Newfoundland and Labrador Christmas lights map — Click to submit your ...
Get creative with Christmas projects right at home
A gift to anticipate
Sewing love, cheer into every stitch
Island of inspiration: Artist Adam Young paints vibrant scenes of East ...
Rooted in Christmas tree traditions
Holiday help at the ready
Recipes for the holidays
Decor, function go hand in hand with this DIY holiday project
Must-watch holiday movies
St. John's master plasterer Jerome Conway was modest in his craftsman genius
MARTHA MUZYCHKA: On customer service and health care
WENDY ROSE: Townes Van Zandt tribute features town's top-tier musicians
Annual Christmas community dinner brings St. John’s Centre together for a hot meal, music and conversation
Mount Pearl Rhodes Scholar Elizabeth Tuck answers 20 Questions
‘Private Eyes’ marks 50 years of (partial) decriminalization of homosexuality with six plays
Vote for MusicNL's Fan's Choice Entertainer of the Year
You never miss a local show. You've got digital downloads of all their albums (and likely CD copies, too.) You even have the official toque. Take take your fandom to the next level by supporting your favourite local artist or band in this ...
BRUCE MACTAVISH: The state of the season
December has arrived, and officially it can be called a winter month. Living on the Avalon Peninsula, one’s definition of winter is not necessarily snow but can also be rain storms. The common saying among Avalon dwellers ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: Sonja Boon’s complex, poignant search for family history delivers a
What the Oceans Remember: Searching for Belonging and Home By Sonja Boon Wilfrid Laurier University Press $29.99 336 pages “Archives are seductive spaces,” is Sonja Boon’s enticing introduction to her layered, attentive, and ...
There’s a true Port de Grave Peninsula Romeo and Juliet story behind $30K painting 'True Lovers Leap, Newfoundland'
It brought in more than $30,000 on an online auction last week in Toronto, but there’s a riveting story behind the rare, decades-old painting depicting a small fishing village in this province — and local residents are quick to share ...
GABBY PEYTON: Ten things I ate about town
You could call me a knight in dining armour. In 2019, I ate in more than fifty St. John’s restaurants. Burgers, tacos, ramen — you name it, I ate it. Despite headlines lamenting closures ...
James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt to play Mile One Centre in St. John's
A pair of legendary recording artists are set to grace the stage at Mile One Centre next spring. James Taylor and His All-Star Band with special guest Bonnie Raitt and her band have announced St. John's as the final destination in their ...
20 Questions with Newfoundland and Labrador Rhodes Scholar Patrick Hickey
Patrick Hickey admits it's hard to know how to feel about his latest achievement. The 22-year-old has packed a lot into his young life. He decided to study business after finishing high school at Holy Heart of Mary in St. John's. ...
PHOTOS: A 'Mummers' Run' around Quidi Vidi Lake
It was a rain-or-shine event, and unfortunately for participants in Saturday's Mummers' Run around Quidi Vidi Lake, they were contending with the former. Les Ms. Choir hosted the event, a five-kilometre race around the lake that was ...
VIDEO: Gift ideas for Newfoundland and Labrador seniors at Christmastime
As the youngest child in her family, Barbara Dobbin clearly remembers being spoiled at Christmastime growing up in St. John's. "There was nothing I didn't get," the 82-year-old told The Telegram, seated in her cozy living space ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: Unauthorized bio of Mary and Christopher Pratt both rewards and rankles
“Art and Rivalry: The Marriage of Mary and Christopher Pratt” By Carol Bishop-Gwyn Knopf Canada $34.95 254 pages As the title indicates, Carol Bishop-Gwyn’s book is a detailed excavation of the marriage of ...