The Town of Dildo
Crime & violence
Information? Who needs it? Sarah Smellie looks into the provincial government’s MYOB Law.
Mike Heffernan’s new book, The Other Side of Midnight: Taxi Cab Stories, a collection of interviews with anonymous St. John’s taxi drivers, is a fascinating glimpse at a side of the city most never get to see.
Dancer Louise Moyes looks at a changing city and its changing women. By Sarah Smellie
The Newfoundland fishery and Billy Boot garbage bags. By Sarah Smellie
The humble food truck has gone gourmet almost everywhere else—what’s the hold up here in St. John’s? Sarah Smellie investigates.
The federal government cuts to the CBC have left Republic of Doyle standing, but in Newfoundland and Labrador they will very likely mark the end of an era for local music recording.
Get your cupcake on at the new cupcake shop on Torbay Road.
To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of its sinking, MUN is hosting a lecture and The Rooms an exhibit all about the Titantic.
The biggest book sale you’ve ever seen goes again at the Arts & Culture Centre in support of the Canadian Federation of University Women.
Jerry is coming to Mile One. Kramer, George, Elaine, and the Soup Nazi are not.
Lawnya Vawnya’s popular fundraiser gives you a second chance to get your awkward adolescence right.
“It’s definitely an ‘alt gallery’ as opposed to an art gallery.”
It’s now more expensive to park illegally in St. John’s.