The building, which is of significant historical value, can still show off the political history, while the space itself can be used as a library.
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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.
“We get together and do things like butcher a lamb or make sausages. We all work together to make something, then we eat it and share any knowledge we have about the food with everyone at the table,” McCarthy explained.
Chef Kyle Puddester, heralding from the newly opened Fork in Witless Bay, went ladle-to-ladle with Chef Mark McCrowe, Newfoundland’s first Chopped Canada winner.
“Elvis’ vividly sultry face and leathered swaggering frame are as reliable a presence on the cover of The Herald as a grey sky hung over our (sometimes less than) fair city.”
“By preventing overdoses and reducing the spread of blood-borne viral infections, the sites also save money.”
“Today we will focus on one form of un-truth: the unwillingness or inability to understand a subject for which you are responsible.”
Local artists Wendy Shirran, Anita Singh, and Michael Flaherty have been selected to exhibit at the first ever Canadian Craft Biennial in Burlington and Toronto.
The actions of a thief spawned the opening of Coleman’s Grocery in 1934.
“Andy Wells: If elected mayor, will you keep tweeting? Please.”
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Every four years, we have a municipal election, and every four years voter turnout remains a little over 50%.