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Musician's alter ego returns with new record
When musician Tim Sheffield created the character of Clem Chesterfield a few years ago to sing the collection of country-tinged songs he’d written, he thought his whisky-sippin’, bullwhip-snappin’ alter ego would hit the trail after the record was finished.
Pembroke Community Choir produces a virtual performance
The old saying, “You don’t miss the water ’til the well runs dry” certainly applies to every single thing we haven’t been able to do for well over a year. In a positive way, this time has given us pause to reflect on things we might have taken for granted or not appreciated as fully as we should have.
Well, here we are again in another lockdown situation, and I am feeling grateful for … books! Books are great companions even in good times, and I have been enthralled with them ever since I was small — especially those with beautiful illustrations to accompany the text. The allure of gorgeous imagery beside equally engaging writing has not lost its power, and that got me thinking about the evolution of illustration in books.