Profile of Susan Flanagan

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  • Lego epiphany

    The Lego brick as we know it was only patented in 1958 by Ole Kirk Christiansen. Christiansen invented Lego in Denmark in 1949. Since then, ...

  • Power outrage

    Luckily, they were staying in a fully furnished apartment when they arrived. I don’t think they were too keen on venturing outside for ...

  • A mile of children

    Edward Furlong, a mechanic superintendent for St. John`s city council, met Loretta Flynn in the 1930s at what was then called a basket party (now ...

  • God bless the hurlers

    The cows moo deeply (muuuuh) as I glide by on an old upright clunker bike I borrowed from the reception desk at Castlemartyr Resort where we’re ...

  • Otherworldly Iceland

    First of all, Icelandair offers up to seven-night stopovers at no extra cost (icelandair.com). Tidbits of information come up on the TV screens ...

  • Gotta buy me moose

    Surprise Child: “Mom, How do bones grow out of the heads of mooses and caribous?” National Geographic cruise ship passenger at Salmonier Nature ...

  • Giving thanks for those who watch over us

    Last week, I met a man named Solomon Welcher eating his Thanksgiving dinner outside ICU in the Health Sciences. He joined my sister and me at a ...

  • C2C Speaker Series: see you there

    A race like the Penney Mazda Cape to Cabot takes months of planning under the watchful eye of race director extraordinaire Steve Delany. In fact ...

  • Viva Renews

    This past August, five ladies discovered that you don’t have to go far to have a good time. For their getaway, they chose to go to Newfoundland’s ...

  • A whirlwind trip

    The difference, however, lies in the fact Spillars Cove has only one square kilometre of house-covered land. That’s 65 people in thirty-something ...