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The St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival returns with an inclusive and diverse lineup that greatly represents our impeccable local industry and beyond
Following a successful 2020 installment that saw the celebrated, three-decade-plus festival go virtual, the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival (SJIWFF) – Canada’s longest-running women’s film festival since

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Ringmaster and clown about town, Beni Malone is known for his entertaining antics, but with his daughter Anahareo Dölle at his side, the duo takes fun to fabulous

 
As Wonderbolt Productions prepare for their 4th annual St. John’s International CircusFest (SJICF) from Sept. 23-26, the excitement builds.

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The Newfoundland Herald talks about equality and the effects of COVID-19 in the tattoo industry with prominent local artist Kayla Gilkinson

 
When you think about different occupations, does a specific gender come to mind? Society has ingrained a standard way of thinking into us, causing an automatic

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How this local author’s secret to style has her dressing like royalty

 
Author of local favourites like Operation Wormwood, The Reckoning, and her blog-turned-book I’m Funny Like That, Helen C. Escott is a local literary treasure. Aside from that, though, Helen has another side you wouldn’t see

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For over 40 years, the Captain Newfoundland universe has wowed and mystified readers, becoming a beloved cult favourite for generations of dreamers

 
To thine own self be true. For over four decades, one mystical and otherworldly comic book franchise has encapsulated the curiosity and the search for

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Katelyn Mayo and Greg O’Grady co-host the Some Stutter, Luh! podcast
By Griffen Stuckless
 
Growing up with Tourette’s syndrome, a huge fear of mine was somebody noticing my tics despite my best interests to try cover them up.
Rubbing my hands over my face as if I was tired to cover up

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Having faced adversity, LeighAnne O’Neill, aka SaltwaterAnnie, shares her positivity and love for NL through social media
 
It’s no doubt that Newfoundland and Labrador has a very unique face of tourism. From the coastlines and Jellybean Row, to traditional Jiggs dinner and the local music with Celtic and seafaring

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