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Have you heard of Fortunate Ones? They are a talented duo from Newfoundland, made up of Andrew James O'Brien and Catherine Allan.
P.E.I.’s Tim Chaisson has been busy travelling the world playing his music. Now, the talented singer/songwriter has returned home to Maritime soil for a string of shows in support of his new album 'Lost In Light' and it’s available right now.
Maritime rapper Quake Matthews chats about his fourth studio album.
He used to be the lead singer of the rock band Default, now Dallas Smith has taken the Canadian country music scene by storm.
I chatted with blogger Katie-Rose Corkum about her top fashion picks from the Golden Globes.
Tip from fashion consultant and blogger Kayla Short on how to create a fabulous new wardrobe.
Ana gets a lesson in drumming from Sticks.
Ana gets a top knot tutorial from the ladies at Flaunt Salon.
Ana Almeida chats with Ian and Dave from the rock group Big Wreck.
One of my favourite things about the holidays is all the festive films. I polled my co-workers at CTV to see which seasonal flicks were their favourites.
Ugly sweaters have become a holiday staple. Ana Almeida gets tips on how to make one of your own.
I stopped by the Halifax Shopping Centre to get some gift ideas for the pop culture junkie.
Get the lowdown on what makes a man a lumbersexual.
Ana goes behind the scenes at Neptune Theatre's production of 'A Christmas Story.'
Ana heads to Mic Mac Mall to get some shopping tips to find the perfect gift for the special people in your life.
Ana gets a dance lesson from one of the pros in Symphony Nova Scotia's production of 'The Nutcracker.'
The 2014 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is currently underway in Halifax. I had the opportunity to chat with a couple of the acts performing this year.
Ana Almeida brings CTV News at 5 viewers the latest in arts, pop culture and entertainment in Section Six.