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Book ReMarks: A Tangled Web
Sgt. Winston Windflower — starring Adam Beach in my noggin — has been stationed at the RCMP detachment in Grand Bank ever since he came to Newfoundland five books ago. In “A Tangled Web,” (Baico Publishing), the sixth Sgt. ...
Steve Bartlett: The trashiest column in today’s paper
Boom! A transformer blew and the power went out in the middle of the “Tangled,” a Disney-fied version of “Rapunzel.” The kids were upset. I told them it was a power outage, there was nothing I could do, and to let ...
Pam Frampton: On the razor’s edge
“When blinding storm gusts fret thy shore And wild waves lash thy strand…” — Sir Cavendish Boyle, “Ode to Newfoundland” I left Newfoundland in the late 1980s to find work on the mainland, the same ...
The Food Dude: Trick and treat!
Halloween. While officially celebrated Oct. 31, it is one of those holidays (like Christmas) with a “spirit” that transcends the day itself, bleeding into the chilly weeks beforehand as people of all ages begin planning their costumes ...
STEVE BARTLETT: Wishful thinking
C’mon bell, ring. I’ve got to get home — as fast as I can. I’m expecting something. It comes every fall, and when it does, it’s the best day of the year, next to Christmas, my birthday and report card day. I ...
The Food Dude: Rough grub, rougher waters
It was December of 2016 and I was engaged to a wonderful woman, soon to be a stepfather to an amazing little boy, and in need of money. ...
PAT CULLEN: Please give generously to your food bank
Food bank usage is on the rise in this area because people don’t have enough money to buy groceries after the bills are paid, according to representatives of some food banks. Coordinators say the increases are among seniors, young single ...
John Brown: Law not as easy as it looks
"Those who love sausages and those who love the law, should never watch while they are being made." A few years ago I listened to another lawyer complain about the influx of pre-made wills and related documents. In some cases work that ...
Russell Wangersky: No excuses
There are small, wet brown mushrooms coming up along the edges of the hilltop trail, a sure sign that autumn is in full flush. And I didn’t stalk and threaten even one woman on social media today. The walk to work was uneventful, fat dark ...
Pam Frampton: Islamophobia, made right here
Pam Frampton My friends and I knew a handful of guys from Nigeria, mostly from well-to-do families who saw value in sending their sons abroad to study medicine or biochemistry. There were students from India, Pakistan and China, and there was ...