Plant-based desserts for holiday entertaining
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LETTER: I totally disagree with Don Cherry
LETTER: ‘Lest We Forget’
LETTER: Shame on Sportsnet for firing Don Cherry
LETTER: Good riddance to Don Cherry
Five people displaced following St. John's house fire Tuesday night
RNC, Rovers conducting extensive search for missing man in Goulds ...
St. John’s council expanding sidewalk snowclearing
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TELEGRAM SAVES LIVES: Giving thanks to the giv’ers
TELEGRAM SAVES LIVES: Serving up pancakes for blood donors
TELEGRAM SAVES LIVES: Blood donor becomes grateful blood recipient
TELEGRAM SAVES LIVES: Community leader fighting cancer gives thanks
Dayglo Abortions mark 40 years of punk with St. John’s gigs
TELEGRAM SAVES LIVES: Blood donations, new heart saved my baby
Newfoundland and Labrador tradition of canning survives generations
Newfoundland and Labrador has a culture like no other and traditions that stem not only from the various nations whose proud peoples flocked to our shores over centuries but also from the life that we carved out with sweat and blood from an ...
Chance Cove mental health advocate advances from social media platform to TIFF red carpet
Stephen Hooper of Chance Cove has been long recognized for his work with Kids Help Phone. However, his visit to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is unlike anything he’s experienced before. The young man, who has used his social ...
JILL ELLSWORTH: Back to School
I may not have gone back to school shopping, or stuffed a backpack with new school supplies, but this September I became a student again. After checking bachelor’s degrees in English and journalism off the list and settling into my ...
Toronto Rock & Roll Revival took the sting out of missing Woodstock for Newfoundland man
By Don Nichol Special to The Telegram One of the oft-quoted paradoxes in rock history: if you can remember Woodstock, you weren’t there. Perhaps because the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival was a one-day festival with less ...
AMONG FRIENDS: Creating crazy critters
Frank’s Crazy Critters are real proof that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A bucket of rusty bolts, a worn out saw blade or an old garden rake is enough to spur Frank Parsonage’s creativity. He flinches a ...
Natural disasters end with human tragedy in Cape Breton author Linden MacIntyre’s latest work
Earthquakes and tsunamis sound like something to worry about if you live on Canada’s west coast but surprisingly, some of the worst have been experienced on this side of the country. And according to “The Wake: The Deadly Legacy of a ...
From our archives: Photographer Robert Frank, seeker of light
Robert Frank, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, died Monday in Inverness, N.S. Here's a feature story from our archives, originally published in 2014, after features writer Lois Legge and photojournalist Adrien Veczan ...
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Overdoing your child’s birthday party
Last weekend, we threw a jungle-themed birthday party for our three-year-old. Yes, you read that correctly. I said three-year-old. Was it epic? Of course it was. Will he ever remember it? Hell no; he’s three! I usually groan when ...
MODERN MILLEE: Bring on the fall
I love fall, and it’s not because of the pumpkin spice stuff and all that trendy crap. For me fall – or, ahem, autumn – is about the harvest, the hard work, the community and togetherness that comes with Thanksgiving, but most of ...
JANICE WELLS: Second-hand style
I don’t mean to brag, but I have been so ahead of the curve for so long that I am in danger of turning into a concentric circle. Back in the '70s, I started using house plants a lot in decorating, just because I liked them. I kid you ...