Profile of Sally Cole

Sally Cole is a features writer with The Guardian. She welcomes comments about her column as well as suggestions for future columns from readers.

All articles of Sally Cole

  • Close encounters of a Canadian kind on P.E.I.

    In many galleries, artwork is often not an up-close experience.Hung or placed, often at arms length, the work is designed to be admired from ...

  • Extending their season

    For the Homestead Players, it has been a successful season.The acting troupe performed The Master’s Wife: A Theatrical Celebration all summer ...

  • A tried and true P.E.I. stage tradition

    As Jessica Gallant waits for her cue to go on as Diana Barry, she only has to glance at the walls behind her to realize that she’s part of a ...

  • Taking a walk on the dark side

    As a photographer, Paul Vienneau is not afraid to explore dark themes in his work. Take Still Pretty, for instance. The startling portrait of a ...

  • Caring for her cause on P.E.I.

    P.E.I. psychologist Susan Hartley cares about the women of Afghanistan. In fact, her concern is so deep that this week she’s launching the ...

  • P.E.I. jewelry maker uses recycled beads, pearls in her new creations

    When Pam Stevenson discovered a piece of a 1930s chandelier tucked inside a cigar box that came with a rose gold watch that she had purchased at ...

  • Sharing Prince Edward Island's black history

    As celebrations continue to mark the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference, another lesser-known part of the Island’s past is playing ...

  • Fired up for a fundraiser

    Cape Breton fiddler Ashley MacIsaac has performed in all types of venues — from clubs and community halls to soft seat theatres and outdoor ...

  • Class acts for P.E.I. seniors

    As Catherine Fisher talks about registering for classes at the Seniors College of Prince Edward Island this coming Saturday, her eyes twinkle ...

  • P.E.I. performer grows into her role

    When Darryl Bernard stepped onto the stage to perform in Mi’kmaq Legends for the first time last summer her knees were knocking. “I had never ...