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  • Singing all the way

    Christmas has long been a special time of year for the Ennis Sisters, and one they’ve always celebrated with music, from the time they were ...

  • ‘Scrooge’ has become a local Christmas tradition

    Entertainment, a bit of the Christmas spirit, a generous outlook — of all the elements theatregoers can take from Peter MacDonald Productions’ ...

  • Mary’s the hero

    In Newfoundland and Labrador folklore, there’s a hero: Jack. He’s unassuming, witty, observant, naive, generous, brave and can master any ...

  • Recalling Christmases past

    If you’re a Ward 2 resident in St. John’s, you know councillor Frank Galgay is your go-to guy for all things city hall-related. Galgay’s also ...

  • Food critic receives award from restaurant association

    Karl Wells has had a love of restaurants as far back as he can remember, and a fascination with professional kitchens and creative chefs. His ...

  • Fall colours bloom on Michael Kilburn’s canvas

    It’s perhaps natural that the president of a cosmetics company might retire as an artist. Michael Kilburn took up painting as a hobby while he ...

  • Festival of New Dance serves up a buffet of shows

    Hungry for dance? Place your order, and participants in this year’s Festival of New Dance will serve it up.Eroca Nicols’ “Made to Order,” a ...

  • Busy week ahead

    What is it that makes Newfoundland and Labrador musicians so unique? Long winters, according to one Toronto music manager. “I believe that long ...

  • Art bought in hours, not dollars

    Dreamed of owning an original piece of art but not able to pay the prices they often fetch at auction?Instead of cash, donate your time to a ...

  • Where we live

    Jean-Claude Roy’s home studio in St. Philip’s is much like the artist himself — bright, vibrant and covered in oil paint. An easel holds an ...