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Month: May 2023

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Across The Tracks
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Campbell & Johnston – Black Market

Adrian V 31 May 2023

Visit: campbellandjohnstonmusic.com Halifax Blues-Rock power duo, Christine Campbell & Blake Johnston have been building a name for themselves, entertaining audiences with their soulful tone, 60’s and 70s rock style guitar riffs and bewitching vocal harmonies. In 2021, they released their self-titled Album, Campbell & Johnston’s Black Market Band. This self […]

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CREATIVES > Tova Arbus

Marnie Stone 31 May 2023

Fringe North works to support creation and collaboration between artists and creatives, while building community in strong and meaningful ways. The guiding principles of strengthening and uplifting diversity, inclusivity, equity, and accessibility are at the core of everything that Fringe North does, with priority focus placed on breaking down barriers […]

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CREATIVES > Maria Parrella-Ilaria

Marnie Stone 24 May 2023

​Maria Parrella-Ilaria is the Developer/Coordinator of the ArtSpeaks Project. Maria’s idea for the initiative began during her 7-year run as owner/operator of the Fireball Cafe, a barber shop turned espresso art bar in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, that has etched its way into local lore. The ArtSpeaks Project​ offers adults & […]

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Barbara Rajnovich

Lisa Tucker 23 May 2023

Barbara Rajnovich is in the process of releasing a children’s book under her own Red Barn Series label. Barbara grew up in England in a family that loved literature and art where she often found herself telling stories to her younger sisters. Barbara went on to become a high school […]