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Premiere Toastmasters Club

Gain confidence and learn new skills such as impromptu speaking, communication, and leadership skill [ ... ]

Aquatic animal health

Organizers of the 8th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health (ISAAH 2018), have opened the [ ... ]

Dvořák 8 and More

PEI Symphony Orchestra

Review by Ivy Wigmore

On March 4, the PEI Symphony Orchestra presented "Dvořák 8 and More" under the direction of guest conductor Dinuk Wijeratne. I love watching how conductors interact with the orchestra and Wijeratne is particularly fun. Described by the New York Times as "exuberantly creative," the multi-talented composer / performer / conductor was physically almost

In the dialogue

In the dialogue
Profile: Monica Lacey

by Jane Ledwell

For the Art in the Open festival one year, Monica Lacey created an installation conjuring an abandoned house in the woods. “Drunk teenagers stumbled into it,” she recalls. “I don’t even know if they knew it was part of the festival—but they started to have a house party…The suspension of disbelief they had was so magic.” Eventually, she had to kick them out to

Revolving doors

Revolving doors
Empty space re-opens with two new restaurants

I’m Dining Out Here
by Andrew Sprague

Few storefronts in Charlottetown have seen as many incarnations as 177 Great George Street (formerly 77 University Avenue). 

Some remember it best as an Indian buffet called Royal Tandoor or a Chinese place called Silver Streams. Others may have rocked out for a night at the Alibi Lounge. Others still may have

Touring Australia

Touring Australia
Connecting Prince Edward Island to the land down under

by Teresa Doyle

There’s a reason why Island musicians love Australia. In fact a few good reasons, the first being The Woodford Folk Festival. Paper Lions, Ward MacDonald, Richard Wood and Gordon Belsher, Irish Mythen, and other Islanders have played there. 

This year my son Patrick Bunston and I were invited and The East Pointers were

Bon courage

Bon courage
The Cove Journal

by JoDee Samuelson

February’s slush is giving way to March’s … slush? I recently heard an elderly lady remark that “This winter has been very unsatisfactory.” We have certainly experienced water in a variety of liquid and solid states. At present our garden is under water, but the ground is frozen so it’s possible that the garlic will survive.

The forest has also taken a beating.

A gift of Island poetry: Brent MacLaine

Curated by Deirdre Kessler

Every one will bloom.

Those that fade will do so painlessly.
They will go gently into memory
and be icons for confused lovers in a future time.
Regret will be a strange devastation
in a foreign land.

Those that endure will be exemplary,
their brilliance undoing any hint of shadow.
Hymns and poetry will be unnecessary.

And finally,
mistakes, miscues, untimely words,

100-day Field Trip

100-day Field Trip
Terrence Taylor builds online community via video content

The New Creative
by Cassandra Bernard

Imagine being able to exchange video content for travel resources? Well, that is exactly what Terrence Taylor Media (TTM) has set out to do through a 100-day field trip around the world.

Terrence Taylor, founder of TTM, says young content creators living and working in Atlantic Canada should travel to

Joshua Arran and the Noisy Crows

Joshua Arran and the Noisy Crows
Talking Bands

by Evan James Ceretti

Joshua Arran and the Noisy Crows are Joshua Arran (guitar, lead vocals), Ian Gill (drums), and Curtis MacDonald (bass, vocals). Arran had been in Hull, England writing and performing songs as a solo artist until his return to PEI in August, 2017. He booked a show at Baba’s from England, and messaged his friends Gill and MacDonald, “ya’ll up for a two-week

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Some Upcoming Events

Baba's Art Wall: Natalie Toombs

April 3 (opening)
Baba's Lounge Natalie Toombs will launch Lustful meets Charlottetown on  [ ... ]

Self Love Saturday

April 28
Charlottetown Murphy Hospitality Group is partnering with the Canadian Mental Health Associ [ ... ]

If It’s Alright returns

Catherine MacLellan show booked for another summer Mondays | Tuesdays | Wednesdays
PEI Brewing Compa [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Islanders nominated for 2018 JUNO Awards

Several artists from Prince Edward Island have received 2018 JUNO Award nominations. The East Point [ ... ]

Ten Strings And A Goat Skin in Charlotte...

Indian River Festival presents Ten Strings And A Goat Skin, the award winning bilingual folk/fu [ ... ]

The Guild Presents: The PEI Pay-What-You...

The second annual The Guild Presents: The PEI Pay-What-You-Can Theatre Festival (PPTF)will offe [ ... ]