Candice Walsh atop Machu Picchu. Read about this story and more in The Weekend Telegram — Submitted photo
Fiddler Kelly Russell and other people who live on, or travel to, Bell Island have their own thoughts on what the province should do about the Bell Island ferries.
The MV Beaumont Hamel was out of service again this week and the MV Flanders operated on a load-and-go basis. The Beaumont Hamel has been in the news quite a bit lately for a list of problems. Find out the latest in an indepth front-page story by Telegram reporter Steve Bartlett.
Also in the print edition, get the latest on the police investigation into a body found this week in Paradise, a death deemed suspicious in nature.
You will also get the latest from the provincial courts — including details of a case in which a woman was sentenced for defrauding the lawyer she worked for.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public each week.
The Weekend Telegram print edition, on the other hand, contains numerous news, sports, entertainment, features, arts and lifestyle articles for everyone. Spruce up your summer reading and get informed with your hard copy of the paper.
Also in the print edition this weekend:
• On page D1, read an interesting article about how a racy book sparked interest in a hook-up website.
• On page D2, documentary filmmaker, and Mount Pearl native, Kelli Kieley answers The Weekend Telegram’s 20 Questions.
• On page D3, Web Spin gives readers a glimpse of what some of the online commenters had to say about stories posted to the website.
• On page D6, read about how an American hymn poet shares the joy of song at an annual event.
• On page D7, it’s The Weekend faith page with an interesting article by Maj. David Braye and all the local church listings.
• On page D8, catch up with our outdoors columnists who offer interesting insights and photos.
• On page E1, Great Big Sea celebrates a 20-year career, starting with a concert in Torbay. Check out reporter Tara Bradbury’s story as she catches up with the band that is still making waves.
• On page E2, Roger Ebert reviews the movie “The Watch” which he says proves to be a boring, vulgar play on Abbott and Costello.
• On page E3, a review of the movie “Step Up Revolution,” the fourth in series which showcases young stars.
• On page F1, Karl Wells reviews Annexe, a jazzy eatery that seems to hit the right note.
• On Page F3 is the puzzle page. Crossword, Whizword, Quotes-Maze and Logic Minesweeper, and more.
• On page F4, it’s the books page. The Telegram’s assignment editor Mark Vaughan-Jackson reviews “Amped” by Daniel H. Wilson. Also on this page are listings for local book launches, signings and readings, as well as the top 10 book lists for fiction and non fiction in Canada.
• On page F8, it’s The Weekend Gardening page, columnists Janice Wells discusses how having a beautiful garden may not turn everyone into gardeners, but it gives them some beauty and pleasure to add to their day. And J.J. Strong discusses how the long period of dry weather in St. John’s, followed by a short period of rain, has gardeners on trouble-shooting duties.