By: Amy Cleary
Visual artist Dawn Baker visits Fogo, showcasing how the most valuable commodities of any place go well beyond the scenery
Dawn Baker is a visual artist and an admitted child enthusiast. She’d have to be considering she’s been a children’s book author and illustrator since 1992.
By: Jason Sheppard
Newfoundland’s Jason Oakley is the creator behind a new character aimed at capturing children’s hearts
Jason Oakley, originally from Newfoundland, moved to Toronto five years ago away from his nephews. When it came time to get them a gift for special occasions, Oakley never knew what
Frank Gronich’s extraordinary life – from immigrant without a home to senior crown prosecutor in Newfoundland and Labrador – is as inspiring as is it unbelievable
Perseverance is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as “persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.”
Never has a
Acclaimed author Elisabeth De Mariaffi thrills with the followup to The Devil You Know, Hysteria. We talk Newfoundland love and the art of tension in our Q&A
You’re married and living with notable local poet George Murray, although you’re originally from Ontario. How long have you lived in Newfoundland?
I’ve been here
Dr. Rick Cooper shares his insight and knowledge on the history of the Janeway, along with intimate stories from patients, pediatricians, nurses and more
The Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre — more commonly referred to as simply the Janeway — serves as a primary clinical resource for pediatric
In part two of our in-depth conversation with Joel Thomas Hynes, the prolific writer tackles success, celebrity and navigating the future
To say the past couple of years have been big for you would be underselling. The Governor’s General Award, NL Reads nomination, Winterset, etc. What does critical praise