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NICHOLAS MERCER: Making sense of the 'Cold Outside' kerfuffle
It is 2018 and the most talked about item is a borderline Christmas song first recorded in the 1940s. Just imagine that. For those who haven’t had a friend post on Facebook, a music station in Cleveland made the decision to ...
ART & SOUL: Beyond the stage
Nearly exactly six years ago I found myself at a Christmas pageant here in Lewisporte for the first time. I sat there, awed by the level of talent that performed that night, from a bunch of kids under 12. Over these past few years I’ve ...
BRIAN HODDER: More services needed for Drug Treatment Court to truly work
While it’s true that the social problems associated with addiction have been with us for a long time, it is clear that in recent years the situation has become much worse in this province. With the introduction of more ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Letting the mummers in
Toshon Dawe fell in love with being an actor as a teenager at Elwood High in Deer Lake. She always enjoyed performing and being on stage. Dawe played saxophone in the school band before making the transition to the stage. It was an instrument ...
VIBERT: A thin response on clearcutting
The Nova Scotia government tried to get on the right side — politically — of forest clearcutting this week and had some initial success with minimal effort. This is the government that, in its first term, backed away from the ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: George Sheppard's giving a good fit for Corner Brook Winter Carnival patron
George Sheppard has developed bone spur in one of his heels. It can be painful at times and cause him discomfort when he moves. It has impeded Sheppard’s daily movements to a crawl but isn’t enough to really slow him down. The ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Giving the gift of transportation
My name is Rachel Gilbert. Originally from Texas, I came to Newfoundland in 2014 and studied at MUN’s St. John’s campus for two years before transferring to Grenfell where I am working towards a bachelor of fine arts (visual arts). I ...
STORIES FROM OUR SHORES: Musgrave Harbour and the Ping Pong Flight
Newfoundland and Labrador has been part of aviation history on several occasions. Its important place in the story of flight was cemented in June, 1919, when aviators, John “Jack” Alcock, and Arthur Whitten Brown made the first ...
BOB WAKEHAM: Time to yank off this company’s invisibility cloak
Now, I don’t know whether the “friend of a friend” expression is appropriate in the mystery that has surrounded what the media has described as the unidentified numbered company that bought up a huge parcel of land in St. ...
VIBERT: Information is power, restored
“We are experiencing a service outage... We regret any inconvenience this outage may cause you. Thank you for your patience.” Bet you think that quote’s from Nova Scotia Power. You’d be wrong. Those are the words that greet ...