Profile of Tara Bradbury

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  • Summer show ready to roll

    Armed with a pair of scissors, she carefully slices open boxes, rips plastic and unfolds layers to reveal — one by one — pieces of art that will ...

  • Teddy Bears’ Picnic will go on

    Rielly was typing out of frustration — both with a process that wasn’t going as smoothly as it had in years past and an illness that causes him ...

  • 20 questions with Mark Hoffe

    “I hate stereotypes and discrimination,” he explains. “Those can really damage a person’s self-image and sense of self-worth.” With his company, ...

  • Churches in St. John's facing difficult times

    “We’re on the edge of something,” says Tucker, chairman of the church council. “Nobody is disagreeing with the fact that we cannot remain as we ...

  • The religion of art, on film

    “I remember putting my hand on this piece of cloth that seemed like magic; that something that came from a strip of plastic … got projected ...

  • Young musicians with an old sound

    Stompbox NL, featuring Joseph Coffin on guitar and vocals, Jacob Cherwick on drums and vocals, Nick Earle on guitar and Nick Bendzsa on bass, ...

  • Keeping it real

    It’s been a veritable labour of love — emphasis on the labour — and they’re excited to see it up and running. Consisting of 40 paintings by 34 ...

  • Local filmmakers need funding to complete political thriller

    It’s also what writer/director Roger Maunder and producer Mark Hoffe are calling their latest film, “Between Two Walls.”Shot in St. John’s over ...

  • Local film in the running for online film fest prize

    The festival’s theme is “Relationship status: it’s complicated,” and “Not Over Easy,” as Canning has described it, is a “scrambled story of love ...

  • Historic Sites Association opens summer art exhibit

    "Your St. John’s — Our Story” will feature artworks in a variety of media, and a number of themes, from nature to architecture. The show is ...