Jamie Fitzpatrick is a writer and broadcaster in St. John’s. His latest novel is The End of Music.
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N.L.'s coastline is on the front line of the climate crisis. Meet some of the people preparing for that
Climate change is an urgent threat to coastal communities. The challenge is finding ways to fight it.
The church will never regain the power it once had, but this minister says that's a good thing
Rev. Robert Cooke looks forward to a future he says will “shake the foundations.”
Behind the scenes: How The Rooms created a history of Newfoundland and Labrador art
Future Possible: Newfoundland and Labrador Art from 1949 to the Present is an exhibit showing at The Rooms in St. John's.
Does the Flemish Pass hold the future of offshore oil?
It's a long way to go but there's still hope that the stretch of ocean known as the Flemish Pass Basin might be the site of a new offshore oil bonanza.
How do you like your lobster? With champagne? Barbecued?
The only certainties in this world are death, taxes, and a feed of lobster.
Burin marks a tragedy that might have been forgotten
The fishing schooner Mina Swim left Burin on Feb. 7, 1917, with a crew of 21. They were never seen again.
First Listen: And Then the New Crow Came by Green and Gold
The new Green and Gold album was born from many hours on stage, says singer Len O'Neill.
WAM Picks: Master fiddlers and virtuoso guitarists
If the great outdoors doesn't tempt you on this Victoria Day weekend, the great indoors has plenty of live music to keep you entertained.
WAM Picks: John Prine Night and the Gaming Carnival
In this week's picks, guest host Jamie Fitzpatrick a tribute to a legendary songwriter and a big day for gamers highlight the weekend entertainment calendar.
Revue 2015 and Young Folk at the Hall: WAM weekend picks
A pair of long-standing annual shows headline a winter weekend in St. John's.