Compiled by Bryhanna Greenough
When the snow and cold of January rolls around, Bryhanna Greenough has a range of laid-back social activities to help you avoid going full hermit.
Information? Who needs it? Sarah Smellie looks into the provincial government’s MYOB Law.
Drew Brown looks back at 2012 before that apocalypse thing happens.
Three new clothes stores could help land you in Stitch Up.
Laser enthusiast Greg Leaman uses lasers to laser engrave things. Did we mention he uses lasers?
Beer-of-the-month-club (Beertheif)? Beer tastings (starting December 7)? Yes please!
Filmmaker and scientist Joel Heath’s latest film about the evolving relationship between Belcher Islands Inuit and the common eider bird to seven years to make, and he’ll be here to talk about it on January 7th at 7:00.
Everybody’s favourite party band The Wobbly Pops are ringing in the New Year with Cafeteria and the Texmestics at the Rock House.
These aren’t your childhood fairy tales.
Regular People is as close as you’ll get to real Pantera, at least until you’re sent to the great grow-op in the sky.
The patron saint of Scottish poetry has had his own annual local haggis feast 176 years and counting.
MUN’s annual festival of all things literary offers a bit of warmth to a cold and bleak time of the year.
A come as you are New Years Eve bash at the CLB Armoury.
Everyone is welcome to a free turkey dinner on Christmas Day at St. Thomas’ Church on Military Road