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Class of '54: First Grade 11 class to graduate from one-room school in P.E.I. reunites
Lot 7 ceilidhs continue for weeks to come
Tanker truck gets late night welcome to Alberton
Drowsy Chaperone joins Anne of Green Gables and world premiere of Dear Rita at Charlottetown Festival in 2020
Evans, Beck to share stage at P.E.I.'s Close to the Ground concert Sept. 19
JILL ELLSWORTH: Back to School
Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G. among nominees for Rock Hall of Fame
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Late pop superstar Whitney Houston, rock group Dave Matthews Band and murdered hip-hop artist The Notorious B.I.G. landed among first-time nominees announced on Tuesday for possible induction in 2020 into the Rock & Roll Hall ...
In Lost Feast, Lenore Newman considers the foods we've 'loved to death'
Masquerading as a humble meat pie, tourtière cuts an unlikely figure for a culinary spectre. With its flaky pastry and aromatic spiced filling, this Quebecois and Acadian classic serves not only as a holiday table mainstay but a profound ...
Prince William highlights UK's 'unique bonds' with Pakistan during visit with wife Kate
By Charlotte Greenfield ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Britain's Prince William said the United Kingdom and Pakistan share "unique bonds" in a speech at the country's national monument in Islamabad on Tuesday evening during a five-day visit to the South Asian ...
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr pleads not guilty to pinching woman's buttocks in club
By Brendan Pierson NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to pinching a woman's buttocks in a nightclub last October, four months after he was charged with groping a woman in a separate incident. Manhattan ...
Youth chess mini-camp Oct. 19 in Charlottetown
The P.E.I. Youth Chess Association is having a mini-camp on Saturday, Oct. 19, at Colonel Gray High School in Charlottetown. The event, which will be held in the school cafeteria, is open to students from kindergarten to Grade 12 although ...
RECIPE: Polpette di Nonna Anna — Nonna Anna's meatballs — from Tortellini at Midnight
Our cookbook of the week is Tortellini at Midnight by Tuscany-based food writer and photographer Emiko Davies. Over the next three days, we’ll feature more recipes from the book and an interview with its author. Polpette di Nonna Anna ...
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Students travel off-Island for events
Colonel Gray High School More than 50 students participated in back-to-back September weekends in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Program, completing service, skill, physical activity and adventures. A short bus evacuation drill will be held on ...
Skating program registration filling fast across P.E.I.
The City of Charlottetown and go!PEI, through the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Foundation, will be offering another year of Jumpstart I Love to Skate. This free program is an Islandwide, winter activity designed to encourage all children to be more ...
‘Spider-Man’ coming to Abram-Village movie night Oct. 18
The blockbuster movie “Spider-Man: Far From Home’’ will be showing on a huge outdoor screen behind the Acadian Musical Village on Friday, Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m. This free family event, which will also feature free popcorn and drinks, ...
Country music means Thanksgiving for Acadian family at Abram-Village festival
When the singer paused for breath, nothing but a pin drop could be heard in the Acadian Musical Village hall in Abram-Village on Thanksgiving weekend. Few genres can hook an audience into silence and express “gratitude” quite as well ...