(Spoiler: It’s a boy!)
Much of the City of St. John’s Cycling Plan has been sent back to the drawing board, it seems.
The Scope is changing. The print edition will go monthly, and our website will pick up steam. Wheeeeeeee! The future is now!
It takes a village to make a record in St. John’s, and all hands were on deck for this band’s first full-length release.
Sarah Smellie sits down with Edward Burtynsky to talk about Oil, oil, and some advice for Danny Williams.
Believe it or not, George Lucas once used to be a good filmmaker, says Adam Clarke.
Babies, babies, babies! Flowerchild is the latest local shop to take advantage of the local baby boom.
Group rides for people who don’t want to race.
“Scrambled eggs, oh my dear, you have such lovely legs,” as Paul McCartney once wrote.
Ordinary Spokes is a new grassroots organization in town that promotes cycling as a great way to navigate your busy city life. Co-founder Juls Mack sat down with Jillian Butler to discuss.
By Juls Mack
Cover photo of cyclist Matt Reynolds by Eliot Wright. You can read about Reynolds’ Bike the Street program here.
Like the print edition, but iPaddier