Monthly Archives: January 2012

Doctor Makes Donation to Frye Festival

Dr. Paul Goobie recently presented a cheque for $5,000 to Danielle LeBlanc, Frye Festival Executive Director. This contribution brings Dr. Goobie’s total donation over the years to more than $50,000. The Frye Festival is Canada’s only bilingual, international literary festival and Atlantic Canada’s largest literary happening. The Frye Festival will take place in Moncton April… Continue Reading

Summit Studios Story Contest

At Summit Studios, we like to think that we take humour seriously. So seriously, in fact, that we’ve decided to organize another story contest with the hope that you will write to us with your funniest and most outrageous tales of misadventure. How to encourage you? How about the $3,000 in cash prizes we’re giving… Continue Reading

East Coast Music 2012 Award Nominations Announced

Singer-songwriter Jimmy Rankin has earned a leading eight music award nominations for the 2012 East Coast Music Awards. Artist and Industry award nominations were announced today at Casino New Brunswick for East Coast Music Week 2012 to be held April 11–15 in Moncton, New Brunswick. “Celebrating the incredible talent in Atlantic Canada and supporting the… Continue Reading

The Baked Ham Community Speaker Series in Sackville

On Friday, February 3rd at 7:30pm, the Baked Ham Community Speakers Series presents another evening of storytelling. Five Sackville residents and one special guest visitor will tell true stories around the loose theme of Leaving Home. Narrators for the night will be: Amanda Curti, Louise Edwards, Maggie Pitts, Ian Mauro, John Murchie, and Zacharias Kunuk.… Continue Reading

W(here) Festival Call for Submissions

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Walking in Place: Field Trips in Pictou County W(here) Festival* June 26-30 2012 Deadline February 21 As part of the W(here) Festival, community members and local artists are encouraged to submit an idea for a field trip or performative walk in Pictou County, NS. Field trips may take place anywhere and… Continue Reading

Capitol Theatre Receives $102,000 Grant from Federal Government

The government of Canada will provide $102,000 to the Capitol Theatre in Moncton under the programming support component of the Canada Arts Presentation Fund. This contribution is to defray part of the costs associated with the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 artistic seasons. The announcement was made by Robert Goguen, Member of Parliament (Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe), on behalf of… Continue Reading

Book Winners Announced

Recently Bread ‘n Molasses magazine held two different contests where winners were awarded a signed copy of Doug Underhill’s most recent book, Salmon Country. Before the holidays we asked our followers on Facebook and Twitter to sign up for our email updates and we would pick one winner from all our online subscribers. Congratulations to… Continue Reading

Ted Lynch to Return to Nashville

In the July/August 2010 issue of Bread ‘n Molasses magazine, we sat down with Miramichi singer/ songwriter, Ted Lynch, for a candid conversation about his trip to Nashville, Tennessee to record his first album. Now, almost two years later, Ted is heading back to the studio and graciously allowed us to follow up. Spending any… Continue Reading