Surprising as it might seem, social life in the province did not always revolve around alcohol. In pre-Confederation times, the role of religious groups dominated, and these often placed teetotalling – non-drinking – at the centre of public life.
“I want the treatment to feel a little bit like Instagram or Snapchat. I want it to feel like today’s youth and be relatable to today’s youth,” Gamberg explained.“…I want it to be watchable like Internet media is watchable so it will be a quick moving short film with a lot of quick cuts.”
The Essential Transit Association has called on all St. John’s City Council candidates to back a three-part initial plan to improve the region’s inadequate transit service.
“The Expo will have everything from an art school to restaurants to cleaning services. There’s going to be some great promotions there from the businesses, there’ll be coupons and giveaways.”
The Municipal Elections Act clearly states in two places that, for mail-based voting, voting by proxy is not allowed, yet the act was misinterpreted by city staff, who communicated to the public that vote by proxy was permitted.
We’re getting a basketball tem; Heavy Tree Rd is officially closed for farmers only; IJ Sampson to become apartment and seniors’ space; and more
When he wrote the first script, Des Walsh was very concerned with staying true to the novel. This time around he’s given himself a little bit more room to play.
Local Etsy vendors are switching their IP address for a physical address this Saturday at Atlantic Place.
Payam Akhavan is presenting “In Search of a Better World: ‘The Oneness of Humankind’” on Friday September 22nd at the DF Cook Recital Hall in Memorial University’s School of Music.
“I’ve moved around a fair bit in my career, usually getting bored in a job after 3-4 years. I’ve been at the Harris Centre for thirteen years now. I’m fortunate that I was able to build a team from scratch.”
Fresh off their performance at the Iceberg Alley performance tent this weekend, where they shared the stage with Canadian legends Sloan, Fairgale is gearing up for their sophomore release this November.
“I think this is a great place to live, and we have a lot of potential, but we might be letting it slip away if we don’t act now.”
His university friends would celebrate with him when he broke fast after Ramadan, and he jokes that people would often pay for his ginger ale at the bar as opposed to urging him to drink.
This is beyond the level of technique usually present in local releases, and it comes from all corners of the band. It’s a myriad of tastes, of approaches, and of genres. For fans of heavy music, it’s definitely a worthwhile voyage.