The New Voices Showcase at the A.C. Hunter Library on Feb. 24 invites local authors to present work in their own languages.
From forbidden to cherished, contemporary First Nations songs are now listened to and enjoyed by many.
The financial life of an artist is known to be difficult, so artists here are welcoming the additional funding through the Year of the Arts.
A local couple’s impromptu idea goes on to become a tradition for 20 years.
Local workshop hopes to foster creativity with every brush stroke.
April is National Poetry Month in Canada. A group of five poets is hosting an event intended to inspire and connect with people through transparent conversations and poetry readings.
As the semester draws to a close, CNA textile and apparel design students begin preparing for their end-of-year runway show. Shannon JonesKicker
A children’s book by Gander author Dawn Baker is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a new edition that captures the essence of Newfoundland and Labrador’s culture and traditions.
People in Newfoundland and Labrador are known for their swear words, but it takes a special skill to joke without them, says Stef Curran.
Nola Field and her daughter Melissa form bonds of clay and create lasting memories, while also challenging themselves and reducing stress through pottery.