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Jacobs joins award-winning CTV program Cardinal

Add the award-winning series Cardinal to the impressive list of film and TV credits for Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs, as the 25-year-old from Kahnawake continues to expand her acting resume. (file photo) Even getting Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs to slow down long enough to answer questions is a challenge. Screenings, a premiere -

Stone images reflect Indigenous cultures

Stone artwork has been a part of Turtle Island for centuries, and a new exhibit celebrates the Indigenous artists engaged in the work. (Courtesy Akefen. Musee de la Civilisation) The Musée de la civilisation launched an online exhibit last Thursday called Images on Stone, highlighting the ancient rock art in Canada

Children of God opens tonight at Segal

The music will grab you, and the story will keep you for Corey Payette's residential school musical that opens tonight in Montreal. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The Eastern Door was invited to the Segal Centre Performing Arts theatre last week to catch a sneak peak of Children of God,

Reviving Kanehsatà:ke Radio moving toward dials

Mike Mathieu, Alex Beaupré, and Sylvain "Syd" Gaspé are part of the Reviving Kanehsatá:ke Radio group looking to get the community's voice back on the airwaves. (Natalia Fedosieieva, The Eastern Door) The second Reviving Kanehsatà:ke Radio (RKR) meeting was held in the United Church in Kanesatake Tuesday, to provide an update

Parties coming, time to make the face shine

With care, you can make your face a work of art. With impatience, it can go a totally different way. (Karihwenha:wi Kirby, The Eastern Door) Karihwenha:wi Kirby Special to The Eastern Door Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. With the holiday parties right around the corner, having the perfect Christmas

Fashionista flare shines after dark in Cornwall

(From left to right) Starlyn Oakes, Daisy Lahache, Jenna Thompson and Kendall Horn were among the models decked out by Onkwehón:we designers at the Fashion After Dark runway show in Cornwall last weekend. (Courtesy Laurie Gardner) While the light faded on the horizon Saturday, the floodlights at the Port Theatre in

Eric “Dirt” McComber on stardom and Hollywood

Eric "Dirt" McComber is home and happy to be back where he’s comfortable, cutting up a deer in his back yard away from the glitz and glamour of the film festival circuit. (Lachlan Madill, The Eastern Door) Since it was released this summer, the movie Dirt McComber: Last of the Mohicans,

Embrace the winter, read a book, head north

  The mercury has dropped, and it is time to embrace winter for all it is worth. Either that or complain and be miserable. It’s your choice. With lower temperatures outside comes the ideal opportunity to raise the heat inside, get yourself cozy, and dive into a book. This year, there’s a perfect

Honouring life and legacy of a local saint

The McGill Chamber Orchestra (MCO) and Indigenous producers after their performance at the St. Francis Xavier Mission. From left to right: Alejandro Ronceria, choreographer, Mohawk violinist Tara-Louise Montour, Boris Brott, artistic director and MCO conductor, Indigenous dancer Julianne Blackbird, Mohawk actress Kennedy Bomberry, and Odawa composer Barbara Croall. (Natalia Fedosieieva, The

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