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Fredericton music scene remains optimistic through COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 has affected many job sectors including the music industry. Gatherings in New Brunswick are limited to 10 people and as a...

Review: Ria Mae lights up stage, hearts in Fredericton

One of Atlantic Canada’s musical gems stopped by to pay Fredericton locals an awaited visit. Halifax-born Ria Mae took to the stage at the...

‘It’s A Girl!’ sparks conversation and controversy

Theatre New Brunswick Young Company is touring the show It's A Girl!, a true story about trans artist Michelle Raine, to middle and high...

Naomi McGowan: an essential piece to STU theatre

Naomi McGowan waited with a welcoming smile as her blonde hair brushed her cheeks. The fourth-year English with a concentration in drama and fine...

Local musician helps others get on their feet and tour

Touring for an artist is a path to new audiences and greater opportunities. At a certain level, especially in the digital music age, it's the way...

Scooter Thomas’ small cast brings big emotion

Theatre St. Thomas will close out its 2019-20 season with its smallest cast of the year taking on a story about the changes that...

Heat $heets ‘breaks the rules of music’ with debut EP

Squeezing into a small basement like a ’70s game room, the four members of Fredericton rock band Heat $heets conduct a Wednesday evening rehearsal...

Fredericton’s music hub shortens name, expands operations

Beginning March 14, the Capital Complex will rebrand as The Cap. Situated on Queen Street, the location’s bar and stages have been staples of...

Erin Bond: Fredericton-based ‘music nerd’ and advocate

It's hard to imagine the New Brunswick music scene without Erin Bond cheerleading the artists within it. The 36-year-old station manager at Fredericton's campus radio...

Review: nîpawistamâsowin a heartbreaking yet important watch

Content warning: This story mentions murder. A family from Red Pheasant Cree First Nation discusses how systemic racism and injustice allowed the man who killed...

Demon barber takes the Black Box stage

Fifth-year St. Thomas University student Lucas Gutiérrez-Robert said getting to play the role of Sweeney Todd in STU Musical Theatre's upcoming production is like...

Networking the focus of Fredericton Galentine’s Day

What started as a popular TV show's invention to empower women has found its way to Fredericton. Two local female-run businesses, Little Hair Shoppe and...
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