Landmark Aboriginal film screening at Glasgow Square

It may not be the conventional block buster or action-packed movie that crowds flock to in theatres, but Neither Wolf Nor Dog promises to deliver the emotion and story of a movie you won’t forget. The star of the film, David Bald Eagle, argued as possibly one of the most interesting men in the world...

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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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Chef tour helps salute local food production

NEW GLASGOW — A rare opportunity to showcase local food took place recently and featured a film crew that documented a chefs’ tour of local producers. Alain Bosse, the Braeshore resident known as the Kilted Chef and for his promotion of local food, was joined by Isaac Toups, a chef from New Orleans, La. and...

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Sale Along The River this Sunday

Creative Pictou County is hosting Sale Along The River: An Artisan Fair, again this year. The event will be located at Rotary Park, New Glasgow, on Sunday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.  There will be more than 25 vendors, food trucks and live demonstrations.  If you wish to be a vendor or...

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2nd Desmond concert coming up at Glasgow Square

NEW GLASGOW – The African Nova Scotian Music Association (ANSMA) has partnered with the Town of New Glasgow for the 2nd Annual Viola Desmond Heritage Concert. The event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Glasgow Square Theatre, beginning at 6 p.m. “We couldn’t be happier that this has become an annual event...

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Active living sessions for community groups

NEW GLASGOW – People are getting an opportunity to get acquainted with New Glasgow’s new program to encourage physical fitness and activity. The town recently hired Veronica Deno to become its active living co-ordinator through the province’s Municipal Physical Activity Leadership program to conduct various sessions on active living. Deno earned a kinesiology degree from...

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Relay for Life growing

More than $61,000 was raised at the Pictou County Relay for Life over the weekend. Twenty-seven teams signed up for the relay this year, an increase over last, with Jeana’s Girls named the top fundraising team of the event with $17,785. The team received the Marilyn DeCoste award, a newly named award in honour of...

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Mentoring matters

NEW GLASGOW — Town of New Glasgow officials have partnered with educators, with input from Pictou County Big Brothers Big Sisters, on a novel life-long learning project to mesh retired men and women with young people’s aptitudes. More than a dozen people met at Glasgow Square on March 2 to continue the initiative called Trained...

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Hillsburn bringing new album to Glasgow Square stage

Hillsburn has spent the last few years figuring out their sound, and with their latest album The Wilder Beyond, singer Rosanna Burrill believes they’ve found it. Released earlier this month, the Nova Scotian indie rock band brings the album, produced and recorded by the band in singer and songwriter Paul Aarntzen’s apartment, to Glasgow Square...

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Time to ‘win with Tim’

Sunday was a big day for Tim Houston, Pictou East MLA, as he officially announced his candidacy for the Progressive Conservative Party leadership of Nova Scotia. The lyrics, “Put me in coach” from the song Centerfield played as Houston and his family made their way on stage to an at-capacity crowd at Glasgow Square to...

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