The revival of the Blyth Rutabaga Festival continues to gain momentum after a special event saw approximately 100 people show up to help shape the future of the event.
Goderich Little Theatre, under the guidance of Director Duncan McGregor of Blyth, is looking at the Great Depression through a very local lens in its production of Ten Lost Years.
The play, which is a heavily-modified version of the 1970...
The Mudmen are returning to Blyth this November for a show at Memorial Hall. This comes after the band has made major in-roads with fans in the area with performances in Blyth, Kincardine and at last year s International Plowing Match in Walton.
The Citizen presents its annual look at the people behind the productions at the Blyth Festival. From the volunteers to the Artistic Director and the writers to the actors, theatregoers can find interesting stories about everyone involved in the Festival.
The Huron Arts and Heritage Network handed out its annual Cultural Awards on Friday night at Memorial Hall and a number of local projects and people were honoured.
Transfigured Town recently announced that Bonnie Wright, an English actress who appeared in the Harry Potter film franchise, will be attending the Festival of Wizardry in Blyth this year.
Jim and Lois Lee will be closing Cinnamon Jim s in Brussels for good on Dec. 30, but plan to go out with a bang with what they re calling The Last Polka.
On Saturday, Cowbell Brewing Co. will open its doors to Blyth residents for the first time with a barbecue and all six of its Founders Series beers on tap.
To celebrate the year that was, The Citizen is looking to recognize those who contributed to the Photo of the Day portion of our website throughout 2016.
Readers are being asked to choose one photo from a selection of 12, one from...
After years of planning, research and development, the wheels of Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company are now officially in motion with a plan to construct a craft brewery in Blyth at the southeast corner of London Road and County Road 25.
Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company presented the details of one of the most ambitious projects the village has seen in recent memory on Thursday night at a special invitation-only event.
Work is underway on the Blyth Festival project The Fighting 61st, but those involved with the play will tell you that they ve just begun to scratch the surface.
The East Street Station in Goderich has had new life breathed into it once more as FauxPop Media has bought the structure and is looking to turn the site into a cultural and creative hub in the community.
Mary s Wedding is a heartwarming tale of a woman and the man she loves fighting in a war overseas that ends in an expected way, leaving the audience reeling.
Fury, the third of the four main-stage plays at the Blyth Festival sought to tell an incredible local story however it missed the mark in several ways.