An interview with this year’s CBC Massey lecturer, theoretical physicist Neil Turok.
Bryhanna Greenough talks to Vancouver performer Tara Cheyenne about her upcoming murder mystery show at the Festival of New Dance.
Mike Heffernan’s new book, The Other Side of Midnight: Taxi Cab Stories, a collection of interviews with anonymous St. John’s taxi drivers, is a fascinating glimpse at a side of the city most never get to see.
The 23rd edition of the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival will feature more feature films than ever before. The Scope’s film critics have picked some not-to-be-missed favourites.
Adam Clarke talks with documentary filmmaker Kristy Guevara-Flanagan about the history of Wonder Woman and other female super heroes.
Three local indie game designers on the trials and tribulations of making games in Newfoundland.
The month that was by Drew Brown.
Taryn Sheppard thinks we can do better than put a big ol’ fence around the harbour.
Big businesses from far and wide are flocking to the St. John’s Metro Area for a piece of the boom town pie.
Online organic grocer Real Food Market opens.
New fine dining resto on Duckworth Street.
The IceCaps start their season against the Adirondack Phantoms at Mile One on October 19.
The Storytelling Festival’s Story Slam will send shivers down your spine.
The East Coast Trail Association is hosting a series of hikes of various sections of the vaunted 540-kilometre trail.
Calgary’s popular twittering mayor comes to town to give MUN’s John Kenneth Galbraith Lecture in Public Policy.