- It was Sandwich Day, Candy Day and Jellyfish Day, but I don’t suggest you combine those together directly…
- You bet your bottom dollar, it’s Cliche Day. This is the only day where they cannot be objected to, so make the most of it.
- Today was Japanese Culture Day, a day to celebrate their contributions to music, art, literature, philosophy and more!
- And, of course, it’s United States Election Day. Wish our neighbours well; it’s been a trying time, and this might signal a positive change.
- I released an audio drama that I produced on Friday (What Was It?), but that meant that I wasn’t able to repeat my celebration of the day interview with Jack Ward of Mutual Audio Network and The Sonic Society from 2014. So, here it is!
- And coming up on November 27 at The Charlotte Street Arts Centre will be the album release for Sleepy Driver Presents Northeastern Chorus. I spoke to Peter Hicks about this project earlier this year. I also included a couple of tracks from the album: Bar Nuts and Sauvignon Blanc and The Last Chord.
- It’s the last chance to catch Dinner and a Show: “Let’s Fall In Love”, a production of Spearhead Theatre Company at 5:30pm in Maxwell’s at The Crowne Plaza-Lord Beaverbrook. It’s a bubble table of 4 people. with a 4-course meal and a play featuring Jacob Martin and Kelly McAllister as two friends who met on a dating app just before the pandemic hit. Get your tickets quick on EventBrite.
- Unfortunately, the final performance of the other Dinner and a Show: “Know Brunswick?” has been cancelled for this Wednesday night.
- New Brunswick Public Health reported no new cases of COVID-19 yesterday afternoon.
- Matthew Vincent Raymond insists he didn’t stage evidence about his delusions at his trial yesterday.
- A ribbon-cutting was held in St. Stephen this weekend to celebrate the first two-kilometres of the Coastal Link Trail Project.
- RCMP is turning to the public for help locating two missing 15-year-olds from Miramichi.
- The already-postponed Jeux de l’Acadie Finals could end up being pushed back another year.
- Ottawa is spending another $204-million to help First Nations deal with the pandemic.
- And after months of campaigning, American voters will learn who will be president for the next four years.