Friday June 27th on The Morning News
Prismatic Festival is Canada’s only event showcasing aboriginal and culturally diverse artists in all art forms. This year’s event on August 21 to 24 will be bigger and better than ever in its brand new location on the Dartmouth waterfront. At 6:45 we’ll talk with Prismatic’s Maggie Stewart about the exciting lineup.
Imagine creating a podcast and the first episode hitting the top 10 on the iTunes charts!! That’s exactly what happened to the folks behind the new Atlantic run Village Soundcast Network and their first episode of LESS THAN LIVE with Kate Or Die.
At 7:15 we’ll get the details of this new venture and its success from Jason Michael MacIsaac of Village Sound and New York Times best-selling comic creator and Halifax girl Kate Leth! What happens when twin sisters from Cape Breton start making custom-made handbags? They garner world-wide attention when women like the Duchess of Cornwall sport their clutch.
At 7:45 we’ll have a lively conversation with Michelle and Monique of Michique, who are in Halifax to participate in Right Some Good on Spring Garden Road. Tomorrow two of the world’s best and brightest chefs face off in a culinary challenge.
At 8:15 am we’ll kick off the balck box competition featuring two of Right Some Good’s visiting chefs. We’ll reveal the top secret ingredients of the black box competition and introduce you to Chef Rich Francis and Chef Pedro Newton. And at at 8:20 we’ll get some tips on which wines will go best with some of the meals being offered this weekend. With just 30 minutes to complete the challenge, time’s up!