History remembers some people, but typically just for one thing. In Kathleen Winter’s funny, new, and strikingly innovative novel, Lost in September, she turns this train of thought to a real life figure, James Wolfe.
Author Chad Pelley
Lightheartedly known as “The Best Ukraine Band in Newfoundland,” they’re certainly that. But they’re also consistently touted as the Best Local Band to See Live, and not just according to this year’s People’s Choice Polls in The Overcast.
Believe it or not, there’s a treaty, dating back to 1967, called the Outer Space Treaty (OST). It is a pact that designates outer space as “the province of all mankind,” and the nearly 100 countries who signed it all agreed to not colonize a celestial body or use it for military operations.
Most recently, InnovateNL seeded a local farm with $140,000 to expand its operations. The $140,000 will support Bickerstaffe Farms and Nurseries in developing ways to grow small fruits and green crops year-round, despite our climate.
Lahey is serving up her own ultra-modern, brooding spin on folk pop.
The Writers Trust of Canada’s Annual Journey Prize is awarded to the very best short story published in Canada every year.
A thirty-three year old man has quit his job, sold his home, and bought an old school bus to deliver funding to community projects along a cross-country roatrip. You can help him do so by buying a $10, personalized bumper sticker on his bus.
“Remembering how quiet the trips to the Bay would be as a younger person, it was crazy to have a night out in a place the way you can in the Trinity Bight in 2017,” Sturge says.
Eighty-one mineral occurrences were found within the study area, including gold, chromium, copper, nickel, lead, and zinc.
Scientists are wondering A.) How did Rangeomorphs grow to be so big, relative to other life forms of their time, and B.) why does their appearance in the fossil record coincide with a sudden explosion in different life forms?