Monthly Archives: February 2004

Courthouse Fate Not Sealed

Courthouse Fate Not Sealed By Kellie Underhill On the corner of Prince William Street and the King George Highway stands the old stone building where Miramichi justice was once dispensed. The rooms and halls echo empty silence now, and nobody knows how much longer that may be the case. “Anything’s possible at this point,” Bob Ross… Continue Reading

Still a Work of Art

Still a Work of Art by Kellie Underhill Last March, we profiled the artwork of Cathleen Richards-Green. I wanted to know if she had created anything new and a quick visit to The Green Gallery confirmed she had been busy. I popped an email off to Cathleen to see how she was doing and this… Continue Reading

Checking In with Mark McGloin

Checking In with Mark McGloin By Kellie Underhill Last May we profiled the work of local artist, Mark McGloin. When I contacted him to see if he any new artwork to share with the Bread ‘n Molasses readers, Mark thanked me for writing the article. He said he had a few orders for portraits of… Continue Reading

A Change of Heart

A Change of Heart by Marie Foley I packed my partly torn recycled brown paper bag carefully making sure I had enough clothes for a weekend visit. All the while, my mind was contemplating the fun I would have with my two aunts who were both around my own age. I imagined the wonderful attractions… Continue Reading

Oooh baby, it’s cold outside!

Oooh baby, it’s cold outside! by Andrea Rennick It’s awful cold out there lately. At least I think it is, as I actually haven’t set foot outside since last Thursday. Sure, it looks pretty, all nice and sunny and blue sky, but that’s just a ruse ol’ Jack Frost has used to lure me with… Continue Reading