The Journal Pioneer
The River Clyde Pageant presents Late Night Radio, a drive-in theatre experience in New Glasgow, P.E.I.
Ruby and Reno becoming travelling dog sensations across P.E.I.
GREENFILE: Water, where are you?
Childrens' memorial fountain set to flow thanks to new donation
Cynthia MacLeod performs a Facebook LIVE Concert during the Mont-Carmel Summer Concert Series!
P.E.I. group Tip Er Back to play the Katherine Hughes Memorial Hall at the BIS
Old-timey Tinder: Guardian reporter goes on a date in 1890s Orwell
While I've been on at least a few fun and memorable dates, travelling back in time to 100 years before I was born is certainly among the more noteworthy ones. I recently found myself walking amid the lavish greenery and mid-1890s architecture ...
P.E.I.'s Ben's Lake Campground announces winner of its treasure hunt sailboat
Years ago, Ben was fishing in his lake when a monster-sized fish bit his hook. He struggled for two hours before reeling the beast ashore. In its mouth was a golden fishhook and when he reached to grab it, the fish flipped its tail, spat out a ...
Spend quarantine decluttering? Here's how to dispose of your stuff
Kelly Marryatt-Lacey of St. John’s, N.L. spent time during the COVID-19 lockdown cleaning and decluttering her house. It’s all she did for six weeks, she says. “I was in this frenzy of having to clean, just like nesting when ...
New exhibition looking at contemporary craft in P.E.I. opens Aug. 8
A new exhibition opening Aug. 8 at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG) features Island artisans responding to the theme of creative obsessions with innovative works drawing on craft traditions to mark Craft Year 2020. Creative ...
Dylan Menzie at the Trailside for two shows Aug. 6-7
Dylan Menzie will be playing two special shows in support of his new album, Lost in Dreams, tonight and tomorrow night, at the Trailside Music Hall in Charlottetown at the Holman Grand Hotel. Menzie has taken his knack for writing emotional ...
DOUG GALLANT: McCartney releases major archive version of Flaming Pie
The process of making a record can be time consuming and both emotionally and intellectually draining. Not to mention expensive. But in the end, you listen to what you’ve done, and hopefully you walk away from that process satisfied ...
85-year-old Ellerslie woman receives hundreds of birthday cards from around the world after she was in a car accident
Brenda MacCaull doesn't remember the airbags going off. The Ellerslie woman also doesn't remember feeling any pain following the car accident, but she'd soon learn she had 10 broken ribs and had three fractures in her ...
Award program still available for youth in P.E.I.
Although the reality of COVID-19 has required some changes, the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award-Prince Edward Island is still available for all youth ages 14 through 25 with guidance and support provided through the local award office ...
Rendezvous at Port-la-Joye 300 years later
To mark the 300th anniversary of the founding of Port-la-Joye and the arrival of the first French and Acadians on Prince Edward Island, the Sister Antoinette DesRoches Historical Committee invites everyone to a rendezvous at the Skmaqn - Port-la-Joye ...
Young pianist to perform on Aug. 6 at Kirk of St. James
This week’s recital at the Kirk of St. James features 15-year old Nathan Liang on piano. The recital will be at 12:10 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 6. The church is located at 35 Fitzroy St., Charlottetown. Nathan is a Grade 11 ...