Two local super groups come back from the dead for your Hallowe’en pleasure.
Ontario-based Polaris nominees are bringing their spooky, ambient folk to Cochrane Street United.
Calling itself the “toughest race in eastern North America,” the Cape to Cabot goes October 16.
Intended to increase efficiency, a new rule at city hall which says all media inquiries should be directed through either the Communications Officer or city councillors seems to be having the opposite effect. Sarah Smellie dialed 311.
Elling Lien speaks with Canadian modern dancer Margie Gillis about her work and the Sun News Network debacle before her debut performance in Newfoundland on October 11 at the Festival of New Dance.
Throw garbage, watch it smash, hit the slopes? Taryn Sheppard examines how dumps are becoming destintations.
If St. John’s mayor Dennis O’Keefe gets his way, we should see online voting by the next municipal election in 2013.
The legendary Halifax candy and novelty store Freak Lunchbox is coming to town!
Three spooky storytelling events will leave you with a fright just in time for Hallowe’en.
All sorts of fantastical creatures are on display at the Leyton Gallery this month.
Cover of our October 2011 issue.
Reykjavik’s Best Party general manager Heiða Helgadottir on why politics should stop being so damn boring already.
The Scope Mötley Editorial Crüe talked to the candidates, waded through the platforms, and put their heads together to endorse candidates in eight St. John’s ridings.