Inuk-Irish artist Fredericka Jessica Coffey embraces a traditional tattoo method known as ‘hand poke’ to express her creative style and reconnect with her Indigenous roots.
On Sunday, around 20 amateur artists and students of respected painter Dave Hoddinott had their work on display at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John’s.
Family members of late broadcaster and politician Don Jamieson announced the creation of a new scholarship Thursday to assist students entering the fields of journalism, political science and communications.
The St. John’s Storytelling Festival is taking place October 10-15
Labrador husky owners, breeders and ‘mushers’ say the dogs have a special place in the history and culture of the ‘Big Land’.
The ‘Positively Beyonce’ fundraiser at Factory brought together local burlesque performers and comedians to raise $1,500 for Planned Parenthood.
Newfoundland’s first LGBTQ+ curling league is providing a safe social outlet for community members who don’t want to spend their weekends downtown.
Skymark Homes, one of the province’s largest real estate and development companies, looks to restructure.
Exercise offers an interactive, emotional look at the troubling relationship between Canada’s indigenous people and European settlers.
With the recent Corporate Research Associates’s poll showing a majority of Atlantic Canadians support screening immigrants for “Canadian values,” Kicker Radio dedicated a special 90-minute broadcast to tackling racism, discrimination and the nerves they expose.