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Hans Rollmann has 280 articles published.

PART 2: From Fashion Crimes to menswear lines

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Newfoundlanders making a difference in mainland fashion

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From fashion crimes to menswear lines

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Newfoundlanders making a difference in mainland fashion

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News Media: A voter’s best friend or worst enemy?

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Does today’s reporting risk undermining our democratic system?

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Adventures in media accuracy

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Should we believe what we read?

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From deep dark dungeons to flash mobs

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Blog: Youth organizing is serious business

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Our federal election: the fairy tale

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Once upon a time there was a land called Avalon. One day, a dark shadow emerged from the fog…

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End of the singer-songwriter? Hardly.

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Dave Picco speaks of his second solo album from T.O.

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Patriarchy, petroleum, and… mmm… pigs…

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What exactly qualifies an individual to enter politics? To sit on a board?

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The art of chocolate-tasting

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A first-hand account of being schooled in taking one’s chocolate seriously

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What a Time! A Forty Year Celebration by Ryan’s Fancy

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A review of the history-packed new double-CD from ‘the band that launched the Newfoundland music scene’

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Looking for signs of green in a grey, grey world

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In a special extended blog, an exploration of green on this St. Paddy’s Day

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A tale of two countries: Part 3

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In the final installment of this special series on our fishery, columnist Hans Rollmann tells us the MOU’s not all bad, just mostly, and suggests some creative solutions for our future

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A tale of two countries: Part 2

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In the second installment of this special series on our fishery, columnist Hans Rollmann says F-U, MOU

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A tale of two countries: Part 1

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Fish Bones by John Andrews

In this special 3-part series, columnist Hans Rollmann takes a hard look at the fisheries in this province and spells out what’s happening, along with his opinion on the costs

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Seeds by Hey Rosetta!

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Hans Rollmann thinks you should get yourself a copy of Seeds, plant it in your stereo and feel your spirit grow

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