Painting Protest

By Crystal Murray Last spring when delivering a series of paintings of the fire that engulfed Pictou Lighthouse to the community where it belonged, artist Steven Rhude and his son Sam stopped and took in the view of Abercrombie Point. They drove back to their home in Wolfville and Steven started a painting. He questioned […]

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Santa comes to town

The North Nova – Nova Scotia Jeep Club was well represented at the New Glasgow Fire and Rescue Santa Claus Paradein New Glasgow  on Sunday evening. The parade, originally scheduled for Saturday, was postponed due to road conditions after Friday night’s snowfall. (Jess photo)

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Holiday baking contest

Love to bake treats for the holidays? Cookies, pies, loaves and more? Think your holiday baking stacks up against the best of the best? Want to share your favourite recipes with others? Look no further than here! One of our sister publications, East Coast Living, is running a holiday baking contest and is looking for […]

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Local musician wins prestigious award before returning home for concert

MERIGOMISH  –   Merigomish tenor Marcel d’Entremont is the recent recipient of prestigious award from McGill University. On Nov. 25, the tenor won the 2018-2019 Wirth Vocal Prize at McGill University in front of an enthusiastic audience and a four-person jury. Alongside collaborative pianist Dakota Scott-Digout, from Barrington, NS, d’Entremont’s program included works by Verdi, Duparc, […]

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New Glasgow tree lighting on Friday

The Christmas season is quickly approaching and the Town of New Glasgow has an exciting list of events to celebrate this holiday season. It all starts with the New Glasgow Christmas Tree/Holiday Light Up taking place at Glasgow Square Theatre on Friday  at 6:30 p.m. The evening will feature live entertainment by the Pictou County […]

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