Profile of Tara Bradbury

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  • Shedding light on the mystery

    Artist April White’s current works are an exploration of the nostalgia and melancholy that come with memory loss. Her latest pieces are stark and ...

  • Author helps people develop self-compassion

    Years ago, when Ruth Fishel began teaching meditation to women in prison and in a halfway house in Massachusetts, it didn’t take too long before ...

  • Fascinated by flight

    By Tara BradburyThe TelegramHeather Stemp’s new novel is one part genealogy, one part history and a little flight of fancy.“Amelia and Me” ...

  • ‘Pursuing Memory’

    By Tara BradburyThe TelegramThere’s something about memory that intrigues artist Audrey Feltham. Specifically, what exactly our brain chooses to ...

  • Scarred by murder

    Like an indelible stain, an etching on the heart, the memory of getting the news of their son’s murder is something Kate and David Bagby will ...

  • Kids explore anti-bullying theme onstage

    It’s not easy being the ugly duckling, both metaphorically and onstage.When you’re playing the lead role in a musical based on the classic Hans ...

  • Residents help Shannon Tweed-Simmons locate her father’s grave

    Having spent more than 30 years as supervisor of Mount Pleasant Cemetery in St. John’s, Lester Stoyles has participated in the burials of ...

  • In search of her father’s grave

    When Shannon Tweed-Simmons came back to Newfoundland this week, she had her family on her mind. With her husband, KISS frontman Gene Simmons, ...

  • Love of fashion forges a lifetime of stories

    Growing up in Virginia, Siobhan (Bunny) McDonough spent many a summer in St. John’s. Her mother, Janet Watkins, is from St. John’s, and McDonough ...

  • Making bread, … (not bombs)

    When it comes to a flat canvas, oftentimes, there’s only so much you can say. With an artist book, drawing a viewer in is more vivid, more ...