Move over, Merlot

Move over, Merlot

Updated on August 22, 2014 - Fancy some Furmint? How about a nice glass of Grillo? If you’ve never heard of either, chances are you will. Wine lists are getting a makeover as producers all over the world make a play for North American palates.

After the fire

Updated at 05:03 - North Harbour is the kind of little place that seems inherently peaceful in its prettiness.The main road through is rimmed by the harbour on one side and a line...

Flex your mussels

Flex your mussels

Updated on August 22, 2014 - Alain Bosse has been cooking mussels for more than 30 years in his restaurants and wants to spread the love

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‘A bureaucratic Bermuda Triangle’

Updated at 03:32 - The CEO of a charity that hopes to build an addictions recovery centre in St. John’s hopes it can reach an agreement with the city

Cadets on ice

Updated at 03:33 - On Signal Hill Friday, the RNC cadet class of 2014 took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — the fund- and awareness raising...

Davis adds meat to campaign bones

Updated at 03:32 - It was with his familiar soft, but well-spoken tone that leadership hopeful Paul Davis conveyed his vision for the province if he’s...

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Use your teeth

Updated at 03:33 - What’s a poor regulator to do? You’re supposed to be regulating utilities in the province, but the provincial government has already tied your hands when it comes to reviewing the province’s largest utility (it’s a government-owned utility, and the....

Let the Labrador flag fly

Updated at 03:33 - The provincial government doesn’t seem to like the Labrador flag much. Surprisingly, the man speaking out on behalf of the province...

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Plenty of Newfoundlanders prepare to go camping

Updated at 03:32 - We’re not 100 per cent sure about this, but the 14 Newfoundland hockey players who will be attending National Hockey League and American Hockey League training camps could be an all-time high for this province..

They’ll be going for the Glory

Updated at 03:02 - They’ll be getting down and dirty at the second annual Glory Dash in Conception Bay North next month. It’s the second straight year...

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Living

Lovely lilies and hammock-envy

Updated at 03:33 - I have a few lilies in my garden and for the life of me I’m never sure what kind they are (except for the daylilies which I don’t really think of as lilies). It’s just one of those things that my brain refuses to absorb. Of course, that’s just because....

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S’Mores and sheepshanks

Updated at 03:33 - Summer is quickly slipping past us. As I write, it’s a beautiful night. There won’t be too many more of these warm evenings, the...

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Witty novel takes readers deep into grocery store territory

Updated at 03:33 - Taking StockBy Scott BartlettMirth Publishing364 pages  $14.99Sheldon Mason is at the nadir of his young life. His mother has died, he’s broke, jobless, creatively drained as an aspiring writer, and socially isolated. Suicide seems the only....

Read all about it

Updated on August 22, 2014 - SigningsKevin Phillips will sign copies of his book “The Bologna Cookbook” in St. John’s at the following times: Aug. 30 at...

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Community

Community Heroes: Rotarians help Shriners to help children

Updated on August 18, 2014 - The Lionpacers Group of the St. John’s Rotary Club recently presented a $1,000 cheque the Mazol Shriners. The funds will be used exclusively by the Shriners to help cover the costs of transportation to send children to either the Shriners Hospital in....

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