“A huge part of it for me is just getting people to think about waste. I want kids to start thinking about how plastic bags are never going away.”
“I want to build a company that will help Newfoundlanders stay in Newfoundland.”
TableTop Day is “Basically a worldwide celebration of a love of board games.”
They also keep the big jumpers and little jumpers separated to keep all jumpers safe. That’s probably for the best: you don’t want a five-year-old launched at you at ramming speed.
For $75 per year, members get access to the whole inventory for week-long rentals. The shop will open February 28th, but memberships are currently available.
I got into painting and illustration when I was working at a cinema, running the projector. The owner there would paint these Bob Ross style landscapes that I thought were amazing. After that I was a landscape painter for a stint, haha.”
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.
“A lot of men don’t see domestic abuse as a men’s issue. They see it as a women’s issue alone when in fact it’s an issue that has to be addressed by all sexes and genders. We have to all work together to get people to see that.”