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MARGARET PROUSE: Creating a delicious pie crust
My quest for the perfect rhubarb pie continues. Change the filling, change the pastry, change the pie plate and see what happens. The goal is to learn the skills that many of our mothers and grandmothers (and in some cases fathers ...
IN PHOTOS: P.E.I. high school students celebrate 2020 graduation at drive-in
Around 270 students from the graduating class at Colonel Gray High School in Charlottetown attended a unique graduation ceremony on Tuesday, June 23. Restrictions around indoor gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic forced the grads to ...
Confederation Centre Art Gallery reopens to public
The Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG) is welcoming patrons once again. The gallery has six exhibitions to explore, including new work from Sandi Hartling. Also reopening their doors at the centre are The Showcase and The Story of ...
DOUG GALLANT: Stronger Than You Know, Rachel Beck’s sophomore album, shows her growth as a songwriter and performer over past two years
If you make records for a living, one of your primary responsibilities — if not the primary responsibility — is to make sure your next record is as good or better than your last record. With the release of Stronger Than You Know, ...
Charlottetown restaurateur pens bestseller about being stuck in the house during pandemic
A Charlottetown businessman says he was inspired to create something for children when the world retreated indoors in March. Mikey Wasnidge, one of the partners in the Nimrods’ floating restaurant, decided on a whim to write a book that ...
Charlottetown business shows Pride in the community
Jeff Likely, branch manager of TD Canada Trust in Charlottetown, says he can think of no better way to show the company’s pride in the 2SLGBTQIA+ community than by displaying the Pride colours on the outside of the business, located at the ...
Brilliant teen who grew up on P.E.I. eyes fast-tracking PhD
University sensation Vivian Xie is pursuing a PhD in biology – a lofty academic goal she hopes to attain by the age of 20. That would see her nab the highest university degree that is conferred after a course of study in Canada roughly 15 ...
GREENFILE: Create a meadow that can be enjoyed by people, animals and pollinators
Lawns have a place. They create great pathways, activity areas and frame a garden perfectly. Some people see a world of athletic potential: baseball diamonds and soccer fields. We tend not to be an athletic family. Ben would tell you that his ...
P.E.I. grads gown up for ceremonies in a pandemic
Giving Grade 12 students a proper send-off while staying safe in a pandemic has been a challenge, says one P.E.I. principal. Finalizing plans for commencement ceremonies has been tricky as the public health restrictions evolve to cope with the ...
New P.E.I. show will feature songs of Anne and Gilbert musical
For Campbell Webster, an Anne show will go on. The producer of the popular Anne and Gilbert – The Musical has promoted the show with endless enthusiasm and determination since it premiered in 2005 at the Victoria Playhouse. He did not ...