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Roots & Folks

Philosophers may debate whether a tree falling in the forest makes a noise, but a tossed caber sure does. There’s the prolonged “aaaaaarrrrrrggggggghhhhhhh” screamed by the caber tosser...

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The throng leaving The Tabernacle, no doubt with a bounce in their step after such an uplifting program.

New life to old (musical) keyboards

Dan Mullen has given away close to 80 pianos. His love for music, combined with a desire to be of service to others, began at an early age. “My father was a...

Lady of the dance

Susan Chalmers-Gauvin did what most thought impossible. She started an international ballet company in Moncton. With co-founder Igor Dobrovolskiy, the Atlantic...

Knowing when to call for help

Dagwood Bumstead is one of the best known comic strip characters. He, his wife Blondie, their two perennially teen-aged children and their dog Daisy, have...
People would find novel ways of concealing and smuggling liquor.

Fighting the demon drink

To get a drink (legally) on PEI a century ago, you’d need a physician to prescribe liquor for medicinal use. Absurdities in our liquor regulations in this...

Summer, Bottled

IT ALWAYS feels like summer at Tangled Garden. Walk into the shop in Grand-Pré, NS, and your senses will go on delighted overload.

Reciprocal Respect

We live in what may become known to history as “The Age of Refugees.” Millions have been rendered homeless by war, natural disasters and oppression. By...