Tony Ingram is one of Newfoundland’s best b-boys, and has been one for eight years. He is also a physical therapist and runs the website B-Boy Science.
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City hall watchdog Andrew Harvey on the cost of colouring outside the lines.
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Canadian alt-country chanteuse Kathleen Edwards comes to town.
A pair of new art galleries come to downtown.
C2C Theatre presents Jez Butterworth’s darkly comic Parlour Song.
By Michael Butler
Photos of Newfoundland b-boy and physiotherapist Tony Ingram by Darrell Edwards.