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Two self-proclaimed ‘old geezers’ join forces with two members of Rum Ragged they helped inspire to celebrate the season in fine musical style 
 
Fergus O’Byrne and Jim Payne are legends in the traditional music world. O’Byrne even claims that he and Payne enjoy “bringing young people over to the

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The NFB at The Rooms is launching a new series this fall with 13 National Film Board of Canada (NFB) documentary and animated works. The screenings run every Friday from October 22 to December 17.

The fall series is a continuation of the partnership between the

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One St. John’s local is making her mark in the TV and film industry through her creative skills in make-up artistry
Feature by: Cameron Kilfoy
Behind the scenes of your favourite films are innovative minds who work to create an experience for you. Whether it be turning someone into an

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Talented Newfoundlander Elaine Cook takes up line dancing as a hobby and finds herself nominated for two dances at the universal weekend event, the Crystal Boot Awards
 
Typically when you hear the term “line dancing” you associate it with country music, and while country-and-western line dancing has been an

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Through challenges, one man’s ability to see a light at the end of a seemingly very dark tunnel inspires others through a simple message: it’s gonna get better 
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Ray Lake is not embarrassed to share he has suffered from mental illness or anxiety and depression for most of his

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The enchanting, inspirational works of Judy Stirling might not be on display at art galleries or found for sale at auctions, but to Stirling and her family, her one-of-a-kind creations are
priceless treasures
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There’s little doubt Judy Stirling is a creative person at heart. From crafting antique-lace accents for

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A new series of short plays is set to premiere in St. John’s next week, and will spotlight a truly impactful issue.
Private Eyes: Recognizing 50 years of Canada’s (partial) decriminalization of homosexuality; six original plays commissioned from Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador based LBGTQ2S + playwrights. The Newfoundland and Labrador

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The Bonavista Biennale is heading into its second summer exhibition in 2019, bringing 20 Canadian, international, and Indigenous artists and art-lovers to the Bonavista Peninsula from August 17 to September 15
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The Biennale made its debut in 2017 with great success, winning the 2017 “Hospitality Newfoundland’s Cultural Tourism Award”

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“Everybody Knows…” is a collection of 28 works by local artist Bill Rose, that have been inspired by the lyrics of Leonard Cohen.
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Born in Freshwater, Placenta Bay, artist Bill Rose can only be classified as unique. 
Rose explains his work this way, ‘‘The grid is the fundamental device.

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Celebrated artist Rosemary Byrne talks modes and methods of art, love of Newfoundland and Labrador and teaching through Art Cansel
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Rosemary Byrne hasn’t slowed down during retirement. The Avondale-based artist is still creating paintings and sculptures, plus sharing her knowledge by teaching art workshops at Art Cansel.
We spoke

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SGO Designer Glass’ owner/operator Dave Pye and designer Jillian Gardiner take a modern approach to traditional stained glass works, using progressive techniques to bring colour and creativity to homes, businesses and places of worship in Newfoundland.
“I’ve always been a creative sort,” Pye began. “Unlike Jillian, I didn’t go to

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