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Costume contest

The cast and crew of Pictou County Pop Classics are looking forward to bringing their musical tribute to the 1960s to the deCoste Performing...

Artist makes broad strokes

It’s a far cry from the crayons and colouring books of her youth, but today Nancy MacDonald’s colouring has broader appeal. MacDonald, originally from Trenton,...
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Drag queen has costumes for show all sewn up

To say Tyson Thompson is a clothes horse would be an understatement. He has a large closet jam-packed with fashionable clothes he wears to work...

Plenty in store for pre-Canada Day

NEW GLASGOW - Things are heating up in anticipation of the Canada 150 celebrations on July 1 this year. The Town of New Glasgow is...

Gardeners gather

Mary Keeping was among members of the Pictor Garden Club who were busy planting, digging and generally preparing the flower and shrub bed immediately...

The Four Men singing at Tatamagouche United church on Saturday

Toronto-based quartet The Four Men are coming to Sharon United Church, Tatamagouche, to present a unique concert of music arranged for male voices. The Four...

Westville hitting the hip-hop map

The past week has been a dream come true for Andrew Johnson of Westville — or Westvilladelphia, as he’s been calling it lately. Johnson is...

Countdown to Lobster Carnival

PICTOU — A few changes are in store for this year’s Lobster Carnival and organizers are excited about them. Committee chair Shawn McNamara said, “There...

Pictou Landing First Nations celebrates

Rain did not dampen the enthusiasm for the 26th annual Pictou Landing Mawiomi. The event continued on with the celebration of the First Nations culture...

One square at a time

Counting out to 10, Trish Rubin then takes hand knit or crochet squares and ties them together with wool yarn. The squares are headed to...