The domestic market for craft beer is becoming increasingly popular. In Ontario, there are more than 40 licensed craft brewers producing premium, high-quality beer, each with their own unique brewing style.Additionally, consumer interest in unique flavours and locally produced food and beverages has sparked a brewing phenomenon.Craft beer encompasses a range of beer s...

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Nov 21, 2014

VIDEO: The art of brewing craft beer

In Ontario, there are more than 40 licensed craft brewers producing premium, high-quality beer, each with their own unique brewing style.

The domestic market for craft beer is becoming increasingly popular. In Ontario, there are more than... Video:

Nov 20, 2014

Atwood on Toronto politics, Conrad Black and Jian Ghomeshi

 Canadian author Margaret Atwood chats with Laurentian University chancellor Steve Paikin who also happens to be the host of TVO's “The Agenda,” at the university Nov. 19. She was there for an event in honour of her 75th birthday. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.

Did you know that Margaret Atwood — an ardent environmentalist, if there ever was one — is actually ...

Nov 20, 2014

Laugh with Sudbury Night Live

Bill Sanders and Amber Hicks are two of the stars of Sudbury Night Live, dinner and comedy skit shows set to take place at the Cambrian College Student Centre Dec. 5 and 6. Supplied photo.

Are you a fan of the comedy skit television show “Saturday Night Live?” How about the CBC shows “Thi...

Nov 20, 2014

Hitting the big time at age 11

Walter Learning, as Kris Kringle, rehearses a scene with Sudbury’s Samuel Leach Jarrett, who plays Mortimer and Tommy, and Sophie Mais, who plays Susan Walker in Sudbury Theatre Centre’s “Miracle on 34th Street.” Photo by Arron Pickard.

Literally hundreds if not thousands of 10 and 11-year-olds in Canada are in drama classes and plays....

Nov 19, 2014

Drumhand brings 'catchy' music to Townehouse

Check out Drumhand at The Townehouse Nov. 28. Supplied photo.

Known for its “intricate rhythm arrangements, catchy woodwind and brass playing,” the Toronto-based ...

Nov 19, 2014

Sudbury sculpturist's latest project honours WWI soldier

A portrait of Francis Pegahmagabow. Supplied photo.

Sudbury sculpture artist Tyler Fauvelle has been commissioned to create a life-sized bronze statue o...

Nov 18, 2014

TNO presents acclaimed one-woman show

TNO presents “Je n’y suis plus” Nov. 27-20. Supplied photo.

“Je n’y suis plus,” is a one-woman show that's “your opportunity to discover a rising star of Franco...

Nov 18, 2014

Exhibit uncovers art in the ordinary

Check out Leesa Bringas' exhibition, “Missed Fortune,” at North Forte Gallery until Nov. 28. Supplied photo.

Local artist Leesa Bringas has an exhibition of her work on display at North Forte Gallery until Nov...

Nov 18, 2014

Canucky Bluegrass Boys put out 2nd CD

Check out the Canucky Bluegrass boys at the Howard Johnson Nov. 28 at their CD release party. Supplied photo.

The Canucky Bluegrass Boys will release their second CD at a Nov. 28 event.The local blues band has ...

Nov 18, 2014

John Fogerty puts a spell on Sudbury (8 photos)

John Fogerty provided hours of entertainment Nov. 17 in Sudbury. Photo by Marg Seregelyi.

John Fogerty provided hours of entertainment Nov. 17 in Sudbury.It was one of many stops on his 1969...

Nov 17, 2014

Miracle at Sudbury Theatre Centre

From LEFT: Walter Learning as Santa Claus and Sophie Mais as Susan Walker. Supplied.

Sudbury Theatre Centre artistic director Caleb Marshall makes his directorial debut in Sudbury with ...

Nov 15, 2014

La Slague promises awesome night of jazz Nov. 15

Quebec's Benoît Paradis Trio, with support from Sudbury's own Hugh Jazz, hits the stage at Collège Boréal’s concert hall Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. File photo.

Concert promoter La Slague is looking forward to offering Sudbury an evening of jazz like none other...

Nov 13, 2014

AGS unveils 'Hidden Treasures' on Nov. 14

An opening reception for the Art Gallery of Sudbury's latest Hidden Treasures exhibition is slated for Nov. 14 at 5 p.m.The exhibit features 200 works for the gallery's permanent collection....

Nov 13, 2014

Anyone for beer pong?

Sharpen your aim and get ready for Greater Sudbury's first ever beer pong tournament, a fundraiser for Northern Lights Festival Boreal. Photo: Icedrum Media

Sharpen your aim, stretch your arm and crack a cold one. Northern Lights Festival Boreal has come up...

Nov 13, 2014

Dance Now!: Still time to sign up for new kids' dance classes

Does your child love to dance? Theatre Cambrian's new Dance Now program offers classes for kids 6 to 19 in a variety of styles. Photo supplied

If your child can't help but move when music plays, perhaps Theatre Cambrian's new Dance Now program...

Nov 11, 2014

Bantam hockey to host a night of comedy and hypnosis

The event is a fundraiser in support of the Nickel City Storm Bantam A Hockey Team.

Richard Cole brings his comedy hypnotist show to Greater Sudbury this week. Hailing from Belleville,...

Nov 09, 2014

YES to present 'Fiddler on the Roof' in 2015

YES Theatre will present “Fiddler on the Roof” in its 2015 season. Supplied photo.

The classic musical “Fiddler on the Roof” will headline YES Theatre's sixth season during the summer...

Nov 09, 2014

Sudbury students to get a taste of opera

The Canadian Opera Company's Glencore Ensemble Studio School Tour visits MacLeod Public School Nov. 14. Supplied photo.

Some Sudbury students will get a chance to take in some opera Nov. 14, when the Canadian Opera Compa...

Nov 08, 2014

Concert a homecoming for Joey Niceforo

Check out Sudbury boy Joey Niceforo in concert at Laurentian University's Fraser Auditorium Dec. 3. Supplied photo.

Joey Niceforo will return home Dec. 3 for a concert featuring a variety of music from his debut solo...

Nov 07, 2014

Nouveau Louvre 2014 puts out call to all artists

Whether your talent is photography, oil painting or stained glass, and everything in between, La Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario invites all artists, of all practices, practising all styles, expressing themselves through every possible medium, to show their work during the most far-out non-juried exhibition in Northern Ontario: le Nouveau Louvre. Photo by Arron Pickard.

When the mercury falls and the holidays are fast approaching, the people of Sudbury know that it’s t...

Nov 06, 2014

Troupe looks to cast young male actor

 Young male actors are invited to audition to fill a major role in North Road Theatre's upcoming production of “The Unplugging.” Supplied photo.

North Road Theatre is looking for a young male actor to fill a major role in its production of “The ...

Nov 06, 2014

Defunct school gym indie cinema's new home

Sudbury Downtown Independent Cinema Co-operative project manager Beth Mairs speaks at a September press conference. The cinema project announced its future home Nov. 6. File photo.

The Sudbury Downtown Independent Cinema Co-operative plans to build a one-screen cinema in the gym o...

Nov 06, 2014

Sniffing out diabetic emergencies

Sniffer dog trainer Debby Kay is seen here with her dog, Sage. She recently gave a workshop for Sudbury and District Kennel Club members. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.

As someone who lives with osteoarthritis, Carole Vanier has had service dogs for years to help her s...

Nov 04, 2014

Rock your Saturday night with Shaft Bottom Boys

Check out the Shaft Bottom Boys in concert Nov. 8 as part of the Saturday Night Rocks fundraiser in support of bringing a statue of the late Stompin' Tom Connors to the city's downtown. Supplied photo.

Sudbury's Shaft Bottom Boys will rock the Lockerby branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Nov. 8 as par...

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