Three music writers for The Overcast share their reactions to "Me + You" off Prose and Cons
"It'd be a damn shame if something so brutally stupid 'changed everything' about what this country."
Click Here to See the First Ever Borealis Prize Shortlist!
The city has released big plans and promises for better snowclearing this year
Watch out for more delicious dishes from these two in our print issues, starting this November, with a favourite local fare (hint: moose).
Three exceptional albums were so close to the shortlist they exposed a conundrum or two in a common music award adjudication system.
The bigger story is that the 4 women making the allegations will not go on the record, because we the public already have the audacity to tell them how to feel about what's happened to them
Fittingly, "All the Hours" is about missing your favourite people while playing to strangers on a tour.
This years awards were spread out evenly among deserving winners
He's an innovator, a groundbreaking songwriter, and he's here, Saturday night.
At their second meeting, 100 men declared Choices For Youth their recipient charity over St. John’s R.E.A.L. Program and Eating Disorder Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador.
A Rowdy Local Band, Rogues, Have Been Reinventing Trad with Much Success.
The Market's move into the former Metrobus shelter will come with many perks.
After out-singing 400 locals, Mallory will now record a single in Nashville, among other prizes.
New 311 St. John's app lets users report and track known issues in the city, like potholes and broken parking meters.
Behold, the albums longlisted for our first annual prize-packed music award
A new 4-pronged plan is about to be launched to give chronically questionabe landlords harsher, more frequent reprimands
Catch Their Last Set Tonight at The Levee
The recording of a new one-off supergroup album brought 11 Canadian songwriters to the Yukon to strike collaborative gold.
Win Your Way In to a Night of Good, Creepy Fun.
The Market's move to the old Metrobus station would allow for permanently stationed (and more numerous) vendors.
Something needs to change, and that's the spirit of tonight's music video + short film + book launch. "The Launch" will be as entertaining as it is informative