Friday, September 22, 2023


Staggers’ and staff turn tragedy into community support

While the staff is waiting until Staggers re-opens, they decided as a group to volunteer and help out other businesses nearby by donating their time and offering free labour.

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Hazelnut & Rose – A Labour of Love

  By Kate Watson On September 17th, Hazelnut & Rose Nursing and Maternity Boutique will be turning two, and owner Genny Shaw has a lot to...

Tomcod Clothing – Wearing Our Community Pride

Two young entrepreneurs are celebrating our Dartmouth community pride with their unique clothing line. Where did the idea for Tomcod Clothing Co. come from? Tomcod Clothing...



A Student’s perspective on Dartmouth traffic woes

Student Mary Metz has come up with a map to showcase the areas in Downtown Dartmouth where drivers and pedestrians face more challenges.


Things I love about this place: A Downtown Dartmouth ABC

Recent events have underscored how passionate we Dartmouthians are about our community, but if you don't live here, you might be wondering exactly what's...


At The Craig Gallery: A feminist dialogue in sculpture form

In March, The Craig Gallery is hosting an exhibit called "femininsight" by sculptor Barb M. Schmeisser. The show explores female identity and gender image...

Urban Impressions

Have you ever wondered where an artists’ inspiration comes from, particularly for an abstract piece?

Sunday, Oct 6 Symphony NS performs at Alderney Landing Theatre.

Sunday, Oct 6 Symphony NS performs at Alderney Landing Theatre.

Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical

Hot flashes and memory lapses provide laughs with Dartmouth Players

“Senses Exposed” at The Dart Gallery

      Dartmouth's Terri-Lyn Hohenadel has traveled widely and captured much of what's she has seen on film. Her interest in photography blossomed in high school, and...





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