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Letters To Santa
Peaceful disruption of bus operation planned in Port au Port
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The Food Dude — Hummus Schmummus
Tastes change. It’s frustrating actually. We like to think that our likes and dislikes are static – that the things that make us “us” are unchanging. For example; I’ve always hated hummus. However, like any curious ...
Mary Walsh wins Best Performance for ‘A Christmas Fury’
As she has done for so many years, Mary Walsh refused to take no for an answer. The Newfoundland born-and-bred actor/comedian/writer just had to find the right time to resurrect a role she was famous for. “Ed McDonald and I rewrote the ...
Philomena Abbass remembered
Labradorians of all ages are mourning the loss of Philomena Abbass, who passed away on Friday, Nov. 2 in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Originally from Grand Falls-Windsor, Philomena and her husband Doug arrived in Goose Bay over 30 years ago. The ...
New recording by Lawn’s Tarrant Family to benefit causes close to their eyes
MARYSTOWN, N.L. Bob Tarrant was just a teenager when he first realized he had an issue with his eyesight. Back then, he often tended goal when he and his friends played ball hockey. “I used to notice there was shots coming from the ...
Well-known musicians join community cast in 'Rent'
Allison Crowe and Nick Hamlyn have been making a living as performers and music teachers for years. Both well-known to Corner Brook audiences, their love of music has led to volunteering with community theatre. The Off-Broadway Players theatre ...
Sculpture of First World War soldier Pte. Hugh McWhirter still being planned for Danger Tree site at Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook
It’s been missing in action for more than two years, but plans are in the works to give the statue of a First World War soldier from Corner Brook a homecoming to remember. When Princess Anne made her royal visit to Corner Brook in late June ...
Trail pass sales high on priority list for provincial snowmobiling group
A quick dip in the temperature and snow flying puts a smile on the face of snowmobiling enthusiasts in this province so it’s a safe bet machines will be hitting the trails before long. Bob Blundon, chairperson of Newfoundland and Labrador ...
Clarenville comic collector reflects on Stan Lee’s legacy
A very small segment of Mercer's collection. Of note, is the No-Prize Book on top. The printing consisted of fan submissions pointing out errors in previous comics. It was a lighthearted way for Marvel to acknowledge fans and to poke fun at ...
Blue Rodeo returning to St. John’s this winter
ST. JOHN'S — One of Canada’s most beloved and celebrated bands is coming back to St. John’s this winter. Blue Rodeo will close out its 2019 east coast tour with a performance at Mile One Centre in mid-February. It’s ...
Playing bridge is a big deal for these women in St. John’s
It’s just past noon on a Tuesday afternoon in November and the hum of chatter and sudden shrills of laughter can be heard throughout the Bally Haly Golf and Curling Club in St. John’s. The delightful aroma of simmering soup fills the ...