MUSIC – Obsessively Fall-ing

September 14, 2016 Leigh Brown 0

Fall is a reflective time for me. For a lot of people, I think. Much more so than New Year’s Eve, where it’s more about being pressured into it being a meaningful celebration (with others), […]


Harmony Bazaar: Festival Of Women & Song

June 8, 2016 TheOutport 0

“We strive to increase women’s participation in telling their stories and creating music by offering year round showcases, development opportunities, and the Harmony Bazaar Festival of Women & Song.” For eleven years, Harmony Bazaar Festival […]


10 Reasons To See Mamma Mia!

June 8, 2016 TheOutport 0

1. The Singin’ & Dancin’! Canada’s top musical theatre performers have been converging on the Charlottetown Festival stage for more than 50 seasons. They love strutting their stuff at Confederation Centre! 2. Brand New Theatre! All […]


Ria Mae

June 1, 2016 Leigh Brown 0

Ria Mae has no problem admitting that this past year has been a bit of a surreal one. She also hasn’t forgotten what it’s taken to get there, and feels grateful for the doors that […]


Best Of Music

March 2, 2016 Leigh Brown 0

Never before, that I can think of, has there been a time in music with such variety & diversity, so accessible to fans.   2015 in Music was one ripe with choice, almost too much […]


Q&A With Like a Motorcycle

March 1, 2016 Leigh Brown 0

Like a Motorcyle (LAM) is a punk-rock band, living and working in Halifax, Nova Scotia. They spend their time rehearsing in “The Motor Mansion”, fawning over their tour van, Herb (he IS a beaut), and […]

Drag Files

All That Drag

March 1, 2016 Johnny Diamond 0

Hey there boils and ghouls! My name is Johnny Diamond and I’m a drag king from St. John’s, Newfoundland. For those of you who are unfamiliar with drag, here’s a very broad and open definition. […]