Art for food

Details Fine Art Gallery's annual fundraiser for the Charlottetown Food Bank is underway. Artist Richard Vickerson has donated his framed 8 x 10 ac...

Shelagh Lindley

Craft building

Shelagh Lindley moved to PEI as a builder but soon fell in love with rug-hooking and set up Plum Tree Studio in Rustico. “Plum Tree Studio started t...

Symons Medalist

In November 2019 at Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown, Canadian Senator, the Honourable Murray Sinclair received the 2019 Symons Medal...

Review: PEI Symphony Orchestra

Space & The Rocket

On November 24th, the PEI Symphony Orchestra presented the second concert of their 52nd season, “Space & The Rocket,” under the direction of...

Charlottetown Festival cast selections

Revealing players for 2020 season

Artistic Director Adam Brazier has revealed select casting for The 2020 Charlottetown Festival, including the leads for Anne of Green Gables—The Mus...

Gracie returns

Gracie Finley in The Trip to Bountiful and The Mousetrap at Watermark Theatre

Watermark Theatre’s Artistic Director Robert Tsonos and General Manager Andrea Surich have announced the 2020 Summer Season, featuring PEI’s Graci...

Picturing a City: Cadets

The City of Charlottetown invites the public to explore the history of the Cadet programme in the latest exhibit, Picturing A City: Cadets. A partners...

Executive Director for L’nuey

On behalf of the Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nation Councils, Chief Darlene Bernard and Chief Junior Gould recently announced the appointment of ...

Free (I Remember)

from Subtle Motions by Nikkie Gallant

Summerside resident Nikkie Gallant has been quietly working on a new musical project and says she’s ready to share some of it now. As a singer-songw...

Shadow

Aron Scott Earthquake

Aron Scott Earthquake have released a new single entitled “Shadow.” The track was released independently through CD Baby and can be found on youtu...

Little Reasons

Brandon Howard Roy

Brandon Howard Roy, a singer-songwriter based in Charlottetown, has spent years as an actor on stages around the country but is now back on PEI and ab...

The Benefits Of Being Alone

from Bravado by Rose Cousins

JUNO Award winning songwriter Rose Cousins’ newest offering, Bravado, explores the complication of emotion, its irrational tendencies and its wisdom...

In Full Bloom

Sorrey

Sorrey recently released its debut full-length, In Full Bloom. It was heralded by CBC Music as a cohesively stunning dream pop album” in their Fall ...

Red Mittens Green Socks

Kathy Birt

Kathy Birt will launch her new Children’s Christmas Book Set, Red Mittens Green Socks, December 7 at 2 pm at the Confederation Centre Library, Charl...

Wayne Gray, A Man of Vision

Gary MacDougall

Retromedia Publishing has released the book Wayne Gray, A Man of Vision written by bestselling author Gary MacDougall. This is a true success story ...

Understanding The Impact Of The Addicted Person

A Layperson’s 1st Step Guide to Recovery Through The Eggshell Perspective

Everyone is invited to attend the launch of Jim Good’s new book, Understanding the Impact of the Addicted Person: A Layperson’s 1st Step Guide to ...

Mammals of Prince Edward Island and Adjacent Marine Waters

Rosemary Curley, Pierre-Yves Daoust, Donald F. McAlpine, Kimberly Riehl, J. Dan McAskill

Rosemary Curley will launch the new book Mammals of Prince Edward Island and Adjacent Marine Waters on December 3 from 7:30 to 9 pm at the Beaconsfiel...

The Spectre of Stanhope Lane

James W. Macnutt

James W. Macnutt has published his latest book, a novel entitled The Spectre of Stanhope Lane. Every summer Frank Longworth, a pragmatic and matter-...

An Island of Lighthouses

John Morris

Local photographer John Morris has released his newest book titled, An Island of Lighthouses. The book features a brief history on each lighthouse of ...

Gregor Samsa Was Never in The Beatles

J. J. Steinfeld

Fiction writer, poet, and playwright J. J. Steinfeld’s latest book, Gregor Samsa Was Never in The Beatles, has been recently published by Ekstasis E...

Canadian Folk nominees

The Canadian Folk Music Awards announced its 105 nominees recently. The 15th edition of the CFMAs will take place April 3–4, 2020, in Charlottetown,...

Native Council of PEI elects Lisa Cooper

At its 45th Annual General Assembly in Summerside recently, the Native Council of Prince Edward Island’s delegation re-elected its President & C...

Lxvndr

The Chelsey Moisan effect

Chelsey Moisan, otherwise known by her stage name Lxvndr, has been making waves in the PEI rap scene with her spit-fire lyrics, stage presence (The Lx...

Art For Animals

Heather Millar hosts annual fundraising draw

The 8th annual Art For Animals Fundraiser will be hosted by ColourBlind and Heather Millar. This is an effort to raise funds and awareness for the PEI...

New Executive Director for Indian River Festival

Kate Gracey-Stewart appointed

The Indian River Festival Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Kate Gracey-Stewart as their new Executive Director. Kate assumed the ro...

Pelikan Hub

The first Charlottetown Pelikan Hub hosted by Hub Master Dan MacDonald (Bookmark) took place recently in the Private Cellar at Sim’s restaurant. Sin...

They will come

Robert MacMillan to open new professional pottery facility

Since coming to PEI from Calgary in 2010, Robert MacMillan has been selling his ceramic creations in gift shops on the Island and at numerous well-est...

Music for life

Roy MacCaull is still writing love songs

I wish The Buzz was like one of those musical greeting cards. You could open this page and hear the strong voice and guitar pickings of Roy MacCaull. ...

Holiday shopping

The holiday season is upon us, so I wanted to talk about my holiday favourites and some of the best places to get supplies. Holiday entertaining is ...

Bygone days

A reminiscence by Lillian MacCannell of Canoe Cove, Prince Edward Island: Like many Islanders of a certain age, my early education took place in a on...

‘Twas the month

‘Twas the month before Christmas in fair Charlottetown, And folx were just itching for a chance to “get down”; Christmas parties been planned,...

A helping ham

Santa’s Angels Island-wide Christmas campaign

Since 2004, Santa’s Angels have visited hundreds of homes across the Charlottetown area on Christmas morning to help those who cannot provide gifts ...

IN OUR LIFETIME

Bren Simmers

Tomatoes too thirsty, priced out of reach along with almonds, peaches. We’re running out of cheap oil—like the ivory-billed woodpecker last sp...

A special legacy

Islanders should be feeling grateful for the recent donation of 100 acres of woodland to the Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead in Orwell. The descendants ...

About Brian Burke

Book launch and screening of documentary

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG) will be hosting two events this month to celebrate its current retrospective exhibition on prolific PEI pa...

It’s the holidays

Family-friendly shows in December in Summerside

Harbourfront Theatre’s December line-up features shows for all ages. At the start of the month, Fandango Musical Players present Stephen Sondheim...

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