August 26, 2014 11:28 am

Wednesday August 27th on The Morning News  

Imagine looking better by just resting comfortably.  At 6:45 we chat with the owner of Maska Skin Care –  a Nova Scotia company that offers collagen gel masks to improve dull, tired and wrinkled skin – even skin that’s seen a little too much sun.

At 7:15 we’ll meet a guest who has met many challenges on the court at Dalhousie and is now meeting another challenge head-on off the court. Legendary Dalhousie coach and NS Sport Hall of famer Carolyn Savoy was diagnosed with terminal cancer back in May but continues to fight and is defying the doctors death sentence that gave her months, maybe weeks to live. We’ll get her inspiring story and learn how she’s leaning on her own advice to never quit, a trait she instilled in so many of her players.

The Atlantic Fringe Festival kicks off this weekend and at 7:45 Kevin Kindred gives us a preview of this enormous opportunity for entertainment – 60 shows over 10 days.   Last year, the event shattered all past attendance records!

At 8:15 we’ll drop a little toilet humour as we sit down with award winning author Vernon Oickle to talk about his new book The Nova Scotia Outstanding Outhouse Reader! Don’t let the title fool you, this book is full of interesting facts about Nova Scotia from sports to history and all points in between.

See what’s cool in school at 8:45 with a wee fashion show.  Bib N’ Tucker has been a tastemaker in quality children’s clothing in Halifax since 1976.  We chat with Leisa Sabine about what’s hot for fall.
Halifax-Morning-News

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