Andrew is an artist, writer, off-campus housing guru, feminist, revolutionary, ardent recycler and activist for democracy. Andrew resides in beautiful Newfoundland and Labrador.

Productive, happy dialogue from a happy city

 ST. JOHN’S – On Saturday, more then 50 people showed up to the Foran Room of St. John’s City Hall. They were not... Read More

Events Guide: “Your City Your Ideas” Public Dialogue

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdyK4Z_HS_w[/youtube] St. John’s – On Saturday, October 30th from 10am to 1pm. a... Read More

Events Guide: Reel Downtown 2010

ST JOHN’S – If you have ever walked down Solomon’s Lane in St. John’s, past the illustrious Ship Pub, you... Read More

Biking on the edge of a Rock: Cycling in St. John’s – Part 2

Anyone who has visited Newfoundland will tell you that it is the people that make Newfoundland as amazing as it is. When it comes to... Read More

Biking on the edge of a Rock: Cycling in St John’s – Pt 1

In Newfoundland people have always managed to flourish despite a harsh climate and rough terrain. Cyclists in St. John’s especially... Read More

Landmarked: Uncovering the dance between space and place

ST. JOHN’S – This past weekend, I had the good fortune of attending Landmarked. When I first heard about the event, I was... Read More

Events Guide: Landmarked – Uncovering the dance between place and space.

ST. JOHN’S – This weekend in St. John’s, a unique combination of performance and art installation will occur. The... Read More

Who really funds municipal campaigns anyway? Looking back at the 2009 St. John’s municipal election

ST JOHN’S – Ever wonder how much money goes into a municipal campaign? In St. John’s municipal election last September the... Read More