The voice of Lucknow-raised singer Natalie Irwin has a tendency to cut through all the noise. One moment, you're catching up with friends on the patio at the Riverview Eatery
The Save Historic Ball's Bridge and Little Lakes Road community group is making a concerted effort to protect the unique piece of Huron County known as the Little Lakes area from the encroaching expansion of an aggregate mining operation.
This past weekend, visitors to the Blyth Campground had a chance to travel back in time at the 62nd Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association (HPTHA) Reunion.
Andrew Moodie's much-anticipated stage show depicting the life of 19th-century inventor Elijah McCoy - The Real McCoy - opened at Blyth Memorial Hall last weekend, and audiences have been left impressed by the powerful new production.
The weekend of Aug. 24-26 was the 15th Music in the Fields (MitF) - the annual end-of-summer celebration that transforms the pastoral landscape of a field in Lucknow into a heady three-day melange of camping, country culture and music.
There's been talk around the town of Blyth recently about the unusual addition of an unkempt bed to Memorial Hall's Bainton Gallery.
Between his summer full of shows and his impending acoustic tour in the United Kingdom in September, Tyler Joe Miller is going to squeeze in a set at Lucknow's Music in the Fields festival
As Lucknow's Music in the Fields fast approaches, The Citizen connected with up-and-coming country star Mackenzie Leigh Meyer by phone to talk about her upcoming performance at the beloved country music festival.
In celebration of a Sunday night of no particular significance, The Citizen had dinner at Goderich's newest restaurant. The team at Cork & Coast, led by Brussels native and chef Wyatt Ducharme...
This past weekend, Goderich's Harbour Park was filled with the spirit of the ancients as it played host to the 31st annual Celtic Roots Festival.
The success of Sophia Fabiilli's Liars at a Funeral and now Matt Murray's The Chronicles of Sarnia feels like an appropriate counterweight to what's going on with The Donnellys: A Trilogy over on the Blyth Festival's Harvest Stage.
Remember when Titanic was the biggest movie in the world? It made over one billion dollars and yet, we all knew how it would end: the boat sinks.
On Aug. 18, Lucknow-based musician Scott Chow will be the latest musical performer in this summer's hottest culinary event/concert series - Fired Up Fridays at Grassroots Wood Fired Pizza.
If you live in Huron County and have listened to the radio in the past five years, you're probably already familiar with the music of Alberta-born Aaron Goodvin.
Recently, the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts handed out Dora Mavor Moore Awards for the 43rd time, honouring the best in Toronto theatre over the course of the previous year.
The title of the first installment in The Donnellys: A Trilogy is Sticks and Stones, evoking the well-known, "sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me."
Morris-Turnberry Council is providing a variety of support for the Bluevale Homecoming Committee in advance of the 170th celebration being planned for next year.
The Tanner Steffler Foundation was part of what was a great day for Seaforth on Saturday, as the Seaforth Summerfest took over the town's main street, followed by the return of the foundation's Six String Music Fest...
These kids came to the Brussels Market on Friday to win some money and eat some watermelon and, in just a matter of minutes, it looked like they were almost out of watermelon.
Last Saturday, the weekly Goderich Farmers' Market in The Square was joined by the Festival of Arts and Crafts - an event full of local artisans selling paintings, textile crafts, jewelry, recycled art and more.
What started as a small, grassroots effort to engage the youth of Blyth has grown into one of the biggest and most dynamic recreation opportunities in the village in recent years with the Blyth Kids Club.
The Blyth Festival premiere of Sticks and Stones feels like a key that has found its lock at the Harvest Stage after the Festival got so close in the last two years.
After three years of cancellations, reschedulings and further cancellations, the Blyth Festival Art Gallery opened its first professional season on Friday night with an exhibition of photography by Lucknow-based photographer Hannah Dickie...