Sheila Williams' new live show in St. John's has a bit of everything
St. James Elementary School in Port aux Basques has new sensory pathway
St. John's council's resolution to Municipalities NL promotes breastfeeding-friendly communities
New sensory room at Port aux Basques high school hit with staff, students
Motorcycle ride planned to honour Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer Sam Jeffers
Toronto Rock & Roll Revival took the sting out of missing Woodstock for Newfoundland man
CHEF ILONA DANIEL: Shellfish festival has Ilona feeling fishy dishes
When we seek a way to capture what it is which unites our regional identity in Atlantic Canada, the heritage and culture of fishing serve as a lighthouse illuminating the heart of the adventurous spirit of Atlantic Canadians. Historically, as the ...
Looking to the stars: from Galileo to today, fascination with night sky remains
Since the beginning of time, people have been looking at the stars either for direction or as a sense of wonderment. Thousands of years later, astronomy remains a popular pastime. For Enfield, N.S. resident Jeff Donaldson, astronomy is a great ...
Ride4Vibes to arrive at Cape Spear Sunday afternoon
Kitchener man Paul Jankura is set to arrive at Cape Spear Sunday afternoon between noon and 2 p.m. after cycling from Ontario to raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. Jankura’s friend, Josh Fleet, was diagnosed with ...
ERIN SULLEY: Foodie fall smells
We may as well face the fact summer is officially shutting its doors in one week. I know. It’s very sad. Our summer takes forever to get here and never stays for as long as we want. However, I have to say, the small bit that we did get was ...
BRUCE MACTAVISH: No mistaking a real booby
It was Saturday morning. I was looking for warblers in the rich alder beds on the west side of Trepassey harbour when the cellphone rang. It was Cliff Doran. He said someone posted a picture of a bird on Facebook that sure looks like one of those ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: ‘Send More Tourists …They're Delicious’ an impressive debut
Tracey Waddleton’s debut collection contains 25 short stories. Their range is incredible, not just in structure — some are only two pages long — but in character, predicament, consequences and atmosphere. Even the ...
CONTEST: Win tickets to An Evening with Sheila Williams in St. John's
Sheila Williams returns to the stage in St. John's later this month with a two-night concert and variety show at Holy Heart Theatre. This year's show, "An Evening with Sheila Williams: Giddy Up" follows her successful ...
AMONG FRIENDS: Creating crazy critters
Frank’s Crazy Critters are real proof that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A bucket of rusty bolts, a worn out saw blade or an old garden rake is enough to spur Frank Parsonage’s creativity. He flinches a ...
From our archives: Photographer Robert Frank, seeker of light
Robert Frank, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, died Monday in Inverness, N.S. Here's a feature story from our archives, originally published in 2014, after features writer Lois Legge and photojournalist Adrien Veczan ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Overdoing your child’s birthday party
Last weekend, we threw a jungle-themed birthday party for our three-year-old. Yes, you read that correctly. I said three-year-old. Was it epic? Of course it was. Will he ever remember it? Hell no; he’s three! I usually groan when ...