October 16, 2017 By: Natalie Dignam Have you ever use two cans and some string to make a “phone” when you were a kid? Lauren...

October 9, 2017 By - Natalie Dignam Don’t miss out on the 2017 St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival (SJIWFF). From October 18 to 22, films...

There are many roads that can lead you to what you want to be. Particularly if what you want to be is a part...

On March 28, six trans young people will share their experiences in TransVersing at the Barbara Barrett Theatre. The show features readings that integrate...

As far as years go in the pop cultural zeitgeist, 2016 was generally viewed as fairly awful. Beloved celebrities died; a now-hated celebrity...

Amelia Curran’s eighth album Watershed wears its maturity on the outside. Curran’s experience in song-writing and living are translated seamlessly into her music and...

The trailer for Bad Life Choices opens with two twenty-somethings recoiling from the daylight that is invading their living room and hangovers. The show’s...

There are literally hundreds of dollars to be made in the poetry business through the English Department’s Gregory J. Power Poetry Competition. The contest...

After a long, painful wait, Zelda fans around the world can finally rejoice at the arrival of the new Legend of Zelda: Breath of...

On March 15, Dionne Brand will be in St. John’s to give her Pratt Lecture “A Hidden Verb Takes Inventory” at the LSPU Hall....