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Henry Rollins and ‘The Long March’

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The Indy goes on-one-one with the popular American spoken word artist in anticipation of his ‘Long March’ tour stops in St. John’s and Corner Brook this week.

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Save your nickels for The Nickel

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The 12th Annual Nickel Independent Film Festival begins Tuesday evening at The LSPU Hall.

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St. John’s band to attempt world record

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Whilst on tour in Europe, The Burning Hell are endeavouring to play 10 shows in 10 countries in 24 hours…kids you not!

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Time, memory and the things that matter most

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Newfoundland filmmaker Jordan Canning’s latest short film ‘Seconds’ makes the top five in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Emerging Filmmaker’s Competition.

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St. John’s Farmers’ Market enters fifth season

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Organizers, farmers optimistic about growth and sustainability as the co-operative looks to develop its ‘five-year plan’.

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“We’re Rebuilding a Nation”

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Island’s First Nations movement strengthens with establishment of populated but landless Mi’kmaq band.

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