-1 C
Elmira
Monday, December 10, 2018

Chances are your family Christmas won’t get this crazy

With holiday planning in full swing, chances are any family dynamics you may anticipate – or even dread – will pale in comparison to...

Local organization advocates for artists

The popular notion of the starving artist – someone who suffers for their art, more interested in creativity than stuffing his or her wallet...

There’ll be a Mercey-ful afternoon in Maryhill

Larry Mercey is no stranger to the Commercial Tavern, that Maryhill bastion of traditional country music. Likewise, fans of that sound are no stranger...

Death may not become them, but it helps provide the laughs

They say that money corrupts – but they also say blood is thicker than water. And when the lavishly wealthy Edwin Randolph passes away...

Taking a little off the (over the) top

The audience sees a different play every night in Drayton Entertainment's interactive adventure, Shear Madness. Set in a hair salon and sporting a whodunit theme,...

A chance to see where the art happens

The 16th annual Kissing Bridge Studio Tour aims to showcase and celebrate local artists of all types, from jewelry makers to bookbinders. While the...

The key to being folk royalty is to maintain the common...

Tom Paxton is enjoying life on the road again. The folk icon thought about hanging up his touring shoes a few years ago, but...

This Canadian icon keeps Stompin’ along

Charles Thomas Connors may have passed away in 2013, but Stompin’ Tom lives on as an icon of Canadian country and folk music. His tunes,...

On Saturday, the theatre is the thing, not the play

You may have taken a seat during one of the many performances at the Drayton Festival Theatre, but this weekend you’ll have a chance...

Production puts the panto in Peter Pan

A theatre is not generally considered the place for rowdy behaviour, loud jeering and hollering, and a general lack of anything other than polite...