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  • Songs for Stella

    If you’re a member of the local music scene, you do what comes naturally — you organize a benefit concert. Chances are good that you won’t have ...

  • Letting their spirits sing

    Members of each of the province’s aboriginal communities — Inuit, Mi’kmaq, Métis and Innu — are joining together to present “Spirit Song,” a ...

  • Johnston’s new novel ‘took some chances’

    It’s a departure from his more recent works, which have been focused on historical fiction, and a return to his very first books, like “The Story ...

  • Physical vs. Virtual

    The place was full of people, yet there was no sound of chatter. Instead, everyone was buried in their cell phones and iPads; some of them had ...

  • Power-pop to folk-rock

    The CD, pop-rock-driven, was full of personal stories of adventure and melancholy love. This time around, with “Fair Winds,” LeDrew has taken ...

  • N.L. marks World Breastfeeding Week

    Events are taking place across the province and around the world in celebration of breastfeeding. “It is important that mothers are supported by ...

  • Author-illustrator of 'Almost Home' to tour west coast

    Last year, Morgan’s comic “Almost Home: The Sinking of the S.S. Caribou” was published by Breakwater Books, telling the story of how the ...

  • Sit, listen and laugh

    The former class clown would try out his material in school and on his grandmother, but never had the opportunity to jump up on stage and deliver ...

  • Festi-full

    Her autobiographical piece “Cow One, Cow Two” will be shown as part of this year’s Festival of New Dance, taking place in St. John’s Oct. ...

  • Artists showcasing talents at Contact East

    “The rest of your life you’ll remember what you did, who you were with, where you went, how late you stayed up,” she says, laughing.If you’re ...