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Wednesday July 30, 2014

19:00 We Are The Best at Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 7:00 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 4 days left to see this film.

Rated: 14 Accompaniment (Coarse Language)
Runs: 100 minutes
Director: Lukas Moodysson
Country: Sweden
Released: 2013
Starring: Liv LeMoyne, Mads Korsgaard, Mira Grosin
Language: In Swedish with English subtitles
Awards: Winner, Tokyo Grand Prize,Tokyo International Film Festival;
Audience Award Winner, Reykjavik International Film Festival

“Swedish preteens Bobo and Klara are ready to launch their punk music careers. All they need to do is learn how to play their instruments and convert schoolmate Hedvig, a nerdy classical guitar player, from Christian to punk. Of course, no one at school appreciates their efforts, and neither does Hedvig's mom, especially after the girls give their long-tressed friend a very short haircut. The films is as much about preteen mentality - that paradoxical tendency to be hilariously overconfident and hopelessly insecure at the same time - as it is about creative aspirations. Director Moodysson has an unerring eye and ear for the early 80s - the adults, including some hippie parents, are as well rendered as the kids. It helps that he's working with three charismatic young actors. Sly, fun and irresistible.” - Susan G. Cole, Now Magazine

Advance Tickets ~ IMDB on Film ~

08:59 Charlottetown Promotes Active Transportation Through Walk Your City Project »City of Charlottetown
2014-07-30 Why drive when you can walk? That's the question the City of Charlottetown is posing
08:46 Summerside’s Taylor Sonier wins 2014 Maritime Idol Competition »The Guardian - Living
SUMMERSIDE — Victory, literally, smells sweet to Taylor Sonier. As she holds up 20 hundred-dollar bills, part of her prize package for winning the 2014 Maritime Idol Competition, she comments about their scent. “They smell like maple syrup,” says the 16-year-old, to which her dad, Allan, after ...
08:33 Summer visitors free giant P.E.I. lobster from old trap »Journal-Pioneer Local
The rescue of a massive lobster from a hidden trap off Twin Shores beach this weekend drew quite a crowd.
08:22 Transgender activists visitng P.E.I., planning demonstration »Journal-Pioneer Local
Transgendered rights activist Jennifer McCreath will be visiting P.E.I. Wednesday to attend two official P.E.I. Pride events, and to hold a flag waving event and demonstration while in the province.
06:54 Transgender community struggles for medical acceptance on P.E.I. »The Guardian - Local News
Ash Arsenault transitioning from female to male but main difficulty was been finding someone to inject testosterone, a procedure done every two weeks
06:54 Transgender community struggles for medical acceptance on P.E.I. »Journal-Pioneer Local
Ash Arsenault transitioning from female to male but main difficulty was been finding someone to inject testosterone, a procedure done every two weeks
05:46 Woman recounts tale of accident caused by beaver »The Guardian - Local News
'I had no idea beavers would take down trees so close to the road'
05:46 Woman recounts tale of accident caused by beaver »Journal-Pioneer Local
'I had no idea beavers would take down trees so close to the road'
00:36 Transgender activists visitng P.E.I., planning demonstration »The Guardian - Local News
Transgendered rights activist Jennifer McCreath will be visiting P.E.I. Wednesday to attend two official P.E.I. Pride events, and to hold a flag waving event and demonstration while in the province. She will be accompanied by Nova Scotia transgendered activist Trina Conrad of Halifax. McCreath, ...
00:12 Man on trial for assault now in jail after contacting alleged victim »The Guardian - Local News
A man who was on trial for sexual assault was sentenced to jail time last week after ignoring an order to stay away from the alleged victim. Darryl Joseph Sock won’t, however, continue with the sexual assault trial after the Crown stayed two charges against him. On Friday, provincial court ...
00:04 Seventh inning costly for P.E.I. juniors »The Guardian - Sports
Island baseball team missed opportunities to cash runs
00:04 Seventh inning costly for P.E.I. juniors »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Island baseball team missed opportunities to cash runs

Tuesday July 29, 2014

23:56 Drunk driving roundup - truck in ditch lands driver in jail »The Guardian - Local News
A man who drove his truck into a ditch while he was drunk has been sentenced to seven days in jail Monday in provincial court in Charlottetown. Blake James Buote, 28, recently appeared before Judge Nancy Orr where he pleaded guilty to failing the breathalyzer. The court heard that on June 5, ...
22:57 Charlottetown councillor in hospital after collison with girl on bicycle »The Guardian - Local News
Charlottetown city Councillor Eddie Rice was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Tuesday following a collision with an 11-year-old girl on a bicycle. The accident between Rice in his vehicle and the girl happened around 8 p.m. at the corner of York Lane and Goodwill Ave. An ambulance was ...
22:57 Charlottetown councillor in hosptal after collison with girl on bicycle »The Guardian - Local News
Charlottetown city Councillor Eddie Rice is at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at this hour following a collision with an 11-year-old girl on a bicycle. The accident between Rice in his vehicle and the girl happened around 8 p.m. at the corner of York Lane and Goodwill Ave. An ambulance was ...
22:00 Fireweed Frontage »justpictureit
photo - Fireweed Frontage

The daily commute is a very pretty part of my day.

21:55 Island summer residents free giant lobster from hidden trap »The Guardian - Local News
Ryan Palmer family, friends, relatives find submerged trap off Twin Shores beach with huge lobster caught inside and worry if setting it free will get them in trouble
21:01 Criminalizing Criticism Of Israel In Canada, from Netanyahu’s Best Friend, Steve Harper »redlikeme.ca
Well read it for yourself and post your comments. You post comments on Red Like Me by clicking on the dialogue balloon in the top left area of articles. http://www.globalresearch.ca/criminalizing-criticism-of-israel-in-canada/5376306 Does Canada really belong on this path of development. There … Continue reading
20:35 Farmer Coffee Talk , Big Showdown for “Fly Boy” John at Reddin Farm Equipment »redlikeme.ca
Farmers always have the best gossip for a number of reasons, they are all practical thinkers and always give ample consideration to business while driving back and forth on the tractors, I suppose. A couple of farmers suggested that maybe … Continue reading
20:18 Atlantic Loto To Look at Online and Offshore Gaming To Support Swollen Ranks »redlikeme.ca
Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC), who manage all the provincial lotteries for Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Market share is dwindling and offshore gaming is taking a larger chunk of online gambling. ALC offers entry … Continue reading
19:25 PharmaChoice big winner in PCE parade »Journal-Pioneer Local
ALBERTON -- The Alberton PharmaChoice float was a double winner during Saturday’s Prince County Exhibition parade. The pharmacy won for best overall float and for best theme. The theme for the fair and its parade this year was “An Old-Fashioned Fair for a New Generation."
19:08 Organizers pull out all the stops for 50th anniversary oyster festival »Journal-Pioneer Local
TYNE VALLEY -- This year’s Tyne Valley Oyster Festival is so special that organizers have been planning for it since November, 2012. That’s when the idea came about to add a Rock the Boat Music Festival into the event in celebration of the Oyster Festival’s fiftieth anniversary this year.
18:16 which way is up? »candacewoodside
As I sit enjoying a beautiful summer day from the comfort of indoor air conditioning, along with my entitled cat (affectionately named Margaret Thatcher), I’ve had some moments today to ponder directionality. Do you ever need those extra few minutes to yourself to just recharge, reset, and refocus? I do. Over the past number of […]
17:25 Day at the beach turns into rescue effort »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
Editor, We are vacationing in Summerside with my parents, who drove from Ottawa, while we drove with our two daughters from Sydney, N.S.
17:10 It’s an all-stakes program at SRW on Wednesday »Journal-Pioneer Sports
All stakes all the time is the theme at Summerside Raceway on Wednesday.
16:52 [PHOTO] Around Rick's Fish and Chips, St. Peters' »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
I mentioned earlier this month visiting Rick's Fish and Chips in St. Peter's with my parents. It's a good restaurant, scenically located.

Rick's Fish and Chips, St. Peter's #princeedwardisland #pei #stpeters #ricksfishandchips #restaurants


I quite liked the colourful patio.

Flowers and flag, Rick's Fish and Chips, St. Peter's (2) #princeedwardisland #pei #stpeters #ricksfishandchips #flags #flowers #canada


Flowers and flag, deck of Rick's Fish and Chips, St. Peter's #princeedwardisland #pei #stpeters #ricksfishandchips  #flowers #flag #canada


This neat, fenced-off house behind the restaurant also caught my eye.

House behind Rick's Fish and Chips, St. Peter's #princeedwardisland #pei #stpeters #ricksfishandchips
16:43 Three Storm camps set for August »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Island Storm has just come off a very successful overflow Summer Basketball Camp in Charlottetown last week, and three are scheduled for August.
16:42 Camp Triumph kayakers rescued off Cabot Park »Journal-Pioneer Local
Coast Guard criticized for slow response
16:42 Nova Scotia fireman helps rescue young kayakers off Cabot Park »Journal-Pioneer Local
Coast Guard criticized for slow response
16:40 Sunshine and lighter winds expected tomorrow across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Tuesday July 29th 4:30pm  A low pressure system is located north of the Gaspe Penn this afternoon with a cold front extending southward through western NB. A few showers are being reported out ahead of the front through NB and … Continue reading
16:20 Break & Enter - Residence »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Tuesday, July 29th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a residence on Lewis Point Road after receiving the report of a break and enter. Police determined entry had been gained through an open window and a purse had been stolen. CPS Identification Services were called to process the scene. Police were able to locate the missing purse in the area of Parkside Drive. The matter remains under investigation. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Charlottetown Police Services 629-4172 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.
16:11 Burning permits not valid »Journal-Pioneer Local
Fire index high, conditions dry across the province
16:05 Hugh A. Campbell Memorial Five-Mile Road Race goes Aug. 6 »Journal-Pioneer Sports
GRAHAMS ROAD – A community-minded, inventive and respected individual will be remembered here on Wednesday, Aug. 6.
16:04 Those tunnels........... (487 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
If you believed the propaganda from Wolf Blitzer and the other Western media 'presstitutes', you'd think the tunnels that Israel is using as one of the reasons for the Gaza massacre were dug by Hamas as a way to attack Israel.



Not true. The Gaza strip has been blockaded by Israel - an act of war in itself - for almost a decade, preventing almost all normal import or export trade. It's basically an open-air prison, subsisting mainly on UN relief, for 1.5 million people, 1.2 million of which were refugees that were expelled from their homes in Palestine when modern Israel was 'created' in 1947.

Jason Ditz explains.

Ed

'Israel's Blockade Was the Birth of Gaza Tunnel System
by Jason Ditz, July 27, 2014'


Israeli officials are making much of the “terror tunnels” coming out of the Gaza Strip into neighboring Israel and Egypt, and presenting the countless number as proof of Hamas’ aggressive intentions toward the two nations.

Yet a casual look at the history of the Gaza tunnel system reveals they were built not for use in war, but for use in peacetime, as a reaction to Israel’s economic blockade, which at times got so intense that simple products like chocolate and noodles were banned as “processed” foods.

The tunnels overwhelmingly go to Egypt, not Israel, and the strip’s entire economy for almost a decade has been built around bringing everything from iPods to entire automobiles into the strip underground, and away from prying eyes.

The Gaza economy is hugely dependent on the tunnels, and domestic investment in the production of new and better tunnels to import new and better products was materially the only growing sector in the Gaza Strip’s economy, to the extent that at some points, investment bubbles were formed by the desperation to get into the tunnel digging business.

During wartime, the tunnels are inevitably also used for the conflict, both as a staging ground for Hamas fighters and as a route through which to resupply. There are no alternative supply routes for anything else, either, so it is only natural the tunnels would get repurposed during an invasion.

Yet as Israel envisions the war destroying all the tunnels, the reality is that Gazans will quickly rebuild the system in their wake, as even if a period of peace is expected the Gaza economy will need equipment to rebuild.

The only realistic way to end Gaza’s tunnel craze is to eliminate its base cause, the blockade, though Israel has made clear they oppose any such deal, primarily for fear it would allow Hamas to spin the war as a “victory.” Victory or no, nearly 2 million Palestinians aren’t going to just sit in the rubble and wonder what’s going on in the outside world. If they’re not allowed out any other way, they’re going to dig....
15:59 Glenn and Becky MacArthur next Summerside family to get Habitat home »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE —Putting into the words exactly what ‘home’ means is almost impossible for Becky MacArthur.
15:54 Assault - Man Charged »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Sunday, July 27th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services responded to the area of 125 Kent Street after receiving a report that a female had been assaulted. Police located the forty-three year old Charlottetown man responsible and placed him under arrest. The male was lodged at the Provincial Correctional Center and released later on this date on a undertaking. The man will appear in Provincial Court at a later date.
15:53 UNB loses bid to have hockey discrimination case tossed »The Guardian - Sports
FREDERICTON, N.B. – A discrimination complaint over a decision by the University of New Brunswick to eliminate varsity women's hockey will proceed. The province's Labour and Employment Board has ruled against the school's effort to have the complaint thrown out. Sylvia Bryson has been fighting ...
15:43 Two Arrested - Liquor Control Act »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Sunday, July 27th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a disturbance in the area of Dorchester Street. Upon arrival, police located two intoxicated men involved in an altercation with each other. The two men were arrested and lodged at the Provincial Correctional Center until sober. The men were released from custody with each being charged for public intoxication.
15:29 Charlottetown Awards Tender for Next Stage of Wellfield Development »City of Charlottetown
2014-07-29 The City of Charlottetown is pleased to announce that the tender has been awarded
15:27 Traffic Collision - Fitzroy Street »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Saturday, July 26th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Fitzroy and Queen Streets. Island EMS and Charlottetown Fire also attend the scene. Upon arrival it was determined that no injuries were sustained by the involved parties. Police completed a collision report and exchanged information between the involved parties.
15:26 Under-18 Reds heading to softball nationals in Saskatoon »Journal-Pioneer Local
O’LEARY – The P.E.I. Scotiabank Reds have a straight-forward theme in mind as they get set to represent P.E.I. at the Canadian national under-18 female fast pitch championship in Saskatoon, Sask.
15:26 Under-18 Reds heading to softball nationals in Saskatoon »Journal-Pioneer Sports
O’LEARY – The P.E.I. Scotiabank Reds have a straight-forward theme in mind as they get set to represent P.E.I. at the Canadian national under-18 female fast pitch championship in Saskatoon, Sask.
15:22 Ain’t it just so »Island Musings
John Lennon said; “Life is what happens while you’re making other plans”
15:21 Traffic Collision - Charlottetown Permiter Highway »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Saturday, July 26th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a two vehicle collision on the Charlottetown Permiter Highway (between Brackley Point Road and Mt. Edward Road). Island EMS and Charlottetown Fire assisted at the scene. All of the involved parties were unharmed. Weather, road conditions and alcohol were not a factor in the collision. The matter remains under investigation.
15:16 How Does It Feel Presley Beatles Dylan and the Philosophy of Rock & Roll »NJN Network
Grant Maxwell's philosophical book on rock and roll is difficult but rewarding
14:59 Man Charged - Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
On Thursday, July 24th 2014 Charlottetown Police Services Street Crime Unit arrested a forty-two year old Charlottetown man for possession for the purpose of trafficking. A quantity of drugs and cash were seized at the time of the arrest. The man was charged under section 5(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and will appear in Provincial Court at a later date.
14:57 Canadians grow more pessimistic about economy, jobs... except in the West »The Guardian - Business
OTTAWA — The Conference Board says Canadians are getting increasingly pessimistic about the economy and the availability of jobs — except if they are in the booming West.The think-tank’s consumer confidence survey slid one point to 85.9 in July, the third month in a row that it has fallen.The ...
14:56 Scotiabank Legal Mauling Of PEI Blogger Takes A Hefty Toll »redlikeme.ca
Red Like Me has managed the difficulties in derailing  Scotiabank claims against the Blog and Rob McEachern for defamation. In the present circumstances where Scotiabank has asked for an adjournment, there are a number of legal issues evident. David DiPaolo … Continue reading
14:54 Chinese hacked into computers, says NRC »The Guardian - Local News
OTTAWA — Chinese hackers have infiltrated the computer systems at the National Research Council, forcing it to shut down its IT network for an extended period, the federal government revealed Tuesday.The Treasury Board Secretariat said there is no evidence that other government computer systems ...
14:21 Open Request to Minister of PEI Tourism, Please Provide The Facts on Crowbush »redlikeme.ca
While PEI has been losing millions operating its golf courses there has been effort to sell the operations. Minister of Tourism Robert Henderson has provided a number of explanations about the most recent collapsed sale of The Links At Crowbush. … Continue reading
14:08 Live, love and rejoice »Island Musings
Some of you may recall occasions I have written here about my friend Michelle.  Michelle was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma 15 years ago.  Each day brings new challenges and new reasons to rejoice and (in her words), to “thank God we are blessed with friends and family who support and love us and the connection […]
13:40 Next stage of Miltonvale wellfield development set to begin, city announces »The Guardian - Local News
Island Coastal Services will carry out the $2.3 million project, it was announced during a special meeting of city council this afternoon.
13:24 PEILCC raffle aids Stars for Life, food banks association »Journal-Pioneer Local
CHARLOTTETOWN — Two community groups will benefit from this year’s P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission wine cooler raffle.
13:24 PEILCC raffle aids Stars for Life, food banks association »Journal-Pioneer Business
CHARLOTTETOWN — Two community groups will benefit from this year’s P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission wine cooler raffle.
13:21 Did Shawn and Danny Murphy Get The Million Dollar Kiss From Phillip Watts? »redlikeme.ca
The Phillip Watts disaster story is yet to be told, another train wreck in PEI Securities Industry, cropping up everywhere. The Phillip Watts story seems to involve Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis and perhaps former MP Shawn Murphy and his brother … Continue reading
12:56 Canadians Pendrel, Batty pedal to Commonwealth gold, silver medals »The Guardian - Sports
GLASGOW – When Catharine Pendrel bumped into Canadian cycling teammate Raphael Gagne at the Commonwealth Games, Gagne made a point of thanking her. It seems not only is Pendrel one of the world's best mountain bikers, but one of the most generous as well. The 33-year-old from Kamloops, B.C., ...
12:18 Peewee Chevys fail to advance to semifinals of Moncton tournament »Journal-Pioneer Sports
MONCTON, N.B. – Despite allowing a tournament-low eight runs against in the round robin portion of the inaugural Paul (Tubby) Melanson Memorial baseball tournament, the Summerside Prodigy Chevys failed to advance to the peewee AAA semifinals.
12:11 P.E.I. Humane Society will stop taking cats into its care for two weeks »Journal-Pioneer Local
Shelter holding adoption-by-donation event this week
11:58 Anderson leads Royals past Red Sox »Journal-Pioneer Sports
RICHMOND – Eric Anderson led the Charlottetown Royals to an 11-1 triumph over the Richmond Red Sox in a P.E.I. Peewee AAA Baseball League game here recently.
11:47 Coffee coffee coffee. Hat tip to @rosieogravy for suggesting... »timothycullen.com


Coffee coffee coffee. Hat tip to @rosieogravy for suggesting this location. (at Stumptown Coffee Roasters)

11:42 The Cronut™ (at Dominique Ansel Bakery) »timothycullen.com


The Cronut™ (at Dominique Ansel Bakery)

11:41 Graham Travels: The glorious Canadian Maritimes »The Guardian - Opinion
By William Graham (guest opinion)
11:41 Lot 7 Ceilidh announces Thursday’s line-up »Journal-Pioneer Living
BURTON -- Special guests for this week’s Lot 7 Ceilidh include Edward and Ruth Fitzgerald, Rebecca King, Linda Dunn and Charles and Anne Brander. Lot 7 Ceilidhs are held in St. Mark’s Hall, North Cape Coastal Drive, Burton, Lot 7 every Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
11:39 As Canadian as the beaver »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: I am writing in response to Kevin O’Brien’s letter in the July 26 edition entitled “Blaney’s comment way over the top.” To start with, Mr. O’Brien lambastes the Conservative Party for standing up for the rights of law-abiding Canadian gun owners by cutting a considerable amount of the ...
11:37 Liberals look to fill Senate »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Premier Robert Ghiz is using the Supreme Court of Canada decision to delay appointments to the Senate in hope Justin Trudeau and the Liberals win the next federal election and fill the Senate with more Liberals. I support abolishing the Senate. P.E.I. has four MPs and four senators, yet ...
11:36 The one per cent abortion solution »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: In May 2014, the National Abortion Federation presented a business case to the P.E.I. government with the purpose of making abortion services available to women in P.E.I. The plan was cost-neutral. In other words, adopting the plan would not result in a significant amount of cost ...
11:35 Challenges, opportunities await new artistic director »The Guardian - Opinion
Adam Brazier taking on new role in fall
11:30 Why soccer is so popular »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Regarding Rick MacLean's article “Soccer's so boring.”Soccer is by far the most popular team sport in the world.One wonders why a relatively low-scoring sport is so attractive. There are several reasons. Young people like soccer because: (a) there is lots of movement (running, jumping, ...
11:11 Salerno returning to Storm for fourth season »The Guardian - Sports
The only coach in the Island Storm’s history is coming back. Joe Salerno is returning to the National Basketball League of Canada squad’s sidelines this season, the team announced Tuesday. The Storm has lost in the final the past two seasons. “I couldn’t be happier to know that I am coming back ...
11:11 Salerno returning to Storm for fourth season »Journal-Pioneer Sports
The only coach in the Island Storm’s history is coming back. Joe Salerno is returning to the National Basketball League of Canada squad’s sidelines this season, the team announced Tuesday. The Storm has lost in the final the past two seasons. “I couldn’t be happier to know that I am coming back ...
10:54 Campfire Sandwiches »Mussel Beach
(or as we Campbells refer to them, tonkas) First off, I have no idea why we called these tonka sandwiches while I was growing up, and I have no evidence to suggest anyone else has ever referred to them as such. What we called “tonka irons” are cast iron sandwich cookers on the ends of […]
10:40 Check stop results in impaired driving arrest »Journal-Pioneer Local
MURRAY HARBOUR —A check stop in Murray Harbour has resulted in an Alberta woman being arrested for impaired driving.
10:32 P.E.I.'s pet pilot »The Guardian - Living
As a private pilot, Brian Pound never knows where he'll get the call to go next. Sometimes he's transporting people; sometimes it's cargo. He has also taken to the sky to pick up some four-legged passengers — missions that lift the soul of this P.E.I. resident is passionate about people, their ...
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