Cover design by Elling Lien. At first, we weren’t sure about the pink, but then we got used to it.
We know you’re excited, but let’s take a deep breath. Think for a second. Summer on the Avalon barely lasts two months, so we have to spend this time wisely.
The province’s premiere sketch comedy troupe, The Dance Party of Newfoundland, are back for another show—with a new lineup.
26 minutes with Halifax folk-rock favourite Joel Plaskett, speaking with Elling Lien about his tour, his new album, and his old cat.
Mustang Sally’s back in action, the mystery of the Village Mall revealed, and more — Sydney Blackmore wraps up your local business news.
We have seen the future of the St. John’s Metro, and it involves a lot of festivals. Here is all the info we could track down.
Shawn Hayward dials S for Story.
The Ninth Annual Nickel Film Festival is upon us! With so many films to choose from, we enlisted Adam Clarke and Michael Collins to compile a list of recommendations. These are the highlights selected after hours of watching screener copies of the fest’s impressive line-up.
Kerri Breen revisits Wayne’s World 2: “If you book them, they will come.”
From high school to Bishop’s Falls to stages in St. John’s — David Keating talks to The Mudflowers.
Righteous local weirdos Mopey Mumble Mouse hot release their new full length disc I Am Happy Being Nothing.
Andreae Prozesky blames the electric oven.
Things Fall Apart is more early AC/DC than The Heartbreakers.
“I can’t think of many other places in the world with a name represented by two internationally known breeds of dog,” says Boykov, an artist and sculptor who studied at the Bulgarian Academy of Fine Arts.
Summer numbers — from sunlight to council fights.