Eating Your Way Through the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia

Let Your Taste Buds Lead the Way
When outsiders think of Nova Scotia travel, it’s likely Halifax and the lighthouse coast that first come to mind. But just over an hour’s drive from the airport lies the Annapolis Valley, offering pastoral scenery with trees that burst into glowing color in the fall, and a surprising wealth of culinary adventuring you can enjoy on any budget.

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The Beauty of Baroque at Toronto’s Opera Atelier

30 years of dressing performance.

Against all odds, Toronto’s Marshall Pynkoski and Jeannette Lajeunesse Zingg have made a career out of works from the baroque era. With their Opera Atelier, a period opera and ballet company, the founding co-artistic directors and couple are a case study in living your art. Pynkoski, who directs the productions, and Lajeunesse Zingg, who choreographs as well as dancing with a full corps de ballet, have been on a journey three decades in the making. This fall, their company’s production of Mozart Don Giovanni runs from October 31 to November 9 at the Ed Mirvish Theatre.

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