By: Elizabeth Sullivan
If you have ever been to a Reveen show, it is one you will never forget. Veiled behind a shroud of mystery and intrigue, it made for one of the most popular, entertaining and enduring stage shows in Canadian history. It was a show that promised adventure,
By: Krystyn Decker
Newfoundland born food blogger and proud vegan Amanda Tracey shares the benefits of veganism and debunks common myths and misconceptions
Going on a meat-free diet has been rapidly gaining popularity over the past few decades. However, vegans – those who eschew dairy, eggs and honey, in
Local chef Todd Perrin supports Community Food Centres Canada Restaurants for Change
On October 18, 2017, 92 restaurants in 19 cities across Canada will participate in the fourth annual Restaurants for Change initiative. Proceeds from the dinner service at the designated restaurants – including Mallard Cottage in St. John’s
One family uses positivity and heart to give back to the community with Claire’s Craft Fair.
American actor Will Smith once said, “If you’re not making someone else’s life better, then you’re wasting your time. Your life will become better by making other lives better.”
Since their daughter was
With the increase in tragic incidents involving suicide, one Newfoundland woman felt a sense of responsibility to share her own experience of depression, along with information about a possible solution to relieve the suffering and despair.
The best way to describe my own experience of depression would be to
Have you ever noticed how every Christmas season, you inevitably start reminiscing about past holidays? About the old Christmas ornaments that you made in Beavers, or how when your grandmother used to stay with you she’d always have these funny sayings, about how much things have changed but it’s nice
By: Ken Reid
Despite all we know, or think we know, about pit bulls, the truth just might surprise us all
This summer, the media was aflutter with news that a pit bull mauled a woman in Quebec. The report met with widespread outrage. Various municipalities in Quebec discussed enacting