Esther and Canada’s Dennis Ellsworth are selected as the first two of twelve fi ...

A Song for Josh Wins Best Design

Cover design for Susan Rodgers book wins RONE Award The InD’tale Magazine sponsored RONE Award (R ...