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‘Private Eyes’ marks 50 years of (partial) decriminalization of homosexuality with six plays
There’s a true Port de Grave Peninsula Romeo and Juliet story behind $30K painting 'True Lovers Leap, Newfoundland'
James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt to play Mile One Centre in St. John's
20 Questions with Newfoundland and Labrador Rhodes Scholar Patrick Hickey
St. John's woman proud of being able to 'improve' herself with help of Stella's Circle ABE program
Robyn McCarthy of St. John's wants to do lots of things that others may take for granted. "I want to be able to text with people, and I want to be able to read my own emails and messages and understand mail when I open it," said ...
ERIN SULLEY: Memories of meatloaf
All aboard the delicious train. ...
MARTHA MUZYCHKA: Foot notes: ways we can all be safer pedestrians
I was on my way to a doctor’s appointment, waiting my turn for the left turn light at a notorious intersection when I witnessed it. The impediment was a pedestrian. They were in the midst of a crosswalk, texting on their ...
Spirit Song Festival shines in St. John's
The sixth annual Spirit Song Festival was held in St. John’s this past weekend, with a slew of performances, workshops, and events occurring in various locations in the capital city from November 21-23. Put on by First Light NL, formerly The ...
St. John's Regional Fire Department Chief Sherry Colford answers 20 questions
It’s a pretty scenic view of downtown and the Narrows from Chief Sherry Colford’s office atop the St. John’s Regional Fire Department Central Station on Military Road. But it wasn’t always where she saw things from in her ...
Newfoundland and Labrador duo headed to world axe-throwing championships
Ryan Lane admits to changing his throwing style a few times since he first attempted axe throwing at Jack Axes in downtown St. John's. "I've already changed my throw a half-dozen times, easily," he said. "Usually, after ...
Performing Arts Group brings 'The Secret Garden' to the St. John's stage
Patti Andrews remembers, as a child, her Nanny Ryan having a secret garden outside her house in Salmonier. It technically wasn’t exactly secret — everyone knew it was there — but it was picketed and the children were forbidden to ...
Two new dogs strap on their graduation caps at CNIB in St. John’s
Snouts were twitching, tails were wagging, and hands were clapping as Sir Edward Elgar’s “Pomp and Circumstance” careened out of a stereo in a small room of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) in St. John's ...
JANICE WELLS: Touring the world, armchair-style
Remember when Newman turned 70 and I had the brilliant idea that we were going to take a few months and travel around Europe and I shared my enthusiasm and anticipation with you all? What I had in mind was a Eurail pass to wend us around Europe by ...
ON THE SHELVES: In conversation with the provincial children’s librarian for a day
This summer, all Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries participated in the TD Summer Reading Club, a province-wide reading program to help kids avoid the summer slide. Every child who participated in the program was eligible for a provincial ...