COBOURG -- Next week, amateur magician Al McLellan goes entertaining a handful of associates to the main stage at Las Vegas's MGM Grand Hotel to perform for an audience estimated at 6,000.A sales representative at the Coldwell Banker RMR Real Estate Brokerage Cobourg office, McLellan was sort of razzed-and-ribbed into submitting a two-minute auditi
GRAFTON -- Canadian historian Mark Finnan is bringing his production of The Ballad of D'Arcy McGee to Grafton Oct. 15 in support of the local library.The former Victoria Hall Concert Hall manager has indulged his love of the nation's history in both books and historical programming at such venues as Lang Pioneer Village.At the historic town hall in
COBOURG -- Local audiences have enjoyed the affordable and unique events at Cobourg's art deco cinema The Loft.
COBOURG -- Following their recent a cappella mini-series, the Northumberland Chorus has been focusing on its eighth annual Christmas Chorus program.Past participants and newcomers alike are welcome -- any woman of any age who would like to try her voice at singing in the six-week program, which is followed up by a Nov. 18 Christmas tea and show cal
PORT HOPE -- Port Hope artists Michiko Nakamura and Pamela Tate are collaborating on a mini-studio tour that involves their two studios on Oct. 14 and 15, a partnership they are calling the Art Connection.Nakamura is a ceramics artist, whose sculptural pieces will be complimented by guest Peggy Mersereau's unique fabric art. Among other things, the
COBOURG — You are invited to join in a celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, this time with a decidedly Celtic connection.
COLBORNE -- The inspiration of the natural world has led Bob Tunnoch (known as Omar) into the worlds of music, song writing and visual arts.
Thousand Foot Krutch has never forgotten where it all began, the founder of the Christian rock band said as the group releases its second live album.The band was founded in Peterborough in 1997 by Trevor McNevan, who still splits time between the city - where he met his wife - and another home near Nashville. The couple bought a house in Peterborou
The first play of the 41st season of the Northumberland Players is a comedy about decrepitude. Quartet, by Ronald Harwood, tells the story of four aged, retired opera singers stashed in a nursing home. They are living out their final days obsessing over sex, doctors and breakfast while trying mightily (and unsuccessfully) to forget their past glori