The indie bookstore on Signal Hill Road is going out with an auction on December 10th.
For the Love of Learning (FTLOL), a local not-for-profit providing arts and educational progams to at-risk youth, has relaunched its brand, and is moving to a new location.
Taryn Sheppard reviews Robert Mellin’s new book about Newfoundland architecture during the Smallwood years.
Sherry Ryan launches her brand new full length album Sister of Mine along with performances by Sandy May, Peter Willie Youngtree, Phil Sedore, and The Enablers at the LSPU Hall.
British-born, Toronto-based songwriter offers a warm fall pick-me-up at The Ship.
The 21st Words in Edgewise will feature talks and discussion about the Occupy movement at Easter Edge Gallery.
Mummers take to the street in all sorts of ridiculous, anonymous, gender-bending garb for the centre piece of the annual Mummers Festival.
Celebrate the holidays with a wheelie festive party at Club One.
St. Thomas’ Anglican Church holds its 10th Annual Christmas Outreach Dinner on Christmas Day. Reservations required.
Get your knit on at a variety of knitting circles going on around town.
Our annual St. John’s city council report card… How did your councillors fare?
We’re sick of top fives and tens. For us, 2011 is all about fours. Here’s a look back at local news in fours.
By Ricky King
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By Kelly Bastow