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Monday March 2, 2015

07:34 Parks Canada gets out of trail grooming »The Guardian - Local News
For the past few winters, Islanders have needed to blaze their own trail to cross-country ski, hike or snowshoe in the Prince Edward Island National Park.Winter-loving volunteers have been clearing ski trails in national parks on their own time, stepping into the vacuum left by federal ...
07:31 Steven Myers staying on as Opposition leader »The Guardian - Local News
He might have a new boss in the PC Party, but MLA Steven Myers will hold on to one of his old jobs for a little longer.Soon after taking to the stage for his victory speech, new party leader Rob Lantz announced he wanted Myers to stay on as opposition leader.“He has been a key member of our PC ...
06:17 Snow ending later today then turning colder for PEI. »peistormchaser
Monday March 2nd 6:15am.. A low pressure system in the Gulf of Maine this morning will intensify as it tracks NE passing along the east coast of NS today then into Newfoundland tonight. The snow will taper to flurries late … Continue reading
01:00 Thank God It Has Come And The Frost's Going »Gen X at 40

Sunday March 1, 2015

23:51 Aces in deep hole in junior C semifinal series »The Guardian - Sports
TIGNISH – The defending-champion Tignish Perry’s Construction Aces are in a big hole in the Razzy’s P.E.I. Junior C Hockey League playoffs.The Aces dropped a 5-3 decision on home ice Sunday night to fall behind the Belfast Sabres 2-0 in the best-of-five semifinal series. The Sabres will go for ...
23:27 P.E.I. athletes enjoy time as Games come to close »The Guardian - Sports
Mark Morrison was so focused on his race he didn't notice the hundreds of people along the snowboard cross course until he passed the finish line. The Saturday afternoon run in Prince George, B.C., was the highlight of the Canada Games for the 16-year-old Montague resident. "I'm not used to ...
23:06 Aces in deep hole »Journal-Pioneer Sports
TIGNISH – The defending-champion Tignish Perry’s Construction Aces are in a big hole in the Razzy’s P.E.I. Junior C Hockey League playoffs.
22:32 Ellis records two points for Bulldogs »Journal-Pioneer Sports
UTICA, N.Y. – Defenceman Morgan Ellis of East Bideford had a goal and an assist to help the Hamilton Bulldogs to a road win on Sunday.
22:03 WildCats complete sweep »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Mid-Isle WildCats are moving on to the championship series of the P.E.I. Midget AAA Female Hockey League.
21:18 Casey rink beats Team Canada at the Brier »The Guardian - Sports
CALGARY — It was a weekend of nail-biting games for P.E.I.’s Adam Casey rink.Casey, third stone Josh Barry, second stone Anson Carmody and lead Robbie Doherty played three close games, including one just to qualify for the main draw of the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier.Casey defeated Team Canada’s ...
21:00 Valentines Day Storm 2015 5 »justpictureit
photo - Valentines Day Storm 2015  5

The storm was vicious and brought a lot of snow that had to be dealt with. It did show its pretty side though so here are some captures of winter beauty and textures. Couldn't figure out why this didn't show up yesterday. Surprisingly, I had it queued for March 1, 2016. .

20:23 Jack Frost organizers couldn’t have asked for better weekend »The Guardian - Local News
The Jack Frost Children’s Winterfest was nothing short of what organizers could have wished for this year. Great weather and large crowds filled the two sites through the weekend as organizers estimated attendance numbers similar to last year’s approximate 10,000. Project manager Laurel Lee ...
20:12 Flurry of feedback »Journal-Pioneer Local
Summerside couple’s effort to dig out after a snowstorm brings worldwide attention
19:54 DeWolfe repeats as boys champion, Maria Doyle takes girls title »Journal-Pioneer Sports
At 16 and Under curling provincials
19:54 DeWolfe, Doyle under-16 provincial curling titles »Journal-Pioneer Sports
O’LEARY – Maria Doyle’s Silver Fox rink peaked at just the right time Sunday.
19:50 Number of vintage cars lost in Brackley fire »The Guardian - Local News
Owner asking clients to contact him regarding state of their vehicles
19:22 Election fever is in the air »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
For the province’s Progressive Conservatives, Saturday was a momentous day.
18:21 UPDATED: Caps snap losing streak »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside Western Capitals faint playoff hopes are still alive.
18:16 Jinks leading by example »The Guardian - Sports
Connor Jinks was recognized Saturday for his sportsmanship on the Canada Games squash courts. Referees selected him from the 48-player pool. “It was a great honour,” Jinks said. “I tried to be as respectful as I could.” This was the second Games experience for the 16-year-old Stratford ...
18:16 Jinks leading by example »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Connor Jinks was recognized Saturday for his sportsmanship on the Canada Games squash courts. Referees selected him from the 48-player pool. “It was a great honour,” Jinks said. “I tried to be as respectful as I could.” This was the second Games experience for the 16-year-old Stratford ...
17:45 Panthers fall to SMU in AUS women's basketball championship »The Guardian - Sports
HALIFAX – Laura Langille had 17 points and Emma Valikoski chipped in with 16 to lead the Saint Mary’s Huskies to the Atlantic University Sport women’s basketball championship today. The Huskies beat the UPEI Panthers 59-51 to claim the title. For the Panthers, Laura Power led the team with 13 ...
17:45 UPDATED: Panthers fall to SMU in AUS women's basketball championship »The Guardian - Sports
A couple of missed shots on one end; a couple of shots made at the other. UPEI women's basketball coach Mark English said that was the difference on Sunday as the Panthers fought hard but fell 59-51 to the Saint Mary's Huskies in the Atlantic University Sport championship game in Halifax. "A ...
17:22 Paul Williams is Still Alive » from peter rukavina

Last night on Netflix I came upon a movie called Paul Williams: Still Alive and, more intrigued, I must say, by the typeface on the poster than by any strong memory of Paul Williams, I started to watch.

And then, all of a sudden, my childhood started to flood back.

Paul Williams, it turns out, was a part of almost every piece of pop culture during my childhood through the 1970s and 1980s, a pop culture that is perhaps best encapsulated in this 1978 episode of Hollywood Squares, one that featured Harvey Korman, Rose Marie, Loretta Lynn, Melissa Gilbert, George Gobel, Karen Lynn Gorney, John Amos, and Paul Lynde. And Paul Williams.

Through that collection of stars you get everything: the Dick Van Dyke Show, Good Times, Little House on the Prairie, Carol Burnett. Throw in a couple of Love Boat episodes and you’ve touched on all the TV we watched as kids.

Oh, and by the way, Paul Williams wrote the lyrics to the Love Boat theme.

And, of course, much of the American songbook over those decades, including Rainbow Connection, and Rainy Days and Mondays.

And, more recently, Touch, from the Daft Punk album Random Access Memories.

You see Paul Williams, as the film’s title suggests, is very much alive.

And in making a movie about him, Kessler has also made a movie about my childhood. And my adulthood. And about friendship and taking risks and rising again.

It’s a wonderful watch, and I highly recommend that you seek it out.

15:26 Fuel prices rise again »Journal-Pioneer Local
Propane only product not affected
15:00 PEI Premier In Immediate Requirement Ministry of Image (Reconstructive) »
Recently parachuted into the Premier’s office in PEI, Wade Maclaughlan has indicated his priorities are handouts, people and engagement followed by improving the image of PEI. After one week he has covered the first three bases, that was easy. Within one day of making himself the Minister of Finance in addition to being Premier, Mclaughlan … Continue reading PEI Premier In Immediate Requirement Ministry of Image (Reconstructive)
14:55 MacDougall-coached UNB begins AUS men’s hockey final Monday »Journal-Pioneer Sports
FREDERICTON – The UNB Varsity Reds are back in familiar territory.
14:53 TOSH teams play sr. AAA semifinals Monday »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – Three Oaks Senior High School will take to the floor at the UPEI Sports Centre on Monday night.
14:40 PEI Conservative Party Ready To Sweep PEI »
The writing is on the wall and the letters are ten feet tall, a unified and emboldened PEI Consevative Party of PEI, emerged from a leadership convention behind  local developer, Mr. Rob Lantz, of Charlottetown. Lantz enjoyed a clear victory over two other contestants in what has been a very congenial leadership and party rebuilding. … Continue reading PEI Conservative Party Ready To Sweep PEI
14:36 Doyle vs Moerike, Gallant vs DeWolfe in U16 girls, boys curling finals »Journal-Pioneer Sports
O’LEARY -- Maria Doyle’s Silver Fox rink left it until the semi-finals to pick up their first win in the Curl P.E.I. Girls Provincial 16 and Under championship Sunday at the Maple Leaf Curling Club here, knocking off the previously undefeated Kristie Rogers Cornwall rink 7-6 in an extra end.
14:33 UPDATED: Knights, Jaguars claim provincial basketball titles »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Grace Christian girls defeat Montague; François Buote boys win over Miscouche
14:31 Athena sweeps bronze-medal games »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The host Athena Hawks swept the bronze-medal games in the P.E.I. School Athletic Association midget A basketball championships on Saturday.
14:19 Globe and Mail Peel Back Layers of PEI Corruption, Questions Everywhere »
We suppose the Globe and Mail story about the PEI Gaming Committee is a great example of investigative journalism, in its initial phase. The breadth and depth of PEI corruption serves as a well articulated background to the Globe and Mail’s Robyn Doolittle and Jane Taber article, raising substantial questions at many levels. The full … Continue reading Globe and Mail Peel Back Layers of PEI Corruption, Questions Everywhere
13:00 Radio-Canada host lending voice to Acadian Entrepreneurs' Gala »The Guardian - Business
For a third consecutive year, Radio-Canada Acadie is lending the voice of its “Le Réveil” morning show host Denis Duchesne to the Acadian and Francophone Chamber of Commerce of P.E.I. to the 13th Acadian Entrepreneurs’ Gala. “We are extremely lucky to have once again obtained this in-kind ...
12:50 EEOC and Defense Support Services/PAE Conciliate Discrimination Charges »NJN Network
Federal Agency issues reasonable cause finding against PAE subsidiary on Retaliation Charge
10:51 Queen Charlotte, Stonepark teams advance to midget AA finals »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The gold-medal games in the P.E.I. School Athletic Association midget AA basketball championships will be all-Charlottetown matchups.
10:27 P.E.I. fuel prices continue climb »The Guardian - Local News
Fuel prices continue their steady climb upwards on Prince Edward island with another round of hikes announced over night. As a result of an Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission decision effective at 12:01 a.m. today, gasoline prices have increased by 4.0 cents per litre (cpl). But that’s ...
10:00 Target Tours acquires Capture The Spirit Tour Service »The Guardian - Business
Target Tours has acquired the Capture The Spirit Tour Service, a P.E.I. receptive tour company. A spokesman for Target Tours says this latest acquisition makes the company a full-service touring company and the largest touring company in P.E.I. Target Tours has been taking Maritimers away to ...
09:22 Latex Masks available this year! »The Monkey Rodeo
This post is a little premature, but I wanted to post something. I decided this year I'd start selling regular latex masks in my shop. I've been meaning to for some time now, but there was just never the time or something else always came up. I don't know.

These here are the first group that'll be going up for sale. The lower centre one is a test painting version that I'll be keeping for myself.

The idea with this shape came from seeing some LARP orc masks, no full neck with the chin and lower lip cut out - it means no Batman neck and you can totally eat, drink, whatever without the mask interfering and depending on the colouring, it can blend in decently well to give the illusion of a prosthetic. I thought it was brilliant and since I hadn't really settled on a specific design or methodology behind what masks I'd make, this was my starting point.

Things just keep coming up and taking up more of my time than I'd planned so I just haven't been able to crank these things out like I'd planned. But the mould is all done and I'm going to do them in small runs - since I don't have the space to keep a pile of them around and stored properly.

I'm planning two versions of this mask, haven't decided on a name yet, there'll be a caucasian flesh toned version - meaning it should blend in naturally with worn to the wearers exposed chin and neck. And I'll be doing up a red version, which I can supply some red creme makeup with to make it ready to wear right out of the box, the customers won't have to buy anything additional.

They're designed off an average sized male head, so that's who they'll fit. They might require a little padding in the back of the head since it can slide forward, impossible to fix that any other way since it'd require the mask be skin tight (and utterly uncomfortable). It's an issue I've noticed with all latex masks.

I'll be offering up blanks for sale as well, I know there are some folks out there that like getting them just to practice or they like customizing these things themselves. The finished versions will be $90 (plus shipping) and the blanks will be $45. I'll only be making about 20 of them at most I think, all depends.

So I'm hoping the rest of this week goes as planned, amidst sculpting other stuff, organizing photo shoots and actually doing them, to some small custom jobs, we'll just have to see what happens.

Since I'm only selling them in small runs, I may only sell them on Etsy, but with a link from my own website, it's easier when selling small numbers. I'll play it by ear for now I think and see how it all works.

I'm also planning to do female versions as well possibly, or at least do masks fitted for women (or smaller heads). These are way too large for the average female head so I thought I'd do up male and female versions.

I think they might go over decently well in the Haunted Attraction community as an alternative to makeup. They're easy to slip on and off, if cared for could last years - way cheaper than silicone masks so it's less of an investment. As awesome as silicone masks are, I know not every Haunted Attraction can afford more than a couple before it's just too expensive unfortunately.

By Friday you might see four of them online for sale, all depends on how this week shapes up. And over the course of the year I'm hoping to release 5 more different masks, 3 male sized ones and 3 female sized ones - and of course one of those sets will be an obligatory zombie design.
08:56 Machu Picchu Peru »NJN Network
The classic lost city of Machu Picchu caught in a perfect photograph
08:56 Mystery of Machu Picchu Peru »NJN Network
The classic lost city of Machu Picchu caught in a perfect photograph
08:35 Sunny start today but more snow expected tomorrow for PEI… »peistormchaser
Sunday March 1st 8:30am… Welcome to March which is also the first day of Meteorological spring, but it sure doesn’t seem like it by looking out the window…. An area of high pressure currently centered near Cape Cod will continue … Continue reading
08:20 MacGrath defeats Arsenault by unanimous decision »Journal-Pioneer Sports
HALIFAX – Matt MacGrath defeated Richard Arsenault in a mixed martial arts (MMA) bout at the Halifax Forum on Saturday night.
08:11 A cash economy »Island Musings
Over the years, and due to the onerous tax structure, the cash economy has grown by surprising amounts. Otherwise honest and honourable people don’t blink an eye at evading taxes by paying cash for goods and services. Our overlords have not understood the law of diminishing returns. As envelopes of cash are passed the phrase […]
07:59 Lynx take opener vs. Falcons »Journal-Pioneer Sports
In P.E.I. Junior C Hockey League semifinals
07:41 Quick start keys Falcons’ win in Game 1 »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Island Junior Hockey League playoffs get underway
07:14 Daily Specials for Sunday, March 1, 2015 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Sunday, March 1, 2015 are:

  • Chicken Noodle Soup $4.99
  • Breakfast sampler Plate...12.99 This hearty breakfast has a taste of many breakfast-t items such as: potato cake topped with a poached egg and hollandaise sauce, 1/2 sausage, 2 slices bacon, baked beans and a pancake with caramelized apples.

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440



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