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Stephenville cadet Sam Parsons will always remember jumping out of an airplane
Some people jump from an airplane to cross an item off their “bucket list.” Sam Parsons of Stephenville took the plunge last week, at just 17. He took his first parachute jump the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 13, as one of 49 cadets from ...
MARTHA MUZYCHKA: St. John’s needs to clean up its recycling system
For the past seven months, I have been participating in the City of St. John’s recycling program. Lest you think I was an environmental ignoramus, I happily paid a private company to collect my recyclables from 2005 until January 2019, when the ...
JILL ELLSWORTH: August obsessions to to enjoy before autumn
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens, brown paper packages tied up with strings, these are a few of my favourite things … Now that I’m confident you’ll ...
JOAN SULLIVAN: ‘My Camino’ has starts and stalls
Biblioasis is a small, independent publisher with a focus on literary fiction, known to punch above their weight, with an impressive list of titles shortlisted for or outright winning major awards (Giller Prize, Governor General ...
ON THE SHELVES: Berries not ready? Pick new local books instead
Where I’m living, June was cold and the berries are behind. Raspberries, usually ripe by July’s end, are just reddening up now. Blueberries are wan on the bushes, and who knows what the partridgeberries are up to. So, as we wait ...
ERIN SULLEY: Beat the heat with a yoghurt stick
I want to introduce you to the perfect summertime breakfast treat. A treat you can eat anytime of the day. I like it best for breakfast as a quick get up and go meal on a hot humid day. A meal that tricks the brains and makes you ...
Gardening keeps 102-year-old Victor Baker young
The residents of Pleasantview Manor in Lewisporte say Victor Baker can dance a jig better than any 25-year-old. The 102-year-old Victor Baker is the proud owner of this garden at the Pleasantview Manor retirement home in ...
Hand-poked tattoos can be elegant, Cape Breton artist proves
From the time Ally Parsons was old enough to hold a crayon, you could rarely catch her without one. From there, she transitioned to pencil crayons, and eventually markers, her love of the arts only growing as the years went on. Today, you’ll ...
Our Lady Peace coming back to St. John’s
One of Canada’s favourite rock bands is returning to St. John’s this fall to play the IceBerg Alley Performance Tent. Our Lady Peace will grace the stage at the Quidi Vidi Lake adjacent venue on Sept. 20. The band last played ...
JANICE WELLS: The thin difference between good grannies and bad grannies
A while back I wrote a column about good grannies and bad grannies. It was inspired by a book by Mary McHugh. I like Mary McHugh. She made me feel good about identifying with the bad grannies. Last week was annual grannies’ week ...