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NOW HEAR THIS: Tribute in Halifax to honour hit songwriter Judee Sill
The details of the late songwriter Judee Sill’s life read like pure tragedy, from a broken home and juvenile delinquency to drug addiction and death at the early age of 35. But in the midst of all that turmoil, she was able to write the ...
Remembering Newfoundland troubadour Ron Hynes
It's been four years since the province lost its unofficial poet laureate, the great singer-songwriter Ron Hynes. To mark the anniversary of his passing, we bring you some of the stories written about the legendary performer around the time of ...
Tributes for Ron: Famed singer/songwriter will have no funeral friends will play his last gig instead
Originally published in The Telegram on Nov. 21, 2015 There's a bronze sculpture near the east end of George Street, between YellowBelly Brewery and the back of the Nonia building, called "A Time." Sculpted by visual artist Morgan ...
One last waltz: standing room only at the Basilica for the funeral of Ron Hynes
Originally published in The Telegram on Nov. 24, 2015 Something happened at the funeral of Ron Hynes Monday afternoon, something you may not have seen if you were watching the live TV broadcast or heard in the live radio coverage. ...
Godspeed: Singer-songwriter Ron Hynes dead at 64.
Originally published in The Telegram on Nov. 20, 2015 When Ron Hynes bumped into his old friend Glen Tilley - his very first producer, as he liked to call him - a couple weeks ago, he told him that his cancer was back, and had ...
A look at life with lymphedema primer with patient, advocate and volunteer Karen Bingham
There are few things that look quite like it. An arm or leg or foot – or all three - will swell and swell and swell until it looks like it may burst. And, according to Lymphedema patient and president of the Lymphedema Association of Nova ...
LESLEY CREWE: Christmas coming up fast
Nowadays, when I think of the word Christmas, my mind automatically conjures up the warring factions in Facebook land. We have the people who happily post a cartoon of Olaf, the snowman, belting out, “Only 300 days until Christmas!!!”, ...
Sydney Breton Quilters busy working on projects
The Sydney Breton Quilters formed in 1985 and had at one time upwards of 35 members but is now down to just five. The quilters meet once a week at the Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design on Charlotte Street in Sydney to work on individual ...
Cape Breton rapper attaining prominence
Northside rapper Shannon Long, better known to her fans as X-Plycit, sounded cheerful as she drove through New Brunswick earlier this month on her way to gigs in Winnipeg. “We just wanted to leave early in case any weather cropped up,” ...
SHERRY MULLEY MACDONALD: Practising the ancient art of yoga in North Sydney
Now more than ever people are wanting to get in shape and stay in shape, and not just physically, but mentally as well. Perhaps there is no better way to achieve that than to get involved in the ancient practice of yoga. Originating in India, yoga ...