Friday, September 14, 2018 - 2:10pm
| ALLISON LAWLOR
If there is such a thing as a healthy addiction - Benoit Lalonde has one. For the past decade, he has spent countless hours scouring maps, bushwhacking, and travelling across Nova Scotia in search of beautiful, yet often elusive waterfalls. Read More
If you want to know what raw sea urchin tastes like, just ask Jamie Simpson.
“A little bit salty, and a bit sweet. Almost like a melon,” said Simpson, who raises the bar for adventurous foodies everywhere. Read More
Making movies is serious business. The names in the credits at the end of a film make up a kind of honour-roll for all the people that come together in-order to tell a story. And they all need to get paid, or at least fed. Read More
Torrential rain and fog did not deter some 75 local citizens from crowding into the Annapolis Royal Sissiboo Café clamouring for a copy of Brenda Thompson’s new book, A Wholesome Horror, the first study to reclaim the lost history of Nova Scotia’s Read More