Prince Edward County’s Newspaper of Record
June 19, 2024
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Culture

Culture
June 19, 2024

Art Monsters

Something disruptive happens when women make art

Books
May 1, 2024

Two recent books are entries in a special genre. Neither quite history nor entirely fiction, they imagine the past in intriguing ways.

News
April 19, 2024

Full house at opening Authors Festival event chooses its book of the year

News
April 10, 2024

The gloves come off come April 18

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Culture
April 10, 2024

Painted film a bold choice to kick off The County’s new film festival

Culture
March 19, 2024

Passes and Single tickets on sale for the Books on Film Second Series.

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Culture
February 22, 2024

J. D. Carpenter’s newspaperman cracks another case

Culture
February 6, 2024

Three in One: Nora Ephron takes on Julie and Julia

Culture
January 8, 2024

Martin Scorsese's adaptation of Edith Wharton's 1920 novel, The Age of Innocence, screens at The Regent on Monday 15 January. We offer an overview of the book and the film, which are set in the gilded high society of New York in 1870s, and contrast American innocence, or honour, with European sophistication.

Books
October 24, 2023

Nine poets gather in Picton to read and listen

Books
October 17, 2023

Tales of a no good, terrible very bad vintage

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