Profile of Tara Bradbury

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  • Women’s film fest a truly international event

    Four hundred and eighty-six films. Five days. It’s safe to say the organizers of this year’s St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival had ...

  • Citizenship studies ...

    By the time Cécile Doo-Kingué writes her Canadian citizenship exam, she’ll have a better understanding of this country than most people who were ...

  • ‘The Cat Came Back’ for the children

    There aren’t many Canadians in their 20s and 30s who haven’t at one time wished they could find a log in the woods to crawl through into a secret ...

  • Group nominated for five Music NL awards

    The Long Distance Runners, it seems, came out of nowhere. Together for less than two years, and with only five released songs under their ...

  • Culture Days evokes mixed feelings for artists expected to donate time

    Local artists have mixed feelings about the hands-on workshops, performances, presentations and outdoor excursions being presented across the ...

  • Jane Urquhart inspired by visual imagination

    Both writers and readers, when delving into a novel, tend to picture surroundings familiar to their own experiences and lives. Because of a ...

  • Locals win at Atlantic Film Festival

    Everyone who worked on Joel Thomas Hynes’ new film, “Clipper Gold” knew from the beginning they were working on something “quite special and ...

  • Locals win at Atlantic Film Festival

    Local author-turned-filmmaker Kenneth J. Harvey walked away one of the big winners at the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax this weekend. ...

  • Busy times

    Mark O’Brien’s so busy these days, between his own film projects, helping others with theirs and shooting “Republic of Doyle,” if the only spare ...

  • ‘A natural fit’

    “Cats.” “Phantom of the Opera.” “Grease.” There are dozens of Broadway shows you don’t have to have seen to be familiar with the music. Only one ...