Archive for the ‘Arts/Entertainment/Culture’ Category

Lambton College hosts seventh annual Empty Bowls event to end hunger


In an effort to raise awareness of all the empty bowls in the world, Lambton College is once again inviting the community to enjoy a simple meal of bread and soup in a handmade pottery bowl. On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, Lambton College will host their seventh annual Empty Bowls fundraiser to help end hunger [...]

THE SHOW: The Music Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #126

Local musicians at The Johnny Warrent Studios

Episode #126 The Music Scene: A visit to the Johnny Warrent Studios in Sarnia with local musicians sharing their passion for music and current projects. In The Community: Julie Jenkins shares “Handbags for Homecare”, an upcoming event in Sarnia to support the VON. Special mentio to Rockridje and many others. More good deeds happening in [...]

David Wilcox playing at Stubborn Mule this Saturday

David Wilcox

By DAVID BURROWS Canadian musician David Wilcox is coming to Sarnia March 29th, performing at the Stubborn Mule. Known to many as a Canadian Living Legend, David Wilcox is still growing strong with no signs of slowing down. Recently Wilcox gave an acoustic performance at the famous Hugh’s Room in Toronto, playing to a sold-out [...]

Wellabee rocks Stokes with reunion concert following documentary screening


Last weekend’s screening of “Nostalgia Kills: The Wellabee Documentary,” a locally produced film chronicling the life and times of an iconic Sarnia music phenomenon was, by all accounts a success. The Saturday night screening at the Imperial Theatre was followed by a reunion show at Stokes By the Bay. With friends, family and fans gathered [...]

‘Rockumentary’ filmmaker excited about upcoming screening

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Excitement is building as the release of the independent film titled “Nostalgia Kills: the Wellabee Documentary” being presented at Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre March 22. The Rockumentary of a band from Sarnia who traveled near and far is the creation of local independent filmmaker Mark Tetreault, lead singer for the reunited Wellabee. “I am thrilled that [...]

THE SHOW: The Music Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #124

The Show with David Burrows

This week! Episode #124 Watch it online now at Tom and Ben news join The Show with David Burrows! Indiefest announces details of the upcoming event! The Music Scene: Tim May from Aunt Stella’s Ashes shares influences, goals and performances of this strong independent rock band from Palm Coast, Florida! In The Community: Dan Stewart & Meghan Bond [...]

THE SHOW: The Music Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #123

The Show with David Burrows

Episode #123 The Music Scene Down to Cheeky Monkey to visit with DJ2. Three ladies who love to play and share music! In The Community #CANstruction event at Lambton Mall. The media challenge with The Sarnia Observer Blackburn Radio & all in an effort to raise money for The Inn Of The Good Shepherd. [...]

THE SHOW: The Music Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #122

The Show with David Burrows

Episode #122 This week KIM MITCHELL recap! The Music Scene Rocker JN John Nickoloff joins us for an exclusive interview about his music and upcoming performances at Daytona Bike Week In The Community Huron House Boys’ Home raise over $20,000 at the annual Men Who Cook event. Director Don Adam shares his thoughts about [...]

Wellabee back on scene with documentary screening, reunion concert March 22

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Wellabee, one of Sarnia’s more famous bands, has decided to formally “re-assemble” some 10 years after their farewell show, doing so in grand form with a documentary produced by its lead singer. Mark Tetrault’s “Nostalgia Kills” will play at the Imperial Theatre on March 22, followed by a reunion show of the group at Paddy [...]

Jayden the Jester pitching to Dragons’ Den on Wednesday


When Jayden the Jester (aka Kevin Wyville) appears on this week’s episode of CBC TV’s “Dragons’ Den” (Wednesday, 8 p.m.), whether he comes away with money for development of a new stage show or simply the exposure to millions of viewers, he’ll be a winner. Wyville, who has already become well known with his performances [...]