The movers and shakers of the music world will descend upon the Burin Peninsula this fall. From October 10-13, Burin, Marystown and Grand Bank will play host to Live At Heart Newfoundland. The global music business conference is the sister company to the highly successful Live At Heart out of
Local filmmaker Deanne Foley doubles down at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival with a pair of high profile features
You don’t hear of this very often. A local filmmaker opening AND closing a festival. It’s rare, like unicorns and sasquatches, but when you’re good you’re good, and
With a complicated, yet beautiful Newfoundland connection, filmmaker Nicole Dorsey brings her latest production to The Rock where she shares it was meant to be right from the start
Nicole Dorsey may have big city dreams, being an LA-based commercial and narrative film director, but she also shares she
Hasan Hai and the NLBMC are back for another hunky 2019 calendar, hoping this year they can empower men to become meaningfully engaged in violence prevention
After the remarkable success of the 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Beard and Moustache Club’s (NLBMC) campaign, the MerB’ys are back to do it
The St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival has announced the lineup for the 29th annual Festival this October.
As the second longest-running women’s film festival in the world, the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival will be celebrating its 29th annual Festival October 17-21, 2018
By: Robert Shawn Andrews
Jack Axes has become a must-see destination and attraction in the heart of downtown St. John’s.
When thinking about the “must see” attractions in St. John’s, your mind probably goes straight to something like Signal Hill, or maybe George Street. But one establishment in downtown
Forging world class pottery out of Port Union, Michael Flaherty of Wild Cove Pottery brings decades of experience to the thriving craft landscape on the island
Michael Flaherty has been working with ceramics for nearly two decades. From studying and honing his craft across Canada, to working as an
The Mad Catter Café in downtown St. John’s is the perfect hub for feline friends and furry enthusiasts
The first official cat café debuted in Taiwan, having been modelled on keeping the cats as residents who permanently lived there. The café became extremely popular with Japanese tourists and local
Local company Other Ocean are on the cutting edge of the video game industry, earning an Emmy nomination and worldwide praise
A Newfoundland based company can now add Emmy nominee to their list of accomplishments. Other Ocean Interactive, with a studio based out of St. John’s, has been nominated
By: Christine Hennebury
The Your Glowing Health Yoga Nutrition Retreat has been a longtime dream for organizers Kathy Noseworthy and Stacey Tuttle. They knew what they wanted to accomplish, and how to accomplish it, the only obstacle was timing.
Bringing it Together
“We first discussed planning a retreat a
After nearly three decades, the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador has moved to a new home, but retain their steadfast desire to promote local craftspeople
For 27 years, Devon House (59 Duckworth Street in St. John’s), housed the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador.
On July 7th the