Restoration ongoing

David Elliott has been working on restoring the top floor of the former post office on Water Street in Pictou as well as having the roof redone. The goal for his latest visit from England is to have the top floor inside the structure stripped and ready to restore with flooring and more on the...

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Mullinger taking laughs to Glasgow Square stage

James Mullinger immediately asked to return to Glasgow Square after his well-received show last year and he will do so on Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. The second stop on his “Almost Canadian Tour,” Mullinger is not only a comedian but also a father, editor, cover model in England and inspiration for the full length...

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Crowd gathers for annual Battle of Britain ceremony

The Battle of Britain was remembered in Stellarton Sunday with a service held at the cenotaph on the 78th anniversary. Major David S. McIntyre, who retired after nearly 40 years of military service in 2012, spoke about the importance of the battle, noting it was the first that took place almost exclusively in the air....

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Works of art

Coloured shapes move quickly across the worn, hardwood floors as they dance in the bright, dappled sunlight spilling in through the windows. They bob and weave, moving in both straight lines and circles as the sun filters through the leaves of the giant old trees swaying in the breeze outdoors and projecting light and shadows...

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