Watershedsci: It’s a trendy name for a serious subject.
On June 23, Georgian Bay fans are excited to welcome Ashley MacIsaac back to the region for the first time in three years.
Donald (Don) Stuart marks 50 years of creative excellence with a retrospective show at the Simcoe County Museum. It will include a variety of work -- 174 pieces in all -- ranging from commission work for individuals and corporations, a mix of jewelry and holloware (anything that isn't jewelry) and Homage, a 40-piece collection of necklaces inspired
Be prepared to party, because Gabrielle Goulet is in the mood to have some fun.
Madison Mueller celebrated her 17th birthday last week in the manner of an up-and-coming musician: she released a song called Breath of Air and she’s been climbing the charts.
Julie Choi returns to Barrie, newly graduated from McGill University, to perform at the Seniors Serenade concert this week.
The Rip Nancies are on a roll.
From left are Mary Kenedi (piano), Susan Naccache (cello), Jesse Dietschi (bass), Sheila Smyth (viola) and Valerie Sylvester (violin).
Tara Leslie of the Collingwood Circus Club pours a glass of wine for onlookers Tanya Mullings and Sarah Saville while hanging from an aerial hammock on Thursday.
The legacy of Terry Fox lives on through fundraising marathons that occur year after year across the country.
Who knew a bicycle could be so versatile.
The Barrie Jazz and Blues Festival moves into the future with new technology while maintaining all the elements that have made it so popular.
Watch out for that Dewey Finn.
Pianist Mary Kenedi will be bringing a group of musicians to Barrie next week to perform Schubert’s famous The Trout next week.
Canada’s 150th anniversary is perfect opportunity to celebrate the diverse range of music this country has produced.
The Township of Springwater is celebrating Canada 150 with a signature event, Celebrate Springwater, on June 24 at the Township Administration Centre, located at 2231 Nursery Rd.
They’re four middle-aged guys with music in their soul.
Diane Mackie has difficulty thinking of herself as a writer, even though the results of her first creative endeavour will be staged this weekend in Cookstown.
Magic is in the air and the fingers of James Harrison.