Actor Robert Joy returns to his roots, reuniting with Greg Malone and Andy Jones to take on the delectable role of Tartuffe, revealing the draw of this city while reflecting on the comedic ties that forever bind him to this place.
Robert Joy casually slips into a chair in
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
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
One of Canada’s most celebrated journalists and television personalities, Peter Mansbridge brings his coast-to-coast tour to St. John’s on October 21st
There are a few names that round out a shortlist of recognizable Canadians. Peter Mansbridge is among that conversation, a name synonymous with integrity, dedication and proud nationalism.
Love is non-binary. Kindness is not gender-neutral. Compassion is not defined by sex, class, or race. This obvious assessment of humanity that is not relegated to a debate on biology is something that renowned local advocate Gemma Hickey knows more than most.
You’ve heard the name Gemma Hickey in The Newfoundland
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