Labrador West Regatta 2018: ready to row
Labrador West Pioneer Dwight Coombs
Letter: Together we can make a difference
Russell Wangersky: Learning lessons from south of the border
Letter: Truth and lies, news and fake news
Brian Jones: Cold War II is exactly what the world needs
The Food Dude — You’re bacon me crazy
Editorial: Sea change in cabinet
Man in court this morning after evening assault in St. John’s
Play remembers Jon Lien, the 'whale man of Newfoundland'
For a variation on pasta with pesto sauce, use kale instead
Trimming and tidying: perennials need care, too
Gene tests can provide health clues -- and needless worry
Paul Sparkes: Many, many lost chords
Bay St. George Powwow provides alcohol-free fun for thousands: Elder Calvin White
A hairy issue: Sailors tell the US Navy, 'We want beards'
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Now that women in the Navy can wear ponytails, men want beards. The Navy said last week that servicewomen could sport ponytails, lock hairstyles, or ropelike strands, and wider hair buns, reversing a policy that long forbade ...
The Food Dude — You’re bacon me crazy
Every cook with no particular swine related dietary restrictions tends to go through a certain phase. Sometimes this phase can last for a cook’s entire career. Other times, it manifests as an extremely tasty few months of experimentation that ...
Nordic telecom operator Telia enters TV business
HELSINKI — The Nordic region's largest telecoms operator, Telia, says it has agreed to buy the broadcasting and streaming operations of Swedish publishing company Bonnier AB to gain a foothold in the television and entertainment business. Friday's ...
Gates open Friday evening for 35th annual Deer Lake Strawberry Festival
The Powerhouse field in Deer Lake is being set up as preparations for the 35th annual Deer Lake Strawberry Festival are well underway. Venders will begin filling the booths today and, at 6 p.m., the gates will open welcoming everyone to come join the ...
Humber Valley Strawberry Festival Pasadena Days all about connecting the community
Corrina Penney believes it’s important to support events held in her community because it’s a great way to bring residents together in a fun environment. Penney is doing her part to celebrate all that Pasadena has to offer as the ...
Newfoundland and Labrador photographer's images inspiring fiction
“I recently fulfilled a childhood fantasy of standing with a unicorn,” says Kit Sora. “I created a unicorn horn, and teamed up with Erin and Tinker from Spirit Horse, and we turned Tinker into a unicorn and I’m still not over ...
Parsing patterns at Tuckamore Talks
The sun was still out and the humidity still high when I arrived at the Memorial University Botanical Garden on Tuesday to take in an instalment of the Tuckamore Festival’s lecture series, Tuckamore Talks. Though I was initially disappointed ...
Mitchelmores of Green Island Cove learn about their roots
GREEN ISLAND COVE, N.L. – A family celebration took place at the Green Island Cove Lions Club on July 11 when over 50 people — mostly Mitchelmores — came together in celebration and to learn more about the Mitchelmore family ...
Sandra Oh delves into female psyche with 'Killing Eve'
TORONTO — Sandra Oh likes untangling the minds of complicated characters who are driven by factors they don't understand. As Dr. Cristina Yang on "Grey's Anatomy," the Ottawa-born actress moved audiences for 10 seasons by peeling away the ...
Radiohead singer responds to fatal stage collapse in Toronto
TORONTO — The lead singer of Radiohead sharply criticized the lack of progress in determining how a stage collapsed and killed a drum technician in Toronto during the British band's first concert in the city since the fatal incident in 2012. Prior to ...