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Is Covid 19 The End for Theatre and Live Music

Maybe you are sitting at home pondering whether you will ever return to the office again. Technology has facilitated working from home and the learning curve has been fairly easy for most. Companies have simply been obliged to find other ways of working and have proved it possible. But what is the fate of art galleries, the performing arts and the museum community? As a passionate fan of live...

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The Kitchen that Saved a School

Solving problems is fundamental to the human condition. Solving a problem with a solution that has two beneficial outcomes is a rarely accomplished feat: but killing two birds with one stone is exactly what the luminaries behind the County Food Hub in Sophiasburgh have achieved. Faced with the all too typical and predictable challenges of a rural school: a declining population and the very real...

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Reprieve and Reprise: A Second Chance to see the AGN’s 60th

My first look at the Art Gallery of Northumberland’s permanent collection came in 2017. New to the director’s post, I arrived during the hanging of 150 @ AGN Works from the Collection, an exhibition that marked the sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation, tracing the path of Canadian art history from the nineteenth century to the present day. The works that graced the gallery walls were, I was...

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Bloomfield

In the Centre of it all. Established by entrepreneurial farmers of Empire Loyalist stock, Bloomfield offers a sense of history and an architectural tradition that continues to connect the past to the present. Farms just off Main Street provide fresh ingredients from which the creative chefs of many a local restaurant craft their tempting dishes. The site of village’s original sawmill is still in...

Belleville

In contrast to the biting cold of last year, Savour the Chill, downtown Belleville’s celebrated soup making competition enjoyed almost tropical weather. No doubt this was responsible for the record turnout and the dispensing of fifteen hundred litres of savoury liquids. Volunteers from Bridge Street United Church ensured everything ran smoothly. Celebrities Carson Arthur and Matt DeMille and the...

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