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Volume 25 SUMMER 2023

Volume 25 SUMMER 2023

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The cover story of Volume 25 of this beautiful coffee-table magazine, is a travel guide to Saint Martins, New Brunswick, and the businesses that have opened or expanded there in recent years. A team of committed locals have worked tirelessly to ensure this beautiful village reaches its full potential, and it is the hottest new holiday destination on this side of the country. And — thanks to Spinney’s Seafood Market — arguably the best place in Canada to get a lobster roll right now!

Our Culture Correspondent, Thandiwe McCarthy, interviews Moncton-based rapper Michael J. Foxx about his life and career in New Brunswick, why he moved here from New York City, and how he has thrived since arriving four years ago. Jennifer Wood meets Miramichi mayor and award-winning film and television director Adam Lordon. Artist Yuzhu Yang moved to Prince Edward Island 10 years ago. The gifted painter was born in Guizhou, China, in a small village surrounded by mountains and valleys. Her paintings celebrate her past and embrace her new life in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island. Dylan B. Bradford has written an essay on Canada's oldest and most beloved record store, Backstreet Records in Saint John. And Darren Calabrese shares favourite photographs from his stunning new book, Leaving Good Things Behind, which tells the story of his move home to Nova Scotia from Ontario.

In short, this is your guide to summer in Atlantic Canada.

It’s all here in this bumper issue.

In this issue:

COVER STORY: Why St. Martins is your next vacation destination by James Mullinger

The Sound of Hope restored Thandiwe McCarthy meets Michael J Foxx
Photographs by Gary Weekes

Salt + Ash Beach House, the newest addition to the Queen’s Marque district in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Jennifer Wood

Darren Calabrese shares some of his favourite photographs from his stunning new book, Leaving Good Things Behind

When Life Brings You Home - Jennifer Wood meets Adam Lordon
Photographs: Denis Duquette 

The Giving of Care by Mike George
Pickleball by Colleen Landry
Omal: Jennifer Wood meets entrepreneur Mia Johnston Photographs: Whitney Erin
The Turcottes: The Horse Racing Dynasty from New Brunswick by Curtis Stock
Backstreet Records by Dylan B. Bradford Photographs: Carole Bernard Bradfor
East Coasting by Cedric Newman
The Ice Lady – An Illustrated History by Brandon Hicks

Jennifer Wood interviews artist Yuzhu Yang in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island and all of the essential shows, exhibitions, festivals, events of the season including Halifax Pride and the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG), plus Republic Of Doyle writer Perry Chafe shares the inside story of his new book, Closer By Sea

The publication is 84 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC-approved uncoated paper in Canada.

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