Monthly Archives: August 2013

Jean-Michel Correia Exhibit Opening

The public is invited to the opening of the art exhibit Modulation II by artist Jean-Michel Correia in the Capitol Theatre Irving Lobby on Wednesday, September 4th, at 5 pm. This artist garnered a great reputation with many solo and group exhibits in Quebec, France, Belgium, Switzerland, USA and South Korea. Jean-Michel Correia was born… Continue Reading

Casino NB presents Your Town Throw Down

Your Town Throw Down, featuring talented Canadian country artists, Chad Brownlee, Deric Ruttan and Jason Blaine will roll into Casino NB’s Event Centre in Moncton for a performance on Saturday, October 19th at 8 pm. Chad Brownlee (MDM Recordings Inc. / Universal Music Canada) had a showcase year in the country music world, recently topping… Continue Reading

Moncton Author Wins Far Horizons Award

Congratulations to Kerry-Lee Powell of Moncton, NB on winning The Malahat Review’s 2013 Far Horizons Award for Short Fiction! Her story, “Palace of the Brine” was chosen by judge, Alissa York. Powell’s story will appear in their Fall, 2013 issue (#184). She was also awarded a $1000 CAD prize. Of Powell’s story, York says: “‘Palace… Continue Reading

Casino New Brunswick Presents ZZ Top

Hit-making rock group, ZZ Top is set to perform at Casino New Brunswick’s Event Centre in Moncton on Wednesday, November 13th at 8 pm. Known for such hit songs as “Gimme All Your Lovin”, “Sharp Dressed Man” and “Legs”, ZZ Top aka “That Little Ol’ Band From Texas,” lay undisputed claim to being the longest… Continue Reading

Atlantic Film Festival Cinéma En Français

The 33rd annual Atlantic Film Festival (AFF) announces a new program featuring French Films from Canada and around the world. This year’s Cinéma En Français S.V.P. program will take place from Friday, September 13th to Monday, September 16th and will feature 18 French language film presentations. “Every year the Atlantic Film Festival presents a wealth… Continue Reading

NB Summer Music Festival 1700 Taft Stradivari

NB Summer Music Festival proudly presents a violin valued at $5 million. This violin belonged to Antonio Stradivari’s “Golden Period.” It was once possessed by Mrs. Charles Phelps Taft, a member of a legendary family that closely associated with music history. After the death of the Tafts, the violin was sold to several private collectors.… Continue Reading

TNB Theatre School Registration

TNB Theatre School’s fall Primary Play, Discovery, Playtime and Junior programs registration will take place Sunday, August 25th from 12:30 to 4 pm at the Ted Daigle Auditorium, St. Thomas University. Sign-up for auditions for Intermediate and Senior Programs will also be available at that time. “For nearly 15 years, TNB Theatre School has provided… Continue Reading

Chris Buckley Artist Profile

Chris Buckley, NB Summer Music Festival Artist Profile: As part of this year’s celebration, the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival are featuring interviews of artists and others who have a history of being involved in the festival over the past 20 years. Below is an excerpt from their interview with Chris Buckley by their Classical Correspondent,… Continue Reading

SappyFest Rescue Mission

SappyFest was just an idea in early 2006. Two hundred and fifty people showed up for that idea and those 250 people made SappyFest, the little independent music festival produced annually in Sackville, New Brunswick, a reality. Now SappyFest is looking for 250 people to come together and support the idea of SappyFest again. This… Continue Reading

Culture Days Countdown Begins

Culture Days Countdown is On! The countdown is on to Culture Days 2013, a Canada-wide celebration of arts and culture! The New Brunswick Culture Days Committee will hold a Celebration Launch on Saturday August 17th from 1 to 3 pm at Kings Landing Historical Settlement in order to build up the momentum towards Culture Days.… Continue Reading