It’s official: we have higher rates of crime in general compared to the Canadian average.
“I never even considered that Indigenous music might have been an influence on blues and jazz and the roots of American popular music. It never even occurred to me, and it seems so obvious once you start looking into the history,” Bainbridge said. “…it makes me wonder what else I don’t know about our foundations in North America.”
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This Saturday, October 21 at 8:00pm at The Ship Pub.
A new pack of competent councillors, a new brewery on Duckworth, a preliminary report on Mile One’s missing money, and more
The St. John’s Farmers’ Market has a chance to win another $50,000 towards their new space on Freshwater Road, but they can’t do it without you.
“In a recent interview with Noisey, Brandon Flowers, said that new rock bands haven’t been achieving widespread popularity in recent times because “there hasn’t been anybody good enough. I submit that he’s in need of perspective, just as I was ten years ago “dancing” to Mr. Brightside at Lottie’s with my sixth White Russian sloshing in hand.”
Lawlor claims to have no recollection of the night, and pleaded not guilty, despite having confessed to police that he has strong desires to harm men exhibiting what he deems to be promiscuous sexual behaviour.
Impact Construction is 1 of 3 remarkable social enterprises operated through Choices For Youth.
“It’s really important to give well-earned credit to the young women who are standing behind feminist activism and might be looking at things differently than us … mentorship can foster that while also giving young people a platform so we can learn from them too.”
In less than two years, local company Hey Orca has achieved $1 million (USD!) in Annually Recurring Revenue. Their Monthly Recurring Revenue has increased a whopping 170% since 2017 began. That’s as strong a year as a company can hope for.
It’s that exciting time of year again: The St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival is taking over the town with a week’s worth of fabulous films, forums, workshops and events.
4 artists went into the night with 5 nominations each: Janet Cull, Ian Foster, Steve Maloney and The Once, while 3 names left with three trophies a piece: Steve Maloney, Janet Cull, and The Kubasonics.
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