“Picturesque Quidi Vidi Village is home to a bevy of beautiful colours and buildings. History hides in every nook and cranny here, but so does innovation. This fusion of old and new is represented best in Mallard Cottage, an 18th century Irish-Newfoundland vernacular style cottage, currently enjoying a rebirth under the ownership of chef Todd Perrin. We spoke to Todd recently to find out what new things the future holds for Quidi Vidi Village, and for the province’s food industry.”
To read the entire article by Infinity author Ellen Curtis, click here.
“Through her reluctant heroine, Canning explores the privacy costs of the new necessity to keep up via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or wherever. When does that participation equal surrendering our privacy?”
To read Ellen’s entire review of The Greatest Hits of Wanda Jaynes by Bridget Canning, click here.
Continuing our question and answer series, Newfoundland Quarterly’s Ellen Curtis sat down with Katie Vautour to find out what makes this St. John’s based artist tick.
To read the interview, visit the Newfoundland Quarterly website by clicking here.
Newfoundland Quarterly’s Ellen Curtis chatted with April White recently to get inside the head of one of St. John’s visual artists.
To read her entire article on the NQ website, click here.