Newfoundland filmmaker G. Patrick Cordon Interview

Just because Halloween’s come and gone doesn’t mean we can enjoy a spooky movie. Especially when that movie is written and directed by Newfoundlander and MUN Alumni G. Patrick Cordon. Corden’s latest film, “Incredible Violence”, follows Cordon, played by Stephen…

What is the Old Hag?

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night, unable to move, unable to make a sound, with a cold chill going down your spine? In that moment, have you seen something, or had the terrifying feeling that…

Review: “Joker”

Reporter: Joshua Brown, The Muse Don’t let the clown on the cover fool you, this film is anything but a laugh. A slow-paced, harrowing story of a sympathetic character’s downward spiral into insanity with close to no comedic relief; a…

Review: ‘Voices,’ A Poignant Portrayal of Misunderstanding and Mental Illness

There wasn’t an unplucked heart-string in the theatre at the LSPU, following MUN Drama’s presentation of ‘Voices,’ a short play that closed out the St. John’s Short Play Festival on September 19th, 21st, and 22nd. The play demonstrates the struggle…

The Death of Brick & Mortar Stores and the Rise of E-Commerce

On Monday, Forever21 announced that they will shut down all business operations in Canada and re-structure their remaining assets in the US and abroad by declaring bankruptcy. They have filed to shut down their 44 stores in Canada with liquidation…

Interview with Author Patrick Warner

Patrick Warner grew up in Claremorris, County Mayo in Ireland before moving to St. John’s in 1980. While here, he received a B.A in English and Anthropology from Memorial University and began his career as a writer. He’s published several…

Meet the Inspirational Miss Tammy Lynn Oliver-Snook (Miss NL, 2018-2019)

Miss Tammy Snook is a 22-year-old Newfoundlander, the current Miss Newfoundland and Labrador for 2018-2019 and a busy bee. She combines being a full-time student with three part-time jobs: Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union Teller, Security Solutions NL Inc. Supervisor, and Indigena Skincare Social Media Assistant and…

Craft at Risk

Over time we have lost the skills of making and using crafts of yesteryear. When was the last time you weaved a basket or made a tea doll? Heritage NL and the Craft Council of NL are concerned about this…

Matt Wright and Vicky Mullaley to Start Comedy Tour Across Newfoundland and Labrador

Two Newfoundland comedians will be performing at Arts and Culture Centers across the island from October 4th to December 28th. Hailing from Gander, Matt Wright is a stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and director. Matt is bringing his new comedy album…

Celebrating Pride

Pflag St. John’s Chapter and ACNL are teaming up to create an 2SLGBTQAI+ living histories project in partnership with The Rooms and Eastern Edge Gallery.  2SLGBTQAI+ history in Newfoundland and Labrador is sparsely found in archives, libraries, and online –…