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  • Release your stories!

    When this year’s festival opens Saturday, there’ll be no shortage of opportunities for people to participate in the stories, either as a teller ...

  • Cuffer Prize shortlist announced

    "This year, in particular, I was really glad to read entries from so many established authors. It speaks to the Cuffer Prize's legitimacy and ...

  • ‘The Grand Seduction’ to feature at opening gala

    Still, Mark Critch is particularly nervous about tonight’s screening in his hometown as part of the St. John’s International Women’s Film ...

  • Success from the side

    The song was “The Penny Fair’s in the Cove” — a tune he’s heard his dad sing a hundred times since — and his father was strumming a guitar, ...

  • Stepping up with Shrek

    The show has all the themes of a traditional fairytale — good versus evil, love and friendship — but it’s also got an anti-bullying message. ...

  • Repartee at the Rockhouse Friday

    The St. John’s-based pop-synth band has been touring the mainland, as far west as Ontario, and will perform their first show in their hometown ...

  • Living with Death, Part 4: A brush with the afterlife

    Norman is a retired teacher and a musician who, at age 63, spends a lot of his time outdoors near Gambo, where he grew up and still lives with ...

  • Close to their hearts

    “I guess we just love giving,” explains guitarist Rhonda Stamp.When the band goes on a provincewide Arts and Culture Centre tour next week, their ...

  • Living with Death, Part 3: Looking at ‘the care side’

    “My father did his last funeral, that’s how we say it, on a Thursday, and I came in (the following) Monday to look after his funeral ...

  • Living with Death, Part 2: Focusing on the future

    Rowe had been called to the death bed of a parishioner; a gentleman he didn’t really know too well, who had been ill for a while and was intent ...