For those out there who are not able to avail of friends and family members to teach old dogs new tricks, the Community Sector Council of Newfoundland and Labrador has a solution
A registered charity established in 1976, CSC NL has created techKNOWtutors, “a project … conceived in response
With a newly launched EP, west coast singer-songwriter Bailey Jordan-Neil is returning home with a particularly interesting early Christmas gift – a slew of local tour dates.
Currently based in Toronto, Pasadena native Bailey Jordan-Neil released an EP of original music in late August, titled Lucky. He’s bringing the material back
To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, some dedicated Newfoundlanders embark on the Battlefield Bike Ride rasing money and spirits along gthe way
Wounded Warriors Canada’s 2019 annual Battlefield Bike Ride (BBR) took place May 30-June 6, with bicycle riders pedalling from Dieppe to Juno Beach, France.
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
The Biennale made its debut in 2017 with great success, winning the 2017 “Hospitality Newfoundland’s Cultural Tourism Award”
Burin Peninsula’s resident rock trio Skidderpup look to put their region on the map, making waves both internationally and at home in Newfoundland and Labrador
When you think of rock and roll in Newfoundland, Grand Bank may not be the hotspot that comes to mind. Burin Peninsula rock trio Skidderpup
Celebrated artist Rosemary Byrne talks modes and methods of art, love of Newfoundland and Labrador and teaching through Art Cansel
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.
This year, Mother’s Day will hold extra special meaning for two Conception Bay South friends
Margaret Morgan will be a mother on Mother’s Day in 2019. While this doesn’t seem like an extraordinary happening, it really is – it took many years, a number of complicated medical procedures, thousands
Newfoundland’s own all-nations, all-women folk band, Eastern Owl honour tradition, community and stand up for themselves and others on sophomore album
Local all-nations all-women folk band Eastern Owl released their sophomore album Qama’si on March 29, at the Cochrane Street Centre in St. John’s. Joined by guest musicians like throat
Globe-trotting activist and sexual abuse survivor Gemma Hickey discusses their trip to the Vatican City for a pivotal clergy abuse summit
Gemma Hickey is a globe-trotting activist. They cover some serious distance – 938km by foot walking across the island in 2015 to raise awareness for clergy abuse, over
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