Author Archives: Leah Noble

Q+A with Zac Tomas

1. How old are you? I’m 29 years old. 2. Cape Breton born and raised? Or recent transplant? (Plus whatever biographical details you feel like giving). Yeah, I was born and raised in CB, but after high school I headed … Continue reading

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In the background

I’m just taking a small break from posting right now, but I will be back soon (like probably tomorrow!). It’s just so nice out, here at the end of summer. PS I found that sweet bowl for $1 in Mahone … Continue reading

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where is the summer going?

That’s what I wanna know. It’s nearly the end of August! Time does indeed march on. I got myself some new shoes on the occasion of a friend getting married (which is where I’m off to, today – Lunenburg!) The … Continue reading

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Q+A with Chef (and blogger!) Bryan Picard

Right now the culinary event known as Right Some Good is taking place around Cape Breton Island. A local chef, Bryan Picard, will be cooking with international chef Surjan Singh Jolly, at the Keltic Lodge, for an event called “Restaurant … Continue reading

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Frugal Friday: Getting Thrifty

Last week in this column I published a piece by Brian Dean. his thoughts on thriftiness, and how to be truly free of money. Ever since then, I can’t stop thinking about it. I’m an impulse shopper, for sure. I … Continue reading

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Summer Welcome Series at the Baddeck Library

Would you pay to listen to this girl talk? No? Well, good thing it’s free then! Yup, good thing indeed. Oh man, I might just be nuts. Anyway, tonight at the Baddeck Public Library, at 6:30, as part of the … Continue reading

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Our Man In Judique: Dwayne MacEachern on Being “Someone”

By Dwayne MacEachern We can do anything we set our minds to. I was told that sort of thing growing up. I’m just not sure if it was a mistake to believe it or not. I think we believe it … Continue reading

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