In 1974, Timothy O’Bryan died because his father, Ronald, put cyanide in his Pixy Stix in order to collect insurance money. When Timothy died, Ronald claimed “a stranger must have poisoned my kid’s Halloween candy.”Read More
Crown and Anchor took home the Audience Choice Award at its Nickel Film Festival premiere this summer, and now a grander audience can check out the film in theatres in St. John’s, August 24th, as well as Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Portland, and Virginia.Read More
Out of Earshot, a new DIY music and arts festival based at Eastern Edge Gallery is launching August 23-25th.We spoke to founding member, Jess Barry, about the origins of the fest and some of the acts she’s most excited about.Read More
Tsunamis are meant to happen elsewhere. Out beyond the Atlantic pale and confined to the Pacific ring of fire. Strictly the preserve of myth, rumour, and distant voices. It always had been, until 1929.Read More
“Nothing short of proof will suffice any longer. The choice is between the burden of proof and the burden of a potential catastrophe, and so the choice could not be clearer.”Read More
The money comes from the Federal Government’s “Transit Infrastructure Improvement Fund,” so it is just that: improvements to infrastructure, not the sorts of operational improvements many folks are longing for.Read More
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