Monthly Archives: January 2013

Nationally Acclaimed Comic Joins Moncton’s 10th Annual Women & Wellness Event

The theatre at Bernice MacNaughton will be filled with laughter this Groundhog Day, as comedienne Meg Soper joins Women & Wellness founder Helen MacDonnell to celebrate Moncton’s 10th annual event. MacDonnell started Women & Wellness, at first a small kitchen gathering of friends, after the suicide of her brother, Duncan. Her goal was to do… Continue Reading

2013 East Coast Music Award Nominees Announced

The East Coast Music Association announced the nominees for the 2013 East Coast Music Awards this morning. Congratulations to all the nominees! Aboriginal Recording of the Year City Natives – City Natives Gary Sappier Band – Gary Sappier Blues Band Lone Cloud – We Are Medicine People Old Self – Who? Speechless – Dangerous Methods African-Canadian… Continue Reading

Public Art Commission for Downtown Fredericton

The City of Fredericton and Downtown Fredericton (DFI) have announced a project to establish an exciting new public art installation in the heart of the City. The City and DFI are co-funding the project and are calling on artists Canada-wide to submit expressions of interest for what will be the first public art commission in… Continue Reading

On the Twelfth Day of Christmas …

A Photographic Memory by Kellie Underhill A few years ago I watched a film called Fathers and Sons. It’s well worth watching if you haven’t seen it. The characters say things we all think, and then wonder if anybody else thinks that way too. So many parts stuck with me, brought me to tears, inspired… Continue Reading

On the Eleventh Day of Christmas …

Lying to Santa by Sara Princiotta The annual childhood stress started shortly after Remembrance Day, when we went to the Christmas party my dad’s Union threw for all the employees’ kids. There was a magic show put on by a local amateur magician, unlimited free doughnuts and pop, and then a few hundred kids would… Continue Reading

On the Tenth Day of Christmas …

The French Harp by Glenda Barrett You know how sometimes a special moment happens, and inside your heart you know it will always be with you. One of those moments happened at my grandmother’s house one Christmas day several years ago. In order for you, the reader to fully understand this moment, it will be necessary for me… Continue Reading