Author: Greg Webster

PEI Burger Love returns

While the start date is different than usual, Island restaurants are very excited to have their grills ready to serve up their best local burger creat...

Summerside architecture

Elements featured on historic Water Street

Culture Summerside has installed a new fifteen panel exhibit on downtown historic Water Street which features architectural elements of the city’s h...

SSWA BioBlitz results are in

The South Shore Watershed Association (SSWA) staff partnered with Cornwall and Area Watershed Group and Trout River Environmental Committee (TREC) sta...

Anne’s manuscript

Digital exhibition set to launch in 2022

For the first time ever, L.M. Montgomery’s famed Anne of Green Gables manuscript will be made widely accessible as the central feature of an upcomin...

A passion for landscapes

Ray Kujundzic’s artwork at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market

Artist Ray Kujundzic loves to craft and paint with oil and acrylic, but he is most passionate about painting landscapes, lighthouses, flowers and Isla...

Two mediums, two continents

Exhibit by sisters Grace Cressman and Ruth M.W. Spicer

Duality: Two sisters, two mediums, two continents, featuring the original work of Grace Cressman and Ruth M. W. Spicer, is a new art exhibition openin...

Making their move

Trailside Music Hall opens new Charlottetown location

After nine successful seasons operating the Trailside Music Café & Inn in Mount Stewart, PE, owners Pat and Meghann Deighan will be relocating th...

Julie Bull

Change-maker

As the one-year anniversary of her return to PEI approaches, Julie Bull has been making things happen. The Inuk performance poet, originally from Labr...

Old farewell

After 24 years, this will be Charlene Belsher’s last year operating The Old General Store in Murray River. Belsher says it has been a rewarding jour...

Earle Lockerby gets award

Historian Earle Lockerby was last year’s recipient of La Petite Nyctale award, presented by the Acadian Museum Association of PEI at its annual meet...

Sequoia music video

Lennie Gallant films video amongst the elders in California

Lennie Gallant has released a new video for his song “Sequoia” from his album Time Travel. “Sequoia” is a celebration of strength and renewal...

A crafty plan

PEI Fox Den helps out local artisans

The PEI Fox Den (The Den) has opened its doors to Islanders and visitors this summer, offering several safe shopping options in its North Bedeque loca...

Still the Water

Susan Rodgers’ feature film premieres at FIN Film Festival

PEI filmmaker Susan Rodgers will celebrate the world premiere of her first feature film, Still the Water, at the FIN Atlantic International Film Festi...

Gbeck Future Film Festival

2020 edition to be held at Brackley Drive-In—Sep 2 & 3

Gbeck Future Film Festival is a large-scale competition of original films created by filmmakers from around the world. The 2020 edition of the Festiva...

Fascinating orchid

There is something very special about orchids, whether they are domestic ones that grow indoors or native species that can thrive in our Maritime clim...

Feelin’ Mighty Proud

One-hour broadcast special to celebrate Anne Shirley

Confederation Centre of the Arts has released a one-hour broadcast special entitled Feelin’ Mighty Proud! This Island-wide celebration weaves highl...

Gallery at The Guild–Two new exhibits

Works from Stephen B. MacInnis and Jared Perry

Gallery at The Guild in Chalottetown will have two new exhibits from Island artists on view this September. The Substitute by Stephen B. MacInnis will...

The fish came back

Smelt return to the Pisquid River

In river systems, nutrients not trapped in vegetation or the animals that are browsing in it, move downstream. Anadromous fish such as American smelt,...

Book Release: A Brush With Life

Steven Mayoff

Steven Mayoff’s first e-book with distributor Smashwords, novella A Brush With Life, explores the creative process with a twist of magic-realism. T...

Book Release: The Biscuit Bible

Types, Tips, Tested Recipes, and Tales

Full of interesting facts, historical information and stories about biscuits, Dolores Griffin’s The Biscuit Bible is everything you ever wanted to k...

Book Release: Kira’s Crossing

Orysia Dawydiak

Orysia Dawydiak’s next book in the Kira series, Kira’s Crossing, will be launched online with Bookmark on September 19 at 1 pm. Five years had pa...

Book Release: Esther of Farringford

Lynne Thiele

Farringford, a landmark in Charlottetown, is one of the best examples of Italianate architecture on PEI. It was built and owned by a woman in mid-to-l...

Book Release: Terra Obscura: Falling Against Gravity

Geoff and Michelle Genge

Authors Geoff and Michelle Genge recently released the second novel in their Terra Obscura Chronicles. Terra Obscura: Falling Against Gravity. Fallin...

Book Release: Medicinal Herbs of Eastern Canada

A Pictorial Manual

Nature’s remedies are all around, if you know what to look for. In Medicinal Herbs of Eastern Canada, author and artist Brenda Jones offers detailed...

Book Release: A Reluctant Search for Spiritual Truths

Adrian McNally Smith

Adrian McNally Smith will launch his new book A Reluctant Search for Spiritual Truths on September 24. When Adrian McNally Smith was writing his fami...

Islanders play New York City

Bonnie LeClair to open Greenwich Village Folk Fest—Sep 6

PEI singer-songwriter Bonnie LeClair has the honour of being the opening act for the Greenwich Village Folk Festival (GVFF) on September 6. “Being ...

Exhibits

Galleries & Museums

Acadian Museum of PEI On view Sep 8–Oct 31 is 100 ans SSTA : Exposition au Musée acadien de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard with vernissage Oct 20 at ...

Charlottetown Film Festival

6th annual event is a go for 2020

The Charlottetown Film Society wasn’t convinced it could honour its core commitment to provide a film festival for Island filmmakers and film buffs ...

Lobster Love

Lobster Barn Pub & Eatery are first year’s winners

PEI is home to some of the tastiest lobster rolls one can find, and the first ever PEI Lobster Love campaign in July confirmed this. Throughout the c...

Lovesick & Broke

Debut single from Arsenal Mills

Rock/blues band Arsenal Mills — featuring Brad Milligan, Griffen Arsenault, Josh MacNeil, and André Uyterlinde — have arrived on the Canadian sce...

Takako

Old Home Week tribute

Gallery exhibition at Details

Details Fine Art Gallery will pay tribute to Old Home Week, the long standing popular event that has been a part of the Island’s heritage for over 1...

Art in the Open 2020

Open-air contemporary art reimagined

As one of many events that contributes to the active cultural ecosystem on the Island, Art in the Open (AITO) has always embraced public art in spacio...

Ebb & Flow

Multimedia stage show at Beaconsfield

All ages are invited to Ebb & Flow: Tides of Settlement on PEI, a heritage recognition show that presents stories about PEI and the ebb and flow o...

Île Saint-Jean

Celebrating a tricentennial, 1720–2020

This year marks the tricentennial of the founding of the French colony of Île Saint-Jean—the 300th anniversary of the arrival of the first French a...

Pounding pavement

Fringe Festival organizers amplify fringe artists—Aug 12–14

Island Fringe Festival organizers shifted their focus to a new production, Pounding the Pavement: Celebrating and amplifying artists from the fringe, ...

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