Yearly Archives: 2013

The Phantoms Movie gets Emmy Nod

A television movie inspired by the real-life story of triumph in a small New Brunswick town has earned an International Emmy nomination for producers, Rick LeGuerrier and Timothy M. Hogan of Halifax-based, Dream Street Pictures. Their two-hour dramatic film, The Phantoms, premiered last fall on CBC Television. Inspired by the events surrounding the 2009 New… Continue Reading

Hanging On

Hanging On by Jules Keenan The crisp, morning October wind blows against my fragile body. I shiver from the breeze. I can already feel it happening, it will soon be my time, to join my brothers, down below. The wind blows again, more powerful than before. I start to shake, not just from the wind,… Continue Reading

Best of Canadian Jazz at the Capitol

The Capitol Theatre presents Canada’s finest jazz talents, The Mike Murley Septet on Sunday, October 20th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are now on sale at the Capitol Theatre Box Office starting at $23. This performance is part of the 2013-2014 Capitol Theatre season. An engaging, lyrical saxophonist, Nova Scotia native Mike Murley is one of… Continue Reading

Culture Days are Here!

Culture Days are finally here! New Brunswickers are ready to celebrate arts and culture! Celebrations begin today and take place throughout the weekend. Culture Days 2013 is a Canada-wide celebration of arts and culture. Fun for everyone New Brunswickers will have the opportunity to take in collective creations, dance and percussion workshops, behind the scene… Continue Reading

Beaverbrook Art Gallery Announces New Season

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery welcomes the 2013 autumn season with four vibrant exhibitions opening Sunday September 29th at 2 pm. All are welcome to attend. Music by Lone Cloud. Artist talk by Alan Syliboy at 1 pm. The new exhibitions include a fifty-year retrospective survey of the work of world-renowned photographer Freeman Patterson; a new… Continue Reading

Alden Nowlan Festival in Fredericton

Several literary events will happen during the Alden Nowlan Festival in Fredericton, NB from Thursday October 3rd to Tuesday October 8th. The Festival kicks off with a reading by Wayne Johnston on Thursday, October 3rd at 8 pm in Memorial Hall on the UNB Campus. Wayne Johnston’s first book, The Story of Bobby O’Malley, won… Continue Reading

Jessica Rhaye on Tour in Maritimes

Promoting her new album, Far Gone Lullabies (Fontana North) set for release October 1st, New Brunswick folk-pop singer-songwriter Jessica Rhaye will perform throughout the Maritimes from October 17th to the 30th. Upcoming performances: October 17th – in Saint John at Theatre Louis Vermeersch, Symphonic Unisson Centre, Samual de Champlain with Thom Swift, Lina Boudreau and Pascal… Continue Reading

Ballet with a Conscience returns to the Capitol

The Capitol Theatre presents Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada’s Ghosts of Violence on Friday, October 4th at 7:30 pm. This is a chance for the local audience to see this ballet one more time before it starts touring all over Canada this winter. Tickets are now on sale at the Capitol Theatre Box Office starting… Continue Reading

TNB Adds Matinee & Releases More Seats

People have fallen in love with Theatre New Brunswick’s production of The Last Five Years. In response to the huge demand for tickets and a sold-out run, TNB has added a Sunday matinee on September 29th and released additional seats for all performances. TNB’s season kicks off this week with Jason Robert Brown’s intensely personal… Continue Reading

Art in the Valley Studio Tour this Weekend

This weekend plan a leisurely trip along the beautiful Saint John River Valley to visit artists and view their creative treasures during the Fall Studio Tour as part of Culture Days. This is a chance to get a taste of the excellent art and crafts produced in this region by going direct to where the… Continue Reading