Karin Cope - "The Aroma of Bees"
First prize winner of the Antigonish Review's annual poetry contest,
Port Dufferin's Karin Cope discusses writing, her art and the joy
of living in Bay of Islands.
A Nova Scotian singer who never publicly recorded a note is internationally
renowned for her magnificent voice.
In the footsteps of Anne Murray and Rita McNeil (another 'mcmusical'
NS female), Natalie MacMaster was presented in 1999 with an award
for "Successful Canadian Woman of the Year".
Halifax born Sarah McLachlan has won a Grammy Award for "Best
Pop Instrumental Performance" and "Best Female Pop Vocal
Performance" in 1997 and the latter again in 1999.
Necum Teuch author of several children's books, Angella Geddes is
also the creator of a famous collection of articulated scarecrows
which she displays in and around her home in true folk art fashion.
David Towns Records
In his growing collection of sensitive sketches, David Towns pays
homage to the passing of an historic way of life.
Ross Mason's Sable
One of our favourite archived articles, the Ross Mason interview
gives us insight into life on Sable, and the thoughts of an adventurer
who lived there.
Profile of a Volunteer,
Without volunteers like Al Lewis, trail development would never
have happened so quickly and smoothly on the Musquodoboit Trailway.
Odd Couple of Couples
Two contrasting couples entertain on the eastern shore with a music
for just about every taste.
Marie Martin - Charity
Begins At Home
Long time Eastern Shore resident Marie Martin exemplifies giving
"the Nova Scotian way".