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Newfoundland woman says people with dementia deserve love, respect
St. John’s brothers celebrate 40 years since life-saving bone marrow donation
JOAN SULLIVAN: Gemma Hickey’s memoir a courageous journey through interior and exterior landscapes
BRUCE MACTAVISH: The berry birds of winter
ERIN SULLEY: Sore throat? Call the chef
JANICE WELLS: Enjoying the ride down the YouTube rabbithole
GABBY PEYTON: Brussels sprouts are everywhere
Gabby Peyton Special to SaltWire Network A new year means a flood of new resolutions. Read more, sleep more, and make more time for self-care are common commitments, but the most prevalent is to eat better. So, you stock up on the ...
Country music singer Travis Tritt to perform in St. John's Oct. 24
Multi-award winning country singer Travis Tritt is scheduled to perform at Mile One Centre on Oct. 24. Tritt, who turns 57 in a few weeks, had several platinum-selling albums in the 1990s, earning him two Grammy Awards, four Country Music Awards ...
New St. John's theatre troupe aims to showcase youth talent
A new production company, founded by local teacher Jody Rideout, is putting on its debut show this month, bringing new youth talent to the stage. Whadda Ya Call It Productions will perform Michigan-based playwright Michal Jacot’s ...
20 questions with international consultant Susan E. Murray of St. John's
After 25 years working in the Newfoundland and Labrador education system as a teacher, principal and senior manager with the school district, Susan Murray went back to school in 2012 to study for a doctorate in business. “It’s a big ...
'I was awestruck:' Clarenville man with Type 1 diabetes fulfills ambition to become commercial pilot
After decades of determination a young Clarenville man's dream to soar among the clouds is now reality. Jagard Strong, who has type 1 diabetes, recently earned his commercial pilot’s license. The 25 year-old had longed to be a pilot, ...
Twillingate dinner theatre delivers 160 Christmas hampers across central Newfoundland
The Twillingate-New World Island Dinner Theatre spent much of the year raising money to provide for area families this holiday season. The group set a goal to raise some $50,000 through 50/50 ticket sales and donations and was able to put together ...
Bikes for kids, woodwork for the stars. Gander man won't be 'beat down' by neuromuscular disease
In the early days of his diagnosis with Myasthenia Gravis, Cass Norman would have conversations about life with his younger sister. Talk would inevitably shift to the neuromuscular disease that robbed him of lateral eye movement, causing his ...
PAUL SMITH: Another deep-snow winter — maybe … hopefully
I just walked back into our warm and cozy house from the backyard. I tramped my way through mid-thigh deep snow to reach our compost container, itself nearly buried in heavy accumulated undisturbed snow. I added a pile of vegetable scrapes peels ...
ERIN SULLEY: A taste of Bermuda - with rum
No matter where you travel in the world, there’s always a number of tourist attractions to lure you into the taste of a new culture. A range of “must-do” and “must try”, especially when it comes to food ...
ON THE SHELVES: Cozy up, snuggle in, and read together this winter
The holidays are over and kids are heading back to school; and for some, they might be trying out school for the first time as pre-school or KinderStart students. Did you know that the single best way to help children prepare for school is to read ...