A new dad has published a baby book for expecting parents and their kids.
Joshua Keith Lindsay of Kingston, PEI, has written, illustrated and published a baby book that tells parents how big their baby is through each week of their pregnancy. The book is not only a resource during pregnancy but is also an early reading book for children. Joshua says that he hopes parents will read more ››
A Journal of Spiritual Synchronicity and Messages with the Other Side
by Carol Ann Arnim
Carol Ann Arnim will present a reading and sneak peak of her new book at Kensington Public Library August 6 at 2 pm. Tapping on the Wings of Angels: A Journal of Spiritual Synchronicity and Messages with the Other Side will be launched officially at a later date.
The Bastards Club (261 pages) is the second novel completed in 2016 by Island author James (Jim) Kinnee of Belfast and is written in an altogether different genre from the first, A Message From Eden. A third novel, The Woman in the Red Dress, is due for completion in September,
Morgan MacMillan is traumatized as a boy by his father’s death. His mother’s affair with a Wall Street read more ››
A new magazine, which will be published through the summer months and then quarterly, is called Harness Report. Its first issue has hit the streets. Look for if where magazines are sold on PEI. Articles include Nice Guys Finish First, Kenny’s Cowboys, Meet Ron Matheson, Trivia Time, Cheverie Looking Forward, Young Blood, Ian Moore Feature, Spring Training, Just 4 Kids, From The Vault, Breeder read more ››
A musician never truly “leaves” music. They may take a step back from the business of performing, but almost always come back to the art form that is so much a part of them. Such has been the journey for Maxine MacLennan. After being in the music industry since the age of 12, Maxine took a much deserved break to focus on her family. But after teaming up with Treble With Girls in read more ››
P.E.I. funny men Patrick Ledwell and Mark Haines are back for another year of their Island Summer Review at the Harmony House Theatre in Hunter River.
One Thursday night I gathered among the visitors (or ‘come from awayers’ as Ledwells calls them early on in the show) and Islanders to take in the great mix of comedy and music that Ledwell and Haines have put together for read more ››
Noel Coward wrote Blithe Spirit in 1941, at least in part to serve as a distraction from the Second World War. Writing about first night, Coward noted that the audience “had to walk across planks laid over the rubble caused by a recent air raid to see a light comedy about death.”
The play takes place in a parlour that seems straight out of Coward’s era, right down to the read more ››
The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest plays ever written. Granted, academics, critics and audiences have been saying that since its 1945 debut, but it bears repeating. Tennessee Williams’ semi-autobiographical portrait of the disintegrating Wingfield family is just as poetic, funny and poignantly haunting now as it was all those decades read more ››