For many musicians, plans changed when the COVID-19 pandemic began. But the MusicNL Merch Fair created a safe space for local musicians to interact with the community.
Local company DIOSA designs is getting ready to release the Maya collection. Katie Thompson and her mother Kim Hickman co-own the company.
Margi McKay runs the Grownup Storytime program at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, offering a sense of connection and comfort to participants.
Urban Market 1919 is a new business in St. John’s providing local grocery and gift products in the hope of filling a community need. The market opened amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in early November, and […]
The life of a gig musician was never a financially stable one to begin with, and COVID-19 has only made it harder.
Online bullying isn’t new, but it still feels overwhelming.
As a Newfoundlander living in the United States of America, Oren Young sees a different USA that what most see on TV.
The community of Dildo has become popular with tourists. They go there to get photos with the sign and to visit small businesses, they aren’t going out to drive over potholes. Despite the town’s immense […]
For the last 29 years, the Women’s Institute in Port au Choix has been doing its part to bring Christmas cheer to soldiers from this province who cannot be home for the holidays.