Famed literary critic, Reginald D. Abergavenny III, is back to take a close look at the literary merits of some of the more popular I saw Yous.
From the same procrastinating people who brought you #NewfoundlandBands, here are some hits from this morning’s #HolyroodMovieStars hashtag on Twitter.
In the 18th it was the poet, the 19th the novelist, the 20th the rapper; in ours, the 21st century, the great writer is the anonymous internet writer. Famed literary critic Dr. Reginald D. Abergavenny III turns his critical eye to two recent I Saw Yous.
Morgan Murray did some digging and found a handful of national and local examples of a few kinds of multi-purpose arts spaces.
To celebrate the anniversary of what has become the most popular section of our website, we have commissioned a famed literary critic to take a closer look at a few of the more popular I Saw Yous.
It still has 3.3 time the national average, and that’s still cool.
Saturday, April 2 at CBTGs from 9pm-3am.
Sarah Smellie looks at the phenomenon of crowdfunding.
Andy Jones sets The Abbie Table: Reflections on Life in the Salt Fishery.
Folk culture is more than just music…
It was 105 years ago on this day that St. John’s photographer T.B. Hayward captured a snapshot of the legendary Virgin Mary iceberg.
Part travelogue, part social history, The World is a Ball is not just about the game, but about the spirit of it.
Forget the Olympics, the FIFA World Cup is the most widely viewed sporting event on the planet.
A spectre is haunting St. John’s—the spectre of pedestrianism.
Yes Ma’am, it’s time for our annual Comic Contest.