Planting love

Millefiore (Mille) Clarkes is a documentarian who is drawn to love, nature, and the interconnectedness of all beings. Within the first few moments of our conversation, she said: “I have…

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Helping hands

Anastasia Preston has always been a helper. Our conversation together started by her recalling stories from childhood where she found herself in helping and advocacy roles, both at school and…

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Wild growth

Kate MacQuarrie [photo: Buzz]

Kate MacQuarrie was born and raised in and around Charlottetown and continues to live on the Island. She started her undergraduate degree in physics but quickly switched to biology to…

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Comically inclined

Shawn Hogan (photo: Buzz)

Shawn Hogan was born and raised on PEI, and he spent time living in Calgary and Toronto before moving back to the Island at the start of the pandemic. Among…

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Rise Up

Megan Stewart (photo: Buzz)

Megan Stewart is no stranger to the theatre landscape on Prince Edward Island. Notably, she co-founded the March of the Crows parade in 2011 and the Island Fringe Festival in…

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Coming home

Lucky Fusca [photo: Buzz]

Though Lucky Fusca didn’t grow up on Prince Edward Island, they are coming home to themselves as they connect with and build community on the Island.  One of the first…

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Elizabeth Iwunwa

Elizabeth Iwunwa and I chatted during that 24-hour period in January where we had a snowfall warning, a freezing rain warning, and then a rain warning. We began the conversation…

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Collective artistry

Johanna Nutter [photo: Peter Richards]

Johanna Nutter has been newly appointed as the executive director of the Victoria Playhouse. Listening to her speak about that place and the people who have supported her journey was…

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