Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Red curtains rise again for Maxim Mazumdar
Western Star community calendar
Excavator being used in Blanche Brook upsets Stephenville man
Corner Brook Legion celebrates one of its own
Benoit’s Cove resident believes parents need to work together to address bullying ...
Benoit’s Cove resident killed in all-terrain accident on Logger School Road
York Harbour’s Timothy Sheppard sentenced to 3 months for fraud
Jesse Renouf dedicated to Bay St. George Special Olympics Torch Relay
The Western Star
Gerald Allen, 82, proud to have his works in Corner Brook long-term care art exhibit
Lion's Roar - June 15
Corner Brook sisters only too glad to openly celebrate the Mi'kmaq culture they had to hide as kids
Amos Semigak — traditional Inuit carver
Group from Laurentian University wowed by Long Range Mountain hiking experience in western Newfoundland
New play by Jeff Pitcher tells the stories of 17 Northern Peninsula men who served in the First World War
Paradise pupils get hands dirty, learn folk tales
Whether the art is given to grandma or framed and put on the wall, Ken Murphy believes there is some big talent among Newfoundland and Labrador’s smaller citizens. “I’ve walked in and stood there, seen it and said, ‘Kids ...
Paint colour renamed to honour Victoria Best
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — When it comes to special moments — or memories of a good friend — no gesture is too small. So for Meghan Pollard, a recent effort to rename a colour of paint in memory of her friend Victoria Best means a lot ...
Braxton Comedy Festival underway in St. John's
The Braxton Comedy Festival opened on Monday, with an apt inaugural event, “My First Festival Time.” The festival challenged seasoned and new performers to write five minutes of new material throughout the month of June – think ...
Change in setting for Grand Bank Regional Theatre this summer
GRAND BANK, N.L. – Improvisation is part and parcel of the theatre world. So, the Grand Bank Regional Theatre switching venues this summer — while maybe an inconvenience — won’t stop the show. The theatre was denied ...
Springdale native releasing third album
SPRINGDALE, N.L. — If time and distance could be the same measurement, it would definitely feel like a “long distance” has passed since Christian Howse started playing a used guitar his father got him at a yard sale. In terms of ...
N.L. country artist a finalist in nationwide competition
He’s already a rising star in the country music world, but Jason Benoit is now one of top three artists voted for SiriusXM’s Top of the Country competition. The Newfoundland native from Fox Island River has gone from playing bars to ...
Young Newfoundland actors tackle Broadway play in Gander
GANDER, N.L. – With 25 young actors, a provincial premiere, and extensive music and dance choreography – “Peter and the Starcatcher” was a particularly intense challenge for Beyond the Overpass Youth Theatre. The Tony ...
The Food Dude — The Rock n’ Ramen
I love moose, both the animal and the meat. While there are slim to no situations in which I would kill one on purpose, I don’t begrudge others for doing so. As such, my freezer at any point in the year (if I can help it) is stocked with ...
Book Remarks — We’ll All Be Burnt In Our Beds Some Night
For frig sake! I can’t find the “The Cuffer Anthology” I’m looking for. I do know this though: Joel Thomas Hynes won the first place Cuffer Prize 2010. I also entered that contest but I didn’t win. Nevertheless, ...
Volunteers from BMO in Corner Brook paint Association for New Canadians office
A group of volunteers from BMO in Corner Brook spent Thursday afternoon painting at the Association for New Canadians office. The painting project was part of the United Way’s Day of Caring that sees workplace volunteers complete projects ...