The Newsbag for September 4th, 2018: The Ninth Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador Takes to the Field Amid Softball Scuffle As a hard-nosed lawyer, a cutthroat business man, and the controversial ninth Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador, we should all know by now that Danny
A park in Oxford, N.S. has been losing ground to a growing crater that is rapidly swallowing trees, picnic benches, and portions of a parking lot.
To help navigate the diverse lineup of new and emerging eastern Canadian bands and artists set to comprise Out of Earshot’s shows, workshops, installations and presentations, we compiled an audio / video primer to set the mood for your artistically adventurous week in St. John’s.
As we’ve seen in the news, incidents of pets being rushed to the vet for ingesting marijuana are on the rise. If you love your furry buds as much as your dank ones, here are some tips on how not to be a dummy.
Although he possessed otherworldly talents, Nova Scotia-born boxer Sam Langford died penniless in 1956. Langford’s story is built more on rumour and legend than actual fact, because when he was active there was a concerted effort to diminish his historic career.
Photos from the May 26th SE/LV showcase in St. John’s featuring Booji Boys, Botfly, Yee Grlz and Conditioner.
“It’s a Canadian Content Crime Podcast. It could be aired on the CBC and count as their Canadian content for the day, even. So much Canadian stuff, you have maple syrup in your ears after listening, it is so Canadian”.
In celebration of 4/20, we reached out to our pals across Atlantic Canada for their anecdotes and experiences of life on weed: the good, the bad and the paranoid.
Want me to tell you something better than good? The Queen of Funk has been added to the 2018 Halifax Jazz Festival lineup.