Music – it’s a universal language we all speak. From ancient civilizations, through the Baroque and Renaissance periods, and on through to the beginnings of blues, jazz, rock and roll, pop and so much more, it’s impossible to imagine a world without music.
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Lewisporte native Jessica Stuckey travelled to Japan to spread the word of Christianity.
When it comes to spreading the word of the Lord, Lewisporte native Jessica Stuckey likes to spread her wings.
The Tyndale University College student headed to Japan this past spring, her month-long mission putting 20,000 kilometres
A nurse, a dental hygienist, a hairstylist, a journalist, a mechanic, a fisherperson, a social worker, and an electrician walk into a dispensary. They’re joined by a software developer, a graphic designer, an author, an early childhood educator, a trades person, and a cook, all checking out the varying strains
Author Trudy Morgan-Cole draws on her past to create her latest St. John’s love song
St. John’s own award-winning writer Trudy Morgan-Cole will be releasing another works of historical fiction this fall, calling the locally based novel “a love song to my neighbourhood.”
The highly anticipated Most Anything You
St. John’s resident Mike Feehan raises his profile with big ticket clients and world-class art.
You may have seen graphic designer Mike Feehan’s name in the news lately – the St. John’s resident keeps getting big breaks, leading him to collaborations with big names, like Netflix and their original
It’s a worthwhile cause that resounds deeply with spokesperson Joe Roberts. Once a homeless youth himself, Roberts is lacing up to walk across Canada, pushing a cart to symbolize the struggles of homelessness in our country.
Kicking off on May 1 in this province’s capital city, Roberts commenced the first