Woo-hoo! I'm going to be a reader at the Leacock Summer Festival. I'm not talking about reading the program to stay on track, but a story I wrote, out loud, to an audience.
When Diana Ross comes to Casino Rama later this month, it will be a family affair.
It's that time of year again. You don't need to tell women and children to run from that sound, it's just bagpipes.
Ed Robertson is not the only prankster in the Barenaked Ladies, he just happens to have control of the microphone most of the time when the band is not playing music.
A prolific Canadian playwright, Norm Foster, marks his first appearance at the King's Wharf Theatre this month, in a show he wrote. While he does act in his own shows from time to time, this one is special. In fact, Jonas and Barry in the Home could very well be his future, if he were a tad more suave.
What a great Canada Day. I could be wrong, but I think the crowd for the fireworks was the biggest. I walked from one end of the waterfront to the other, twice, before the lights went out and it seemed there were almost as many in the park as when Casino Rama had its fireworks show about 20 years ago.
With less than a week to go, Orillia is in second place in the Coors Banquet One Horse Town contest.
The school year is over and Orillia high schoolers Aurora Blue are gearing up for a busy summer before hitting the books in the fall.
It was a chance in a million, one of those magical musical moments that made history, and it’s being recreated at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene.
Here it is. Saturday the moment arrives to expend all the energy built since last fall for this country and this city to pass a milestone: 150 years of organization.
A high-energy, bluesy, folk-rock band is set to take Mariposa Folk Festival by musical storm.
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.
Have you ever experienced a moment when something you didn't get crystallizes with an, "oh, I understand now," thought?
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
Friday night started with a bit of humour perpetrated by me, on me. It was the annual Leacock Medal for Humour soiree, operating under a new name - Laugh With Leacock - and I discovered when I set my autopilot for the Leacock Museum, where it's been held for at least 20 years, it has a new venue. I didn't think the wedding party rehearsal was the e
A Kingston-based duo is looking forward to bringing their unique sound to Orillia and Collingwood later this month.
The legacy of Terry Fox lives on through fundraising marathons that occur year after year across the country.
As I'm writing, the Mariposa Folk Festival is 30 days away. I know, pushing deadline again. What can I say?