Profile of David Whalen

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  • Rolling to the finish

    When 40-year-old Steve Hennessey decided nine weeks ago that he wanted to run the Tely 10 for the first time, he had no idea video of him ...

  • MUN remains mum on search for new president

    Nearly seven months after Memorial University president Axel Meisen left the post prematurely to take up a job in Alberta, the institution ...

  • A decade of controversy

    When his book "The IRA and its Enemies: Violence and Community in Cork, 1916-1923" came out 10 years ago, historian and St. John's native Peter ...

  • Bean boom brewing

    There's a black liquid boom going on in St. John's, and it's got nothing to do with oil. Well, that's not entirely true. The boom might actually ...

  • Motorcycle sales rev up

    For Darryl Young, there's something indescribable about being on a motorcycle, alone on an open road. "You get out there on the road and there's ...

  • ATV retailers tired out

    The city's ATV dealers are nearing wit's end. For years, they have had to deal with the headaches associated with growing mounds of ATV tires on ...

  • Suffering through seizures

    Sitting in the living room of his home in St. John's, 17-year-old Joey Callanan remembers the toll epileptic seizures took on his education. His ...

  • Companies hope to hop on potash bandwagon

    Business - Newfoundland and Labrador may soon become Canada's third province with a significant potash industry. The St. George's Basin on the ...

  • New arts magazine boost local talent

    Culture - The latest addition to the St. John's arts media scene is a family affair. Sleeveen Magazine, a 36-page arts magazine launched in ...

  • Sweet success

    Dr. Jonathan O'Dea owes his 2008 Arts and Letters Award to a caramel apple in a store in St. Petersburg, Fla. That, and a lot of talent. O'Dea, a ...