Poetry In Voice

Montague Regional High School student Berry Genge has been selected as a national finalist to the Poetry In Voice national poetry reciting competition...

And Yet I Blame Hollywood

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Nature PEI’s 50th anniversary

Fifty years ago a casual comment ignited local enthusiasm for nature into an organization, the Natural History Society of Prince Edward Island, now kn...

Canadian Folk Music Awards in Charlottetown in 2020

The 2019 edition of the The Canadian Folk Music Awards (CFMA) will take place the weekend of April 3 to 4, 2020, in Charlottetown, PEI. Responding t...

Art Exhibits

Confederation Centre Art Gallery Opening: In the Balance, curated by Pan Wendt, April 27–September 21. Continuing: Holland College Student Showcase...

Expanding Our Paw Print

The PEI Humane Society (PEIHS) is engaged in a public capital campaign for a $2.9 million renovation to the Sherwood Road facility. With the help of d...

Looking for a new director

Island A Cappella is recruiting its next Chorus Director in preparation for the singing season beginning in September. This performing and competing...

National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month, and the PEI Writers’ Guild (PEIWG), in partnership with the League of Canadian Poets, is presenting a poetry worksho...

PEI Jazz & Blues Fest

The TD PEI Jazz and Blues Festival celebrates its 15th anniversary with a 5 day celebration of music, culture and art, featuring 140 musicians in mult...

PEI nominees for 2019 East Coast Music Awards

Paper Lions Nominated for Album of the Year for At Long Creek II; (producer Colin Buchanan); Group Recording of the Year for At Long Creek II; Pop Re...

ECMA Awards Show

Songwriter Lennie Gallant, Juno Award nominees Vishtèn, and folk singer Dave Gunning will take to the stage as part of the 2019 East Coast Music Awar...

Glendenning portrait unveiled

A portrait of Dr. Donald Glendenning, Holland College’s founding president, was unveiled in the Florence Simmons Performance Hall recently. The port...

First single release for King Ing

Linkletter Music School student King Ing has released his first single, “Someone Find Me,” to all platforms—iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, etc. S...

Winterdine People’s Choice

Claddagh Oyster House’ Chef Mitchell Jackson is the winner of the 2019 Winterdine’s People’s Choice Menu Award. Mitchell received his award fr...

Refresh Project

Artists seeking a reinvigorated project are invited to respond to Wyatt Heritage Properties Inc’s call for submissions to its Refresh project. Refre...

French for the Future

French for the Future has announced the results of its 14th edition of the National Essay Contest. More than 500 students participated from coast to...

Proof of concept

In 2009, hobo country comedy band Boxcar Dan and the Vagabond Strangers hit the skids in Charlottetown and left a mark. To celebrate a decade of dirty...

Prayer to Morning

Spoken word poet Bob Jensen has published his second audio book, Prayer to Morning, a collection of 20 spoken word poems featuring the guitar work of ...

RED number 19 is out

RED number 19 is now available with pieces by many of the magazine’s regular contributors. George Arsenault is onboard with another in his “Shut...

Ocean Country CD release

After a 10 year hiatus from the recording studio Ocean Country is set to release their new CD Ocean Country Revival, an eclectic mix of country, folk,...

Confederation Centre Art Gallery in April

Last Chance to See: Mitchell Wiebe: VampSites, in the Lower West Gallery at Confederation Centre Art Gallery, closes April 21 before going on nationa...

Casebook One: A Knock in the Dark

Five Crow Road, a new publishing company based in eastern PEI, is introducing the world to the Terra Obscura Chronicles, a globe-trotting adventure se...

My Letters to the Editor Book Two

Island author Kathy Birt is about to launch My Letters to the Editor Book Two with more of her letters to The Guardian editorial pages. This is the au...

The Amulet of Fire

Filipina-Canadian author Cindy Lapeña is releasing The Amulet of Fire, the sequel to her first novel, The Lost Amulets, publicly at the first Island ...

Like A Song

Susan Rodgers has released her latest book, Like A Song, the second book in the Dallas White series. Like A Song is, in some ways, the sixteenth book ...

The Philosopher

The PEI wing of PARC (Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre) and Island Studies Press invite you to readings by Island playwrights and the launch of Th...

Return of the Wild Goose

Jane Ledwell will launch her new book Return of the Wild Goose on April 4 at 7 pm in the Beaconsfield Carriage House in Charlottetown. Jane will be jo...

BUZZ guide to ECMA shows

May 1 Canadian Songwriter Challenge Madison Olds (BC), Nuela Charles (AB), Mike Harmel (SK), Sierra Noble (MB), Tessa Gooden (ON), Greyson Gritt (ON)...

Black and White

Black and White: Where can a line take us?, work by LiliAnne Webster, will be displayed at The Guild in Charlottetown from April 17 to 28. It opens wi...

Flotsy

PEI author, Peggy Hogan, would like you to meet Flotsy, the protagonist of her third novel titled Flotsy. Hogan began the story on July 25, 2011, a...

12 Angry Women

12 Angry Women is sort of a courtroom drama, but without the courtroom. It’s what happens after all the theatrics of a week of testimony. But it’s...

Fighting For Forgiveness

Local author Angel Jendrick is set to publish Fighting For Forgiveness, the second novel in her Claiming Kristopher series. Fighting For Forgiveness...

Summer performers

Festival organizers at the Indian River Festival have announced a variety of musical performances this summer, including Maritime and Island artists. ...

Tell Us a Good One

This April, Island comedian Patrick Ledwell will be holding a two-night session called “Tell Us a Good One,” at Harmony House Theatre, Hunter Rive...

Where You Are

Victoria Playhouse will produce Kristen Da Silva’s new play Where You Are as part of its 2019 Festival Season. Canada’s most produced playwright, ...

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