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CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Karen Cook, Annapolis Valley
ATLANTIC MARINE FORECAST for June 23, 2018
Fiddler's Facts: Gerard Gallant wins Jack Adams as NHL's best coach
CINDY DAY: Have you ever 'smelled' the rain?
Islanders draft Dobson in first round of NHL Entry Draft
Twin Shores Campground unveils handmade cabins in response to market demand
AT THE TRACK: Sodwana Bay makes statement at SRW
The Journal Pioneer
Emerald’s red headed fiddler returns to Boxcar with Fiddlers’ Sons
DiverseCity festivals kick off this weekend
Tyne Valley and Area Choir to perform in Alberton
P.E.I. Fall Flavours continues to grow
Wapikoni Cinema on Wheels returning for second year
Text-to-donate and win a meet-and-greet with Shawn Mendes
JP gets around... The Grand Ole Opry!
The Journal Pioneer recently travelled to Nashville, TN, and was photographed on the circle at the Grand Ole Opry with Krista Lee and Norma Oliver of Alberton, Craig and Kelly Dawn Oliver of Elmsdale, as well as Julie and Ian Bernard of Cornwall. ...
Monday night ceilidhs at Stanley Bridge Hall start June 25
STANLEY BRIDGE – Stanley Bridge Women’s Institute historic hall will be alive with Maritime music, step-dancing, and traditional fiddling this summer on Monday nights starting June 25. This weekly ceilidh series will feature music ...
Summer season at North Rustico theatre begins June 26
NORTH RUSTICO – Watermark’s 2018 acting company is a mix of professional actors from P.E.I. and actors with family and professional history on the Island. Joining already announced acting company members Brielle Ansems and Robert ...
Aron Scott Earthquake releases first single off new album
SUMMERSIDE – Summerside’s Aron Scott Earthquake has just released its first single entitled “Tonight” off of the new album “Rager,” due out in early July. The arena/hard rock band includes Aron Scott, on guitars ...
GREEN FILE: Evergreens always there
Remember those that were there for you when things were gray? In the garden, that’s evergreens. In the last few weeks, many of the plants in our garden have awoken from winter slumber and grown a new cloak of green. Leaves now block our view ...
Charlottetown resident spending the summer with the Ceremonial Guard
Master Cpl. Devon Loney of Charlottetown has the opportunity to spend his summer as part of the Ceremonial Guard. With their scarlets and their bearskins headdress, the Ceremonial Guard is the most recognizable military unit in Canada. For over 50 ...
P.E.I. man returns with big laughs as part of Kraken Up comedy showcase in Charlottetown
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - After headlining a show at Yuk Yuk’s in Toronto in April and others in the Halifax area, P.E.I.-born comedian Dan Hendricken is hoping to bring big laughs to his home province this week. This promotional image ...
Sarah Slean, Atlantic String Machine make joint Indian River Festival appearance
INDIAN RIVER – Modern-day renaissance woman Sarah Slean is partnering with popular Island ensemble Atlantic String Machine for a night of music at Indian River Festival. Slean, a three-time Juno nominee, signed her first record deal at 19, ...
Snap a photo celebrating Island agricuture, aquaculture and fisheries... you might just win
With rolling hills, roadside market stands, busy harbours, and animals big and small, Prince Edward Island’s primary industries are a great inspiration for beauty. And like past years, Islanders are invited to showcase the province and its ...
Compulsive video-game playing now new mental health problem
GENEVA - For video game addicts, it might soon be “game over.” In its latest revision to a disease classification manual, the World Health Organization said Monday that compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a new mental ...