Cover illustration by José González.
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.
The numbers behind recent cuts to CBC.
Morgan Murray did some digging and found a handful of national and local examples of a few kinds of multi-purpose arts spaces.
Drew Brown looks back at the month that was.
The Scope presents a mostly-exhaustive list of all conceivable happy hours on offer in this thirsty town.
The Environmental Advisory Committee, established in 1994 as part of the city’s development regulations, fizzled into near-oblivion somehow in the early 2000s. Now it’s back.
In 19th century Baltimore, Edgar Allan Poe is attacked by astronauts and bears! Detective Adam Clarke is on the case.
With their congregations dwindling, Taryn Sheppard asks, what will happen to churches?
Healthy fast food joint Happy Hummus Hut opening mid-May on Duckworth Street.
This month’s installment Words in Edgewise invites people to share stuff they wrote before long division and the water cycle squeezed in and made the world a little less fun.
For six weeks Calgary-based performance artist Stephen Mueller will be spending about 155 hours encased in a glass box.
Recent CNA Craft and Apparel Design graduates will be showing their stuff at the LSPU Hall.
Long Dick’s Sausage Emporium has solved the riddle of city bureaucracy and is now serving giant sausages on Duckworth Street.
Get your crafty on at a whole bunch of craft-related events around town.