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Words and music on Day 4 of Ochre Fest
BRUCE MACTAVISH: Not your ordinary hummingbird
ERIN SULLEY: Give rhubarb a second chance
Corner Brook showing its support for Gordie Milley following alleged assault
Two for Day 2: Newfoundland and Labrador's Ochre Fest continues with online presentations
JOAN SULLIVAN:"Melt" protagonists sashay, snap and sparkle
PAUL SMITH: Garden party
For me this has been a year of much returning to my outdoor roots. You might remember that I bought a wood furnace and started up serious preparations for wood heating come this autumn. I have my supply of spruce all stacked and drying in this ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: Women and war in Newfoundland and Canada, as told by "The Best of It"
Making The Best Of It: Women and Girls of Canada and Newfoundland During the Second World War Edited by Sarah Glassford & Amy Shaw UBC Press $89.95 (hardcover) $34.95 (epub) 298 pages Sarah Glassford and Amy Shaw first co-edited “A ...
ERIN SULLEY: How do you take your peppers?
There is nothing like a tasty serving of warm stuffed peppers to bring you comfort. It delivers all that flavour in a light and healthy meal. When you break it down and dissect stuffed peppers, it combines fairly basic ...
Corner Brook Regional High graduate talks about plans, gives himself advice in three-year-old letter
CORNER BROOK, N.L. - “Hey man, what’s up? You good? “How’d the basketball thing work out? You get a scholarship to MUN? If not, that’s alright, keep working hard.” That’s how Jacob Evoy opened a letter ...
JANICE WELLS: On relationships and Level 2 in Newfoundland and Labrador
So here we are, in Level 2, poking our heads out of our shells, well aware that the world has changed and will never be the same again, and hoping we don’t have to poke our heads back in. Pundits are predicting that we will continue to carry ...
New-look ECMAs will have a tip of the hat to St. John's
A pre-recorded broadcast of the East Coast Music Association awards will hit the airways Saturday, July 11. The two-hour special will air at 9 p.m. on CBC and streaming on Gem. Comedian Mary Walsh is hosting the show in St. ...
Pasadena entertainment company takes things to a virtual level with Saltwater Noise
Dustin Parsons knew early on that Steady Entertainment would have to change in order to survive COVID-19. As restrictions came into place, the events the Pasadena-based entertainment firm was involved began getting cancelled. As founder of the ...
20 Questions with critical race scholar Sulaimon Giwa
When Memorial University professor Sulaimon Giwa spoke via video to the large crowd gathered at Confederation Building for the Black Lives Matter rally earlier this month, he said we are in the midst of a revolution. “This revolution has ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: Charis Cotter's niche is the eerie, uncanny
Footsteps in Bay de Verde: A mysterious tale By Charis Cotter, illustrated by Jenny Dwyer Running the Goat Books & Broadsides $21.95 44 pages with 25 colour illustrations There’s an attentive, multi-faceted pedigree to ...
BRUCE MACTAVISH: The funny duck at Quidi Vidi Lake
The Quidi Vidi Lake walkers are an observant group. They may appear to be walking with the single- minded purpose of circumnavigating the lake for exercise but they do have an eye out to their surroundings. When something different appears along ...