Tips, resources & information for newcomers and residents on how to help save the planet from imminent destruction. A handy guide by Richard Kelly.
Because “160.9344-kilometer diet aspirer” doesn’t sound quite as good.
Lots of people in St. John’s asking this question these days, so for those visual folks among you, here are the wards as seen on the city’s mega-huge ward map. Still not sure what ward you’re in? Leave a comment and we’ll try to figure it out.
Once only useful for grossing people out, fish guts may find a practical use and reduce the province’s dependency on fossil fuels.
Get outta town.
Using our beloved public transit system.
Kerri Breen on local music history on a pole, a new arts festival, and literary theatre out Trinity way.
Hunter, Hunter is a big independent record being released on a big independent record label, and Amelia Curran is trying to prepare herself for what’s to come.
Is high school really like in the movies? Adam and Michael watch Twilight, Dead Poet’s Society, and Heathers to figure it out.
On their very first release, Victor Lewis and the guys from Kujo commit their set list to disc, and play the music they really love to play. By David Keating.
Save your carbon credits by checking out the city’s markets, stores and groceries which stock goods made by local companies and that are in-step with the environmental movement.
Seaworld may have Shamu, but we have Lenny, the seal with a rubber fetish.
Our picks of this fortnight’s don’t-miss events.