A round up of all the festivals going on around town all summer long.
Shag it, instead of just one month why not go all the way back?
We asked all ten of last year’s shortlisted bands and artists to share their favourite summer albums.
The Newfoundland fishery and Billy Boot garbage bags. By Sarah Smellie
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 takes a walk on the dark side with St. John’s Haunted Hike creator Dale Jarvis.
A list of good cheap wine by Jeremy Bonia, sommelier and co-owner of Raymonds.
A look ahead at a handful of summer films, by Mark Jerrett, Natalie Ivany, Jen Squires, and Lauren Power.
That much. But it’s pretty much on par with that corner store that offered video rentals, says Adam Clarke.
City hall watchdog Andrew Harvey looks at the big issues of the past few months.
The Wreckhouse Jazz and Blues Festival gets brassy.
Heartland heart-throb formerly known as Cougar plays a duo of dates at Mile One
Local percussionist/composer Curtis Andrews is raising money to help children in Ghana with a fundraising show at The Ship.
The centerpiece of MUN’s all-years reunion is The Wicked Memorial Variety Show, featuring: The Wonderful Grand Band and Hey Rosetta!, Amelia Curran, Barry Canning, Andrew James O’Brien, and Jonny Harris. And it’s hosted by TV’s Mark O’Brien.