While quite young, Ali and his brother started a small food table at an outdoor food market in Iraq, selling hummus and pastries and pizzas. And then the bombs fell.
Author Chad Pelley
Every year is a busy year for Matt Wright, but this one more than ever. It must be his constant devotion to comedy that has made him the undisputed “Funniest Comic in NL” for a third year in a row, in The Overcast’s People’s Choice Awards.
There’s been a lot of talk of how people should be supporting downtown businesses lately, and downtown’s newest addition, Ruby Rose, is quite a community-minded shop, so it offers double the Karma points for Christmas shopping.
John Prine, a legend among singer-songwriters, is coming to St. John’s on May 8th, and tickets, going on sale Friday Dec. 9th at the Arts & Culture Centre, won’t last long.
In a Week Where Downtown Closures Dominate the News, Our Food Scene is Bringing in TV Crews for Rave Reviews.
Louis Glass invented the thing by modifying a recording machine and adding a coin slot.
While thousands of Coyotes have been trapped or hunted on the island in recent years, wolves are a rare find, having been hunted to extinction on the island around 1930.
A collection of interesting background notes on all of Cohen’s studio albums, and through them, a summary of his musical career in 2,000 words.
There’s a famous relationship adage: The couple that plays together stays together. Today’s look at the Borealis longlist focuses on two couples who play together in the musical sense
Back when Sherry Ryan’s father worked with the NL Railway, there was a trapper named Lauchie MacDougall who claimed he could “smell the wind” on a particularly bad day. He became known as the human wind gauge, and was given $20 a month and a telephone to warn trains about windy southeasterlies ahead.