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TABLE OF CONTENTSPublications Mail Agreement No. 0040012044 Registration No. 09027 Return undeliverable items to: The Newfoundland Herald, P.O. Box 2015, St. John’s, NL, A1C 5R7 11 14 20 QUOTE OF THE WEEK WINNERS AT WAR NINE LIVES “I felt I had this near death experience and everything Twenty all-star sole survivors return as castaways on the “I was either going to be killed instantly as the truck’s had a new perspective after game-changing 40th season of NTV’s epic reality series, rear wheels drove over my car, or trapped inside my that ... but life, it’s all about Survivor: Winners at War. kid-and-dog lugging transportation.” the small stuff.” — Jesse Stirling 24 22 WEDDING SINGER SHOP LOCAL O’Donel High School Presents The Wedding Singer, proving the ‘80’s ruled and that being left at the alter When Snowmageddon struck it affected local business ain’t all that tragic when there’s a catchy soundtrack. owners like Sarah Deer, who decided joining forces against winter’s force of nature was the logical move. INSIDE THIS WEEK 26 2 ARCHIVES 24 LOCAL ARTS & MORE 41 TV WEEK ADRIAN HOUSE Celebrating our past The Wedding Singer Your weekly TV guide From upbeat dance pop to moody country influences, local 3 WAIT TILL I TELLS YA 26 MUSIC SPOTLIGHT 42 ON DEMAND singer-songwriter Adrian House dives deep into his latest ‘She’s working her magic’ Adrian House New on demand this week album Lookin’ Up. 4 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 28 SCENES OF NL 45 MUST SEE TV NOW AVAILABLE Publish or perish Reader photo submissions A rundown of top TV picks! ONLINE! 6 PEOPLE 30 THIS WEEK WITH JIM 70 HOROSCOPES Local and Hollywood celebs Maybe I’m old Life according to the stars 11 INSPIRATIONAL 31 MOVIE MINUTE 72 GET PUZZLED! Jesse Stirling In theatres & on demand Train your brain 14 COVER STORY 32 CRIME FLASHBACK 75 COMICS Survivor Winners at War Justice for Gaetane pt. 2 The Herald’s funny pages 20 SPECIAL FEATURE 34 FINE OL’SCOFF 79 KIDS CORNER Nine lives Surviving supper Activities, art work, DIYs 22 BUSINESS PROFILE 40 READER POSTER 80 LAST LAUGH Shop local Survivor 40th cast Tickle your funnybone THIS WEEK’S HERALD CONTESTS 19 CASTAWAY CONTEST 38 LUCKY NUMBER BINGO 71 NTV LUCKY NUMBER 36 BABY OF THE YEAR 69 PURRFECT PETS 71&74 CROSSWORD PUZZLES WWW.NFLDHERALD.COM DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 1

From the Archives 40 YEARS AGO this week ... Volume 74 No.7 In recognition of over 70 years of The Newfoundland Herald, we delight in giving THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD. readers a glimpse into our colourful past. Published by the SUNDAY HERALD LTD., 460 Logy Bay Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland. 1980 I n this archived issue of The Newfoundland FEB 16 - 22 Herald we chronicled the rise of Loni An- Tel.: (709) 726-7060, Fax: (709) 726-6971. derson, from budding and relatively un- Mail: P.O. Box 2015, St. John’s, NL, A1C 5R7. known actress to “too hot for tv” starlet. Anderson was the star of WKRP in Cincinnati, E-mail: [emailprotected] where she starred as Jennifer Marlowe for 89 epi- Entire contents copyright 2020 sodes across four seasons. Her career would reside © The Newfoundland Herald. All rights reserved. largely in the scripted-television realm with roles in Easy Street, Nurses and The Mullets to go alongside SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Newfoundland and occasional film roles in Stroker Ace, All Dogs Go To Labrador – 26 issues for $43.94 + HST, 52 issues Heaven, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain and (1 year) for $82.68 + HST. Digital only, 6 month, A Night at the Roxbury. $27.60 + HST. Call 1-800-901-4901. PUBLISHING CREED “If you abuse POWER you lose it, But if you do not use POWER you also lose it.” Publisher: The Sunday Herald Ltd. G.W. Stirling Founder: G. Scott Stirling President: Pam Pardy-Ghent Managing Editor: NOLTE’S HARD KNOCKS ROLLING STONE AWARDS Staff Writer: Dillon Collins Shannon Cleary The Newfoundland Herald profiled actor The Newfoundland Herald recapped Art Director: Nick Nolte, who by the dawn of the de- the then annual Rolling Stone awards for Graphic Artists: Erin McCarthy, Robyn King cade was a sought after commodity thanks 1979, which honoured the best in music. Contributing Photographers: Sara Rostotski, to roles in North Dallas Forty, Who’ll Stop Paul Daly, Bud Gaulton the Rain, The Deep and Return to Macon Neil Young was awarded Artist of the Danette Dooley County. Year and Best Album for Rust Never Sleeps, Contributing Writers: beating out Elvis Costello, Fleetwood Mac Jim Furlong, Wendy Rose Though success on the silver screen and Donna Summer among others. Oth- Sarah Jane Sheppard, Nick Travis helped his career, his personal life was er winners included The Who for Band Danny Bulanadi, something else entirely. In an article Nolte of the Year, Waylon Jennings for Country Contributing Artist: shared that he thought economics and act- Artist of the Year, Rickie Lee Jones for Fe- Brad Crocker ing “did not blend well,” thanks to being male Vocalist of the Year, and Van Morri- Sales/Circulation Manager: sued on multiple occasions. son for Male Vocalist of the Year. Gary Oliver: 570-5246 Sales Representative: Lori Loveless: 570-5297 Matthew O’Rielly: 570-5248 Circulation Coordinator: Roberta Noseworthy Subscriptions: Laura Waterman Ron Sparkes Chief Financial Officer: Brenda Hussey Credit Manager: Operations: Adele Burton, Linda Grenning Mike Greenland Promotion: Starting at just Print & Bonus Digital* Subscription PUBLICATIONS MAIL AGREEMENT NO. 0040012044 REGISTRATION NO. 09027 $14.38 3-month subscription (13 issues) $27.21 HST included 6-month subscription (26 issues) $50.53 HST included RETURN UNDELIVERABLE ITEMS TO: 12-month subscription (52 issues) $95.08 HST included THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD Experience The Digital* Only Subscription P.O. BOX 2015, ST. JOHN’S, NL, A1C 5R7 Newfoundland Herald’s 3-month subscription (13 issues) $14.38 HST included DISTRIBUTORS: digital editions. 6-month subscription (26 issues) $27.60 HST included St. John’s, Mount Pearl, 570-5246; 12-month subscription (52 issues) $53.48 HST included Hollie Pittman, Burin Peninsula, 277-2843; Anywhere, Anytime! *Digital versions Include: Desktop & Mobile Editions Wade Morgan, Trinity-Conception, 786-2539; Diane Arnold, Clarenville/Bonavista, Call1-800-901-4901 Order Online (nfldherald.com) or Mail: (Order Form on Page 72) 677-2702; Allan Miles, Grand Falls/Windsor, 535-0290; John Morgan, Placentia, 227-2622; Jennie Nurse, Stephenville, 649-3475; Ron Downey, Corner Brook/Deer Lake/ Pasadena, 632-5918; Tina Foley, Gander, 256-3853 ISDN 0824-3581 We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l’appui financir du gouvernement du Canada. 2 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

WAIT TILL I TELLS YA EDITORIAL BY: PAM PARDY-GHENT ‘SHE’S WORKING HER MAGIC’ JESSICAHOLMAN-PRICE THEJESSICACAMPAIGN.ca PHOTOS J eannette Holman-Price lost “Whether we are walking, talking, texting, driving, sledding her daughter Jessica in a or pushing, we all should have the right to reach our desti- tragic accident in 2005. Hol- nations safely each and every time.” — Jeannette Holman-Price man-Price’s beautiful, beloved daughter, then only 21, was crushed by a my life’s work to make sure everyone gets To thank her, and to honour the mem- snowplow on the streets of Quebec after heroically pushing her baby brother out where they need to go safely.’’ ory of her daughter by telling her that of harm’s way. While dealing with the unimaginable a side-guard, installed on a private con- tragedy, Holman-Price made it her MANDATORY TRUCK SKIRTS tractor’s piece of heavy equipment, most motherly mission in life, through what Over the years, Holman-Price and likely saved my life. Her response? she heartbreakingly called The Jessica Campaign, to see that no other family I have stayed in touch, doing JESSICA’S LEGACY would ever be affected. numerous stories and up- BONDING OVER GRIEF dates as her campaign Quiet reflection at I was one of the first journalists to speak with the mournful though deter- achieved milestones, first followed by a mined mother shortly after she began her advocacy work which sought to see like fighting for by- few shared tears, lifesaving side-guards installed on all heavy equipment located throughout laws that made and then these North America. it mandatory for oh so meaning- I still recall that first painful, though incredibly moving, conversation we had. city contractors, in ful words; ‘‘She’s Before I turned on my recorder, we were simply two mothers bonding over grief. this province and working her mag- I had lost a brother-in-law to an accident with a dump truck, and knew loss. beyond, to equip ic.’’ Though certainly nothing compared their heavy duty Jessica’s legacy to the loss she felt after the death of a child, we did have common ground, and vehicles with truck certainly has worked being a mother myself, I could only hope I would never, ever, truly comprehend skirts. Sometimes, I PAM PARDY-GHENT PHOTO magic, but only be- her anguish. simply listened as she vent- cause of one heartbro- ed about some roadblock or Her words still ring in my ears. ‘‘I ken yet passionate and very want to make sure no one ever has to go through a loss like this. I want to make it another she encountered along her way. dedicated, devoted and selfless mother. Other times, we simply played catch up Thank you, Jeannette, from the bottom with one another’s busy, hectic lives. of my heart, for everything you’ve given Well, I placed another call to Hol- and done. My life, for one, most likely man-Price two nights ago. My purpose? depended on it. Pam Pardy Ghent, The Herald’s Managing Editor, can be reached by emailing [emailprotected] DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 3

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Editors Note: A feature we wrote on the tragic death of Patsy Scott received an enormous amount of feedback from readers, both those who knew her as we did, and those who wished they had. It was clear, from the feedback we re- ceived, that Patsy was beloved by many, and the care and attention and love she provided to those who en- countered her through the years she so enthusiastically manned her post at Starbucks was rewarded tenfold. There’s a gofundme for Patsy’s family called Scott Family Fundraiser. CHEERS THROUGH THE TEARS This is a beautifully written arti- knew you and befriended you the first Patsy wasn’t an employee. Patsy wasn’t cle. I had never met Patsy, but time you met. I myself worked shift a barista. Patsy was and is a special lady know others who sound like her. They work. On my way to work I would order who didn’t deserve her demise. have such a huge impact on other’s lives. an Americono. On the way home it She sounded like a wonderful person would be a dark roast. Patsy would have Patsy Scott was always up for a story, who will surely be missed. Maybe the my order started when she saw my truck a joke or whatever. If you walked into biggest take away from it is to try to be pull into the parking lot. She knew ev- Stavanger Dr. And Patsy was on break more like her in our everyday lives. It erything. sitting talking to her customers, she can make such a difference in someone’s was always talking, and you said to her day. Patsy not only befriended me but “Patsy what about my coffee.” She would also my family. She knew my daughter probably tell you “I’m on break. Get - Jill Bruce and her drink preference. She knew my your own.” She was beautifully honest. mother and what she liked. My mother This is a beautiful tribute to a would make tea buns and bring them to I remember one morning I was a little beautiful lady. As Pam says Patsy Patsy at the store. later than normal going in for a coffee. When I reached the counter Patsy said Disclaimer: Opinions and letters published in The Newfoundland Herald are not necessarily the views of the Editor, or Publisher. The Newfoundland Herald reserves the right to edit or omit copy, in accordance with our policies. Letters to the Editor must be attributed with a name, ad- dress and contact phone number – names and town of origin will be printed, or may be withheld at the editor’s discretion. Herald Contest Rules: Contest is open to all NL residents. Employees and immediate family members of Stirling Communications International are ineligible to play or win. If the winner is unable to receive the prize, or are unreachable within a set amount of time, another entry will be chosen from the collected submissions. Submissions accepted in person at The Newfoundland Herald, 460 Logy Bay Road, St. John’s or online (if applicable) at nfldherald.com on the contest page. Only the winner(s) of the contest will be notified. The Newfoundland Herald reserves the right to publish the name and photograph of the winner. Prize must be accepted as awarded, with no substitutions. 4 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

to me “Where have you been this morn- the tragedy that ended her life. Thank comes from and how deep this wound is. ing?” I responded “Where have you been you for taking the time to immortalize It will be tough to heal but with the sup- my life.” She laughed and was stuck for her wonderful spirit in your story. port of family and friends, it eventually a word. It may have been the only time will and those beautiful memories of that lady was stuck for a word. Patsy al- - Jennifer Patsy can’t ever be taken away. A beau- ways got the last word. At least at Star- tiful guardian angel she is now and no bucks. Hi, I first met Patsy when I was 14 more hurt or pain can come to her. I’ll years old and I was going babysit- always miss you, Pats. Rest In Peace lovely lady. You will be ting Matthew with my boyfriend at the missed time, her brother, Carl. I remember Pat- - Donna Norcott sy curling her hair and doing her make- - Don Feehan up and I just sat there, thinking she was What a beautiful and thoughtful the prettiest and coolest girl ever! As Tribute you have written about That is the most beautiful story well as the trademark Scott bright blue Patsy Scott. I did not know her, but all and tribute to someone we ALL eyes, Patsy was always smiling and your words made me feel as if I’ve known knew and loved. So true, we went there laughing at something or another; she her forever. She sounds like a very caring for a dose of Patsy more than a coffee. I was so good to people. and loving woman whom everybody en- have a beautiful picture of her and as I As an adult, I rarely saw her but when joyed her company. I’m sure she will be picked up my mobile order one day be- I did, it was always a big smile and hug sorely missed and especially by you, as cause the order ticket said ‘chip addict’ and a quick chat. The last time we chat- you both had become reacquainted from and she it had to be for me! Always a ted was last summer and she looked so your years living close by each other. smile and a laugh. Xoxo. She will be happy. We planned to get together for Thank you for that beautiful write up. missed. a coffee date that never came unfortu- It made my heart melt. I’m sure she will nately. I am comforted in knowing how be sorely missed and especially by you. - Heidi Dawe damn happy she was that last time. I’ll It is obvious that she meant quite a lot to always remember her smiling with those you. May she rest in peace and hopefully I share your sentiments about Pat- twinkling eyes. she’s with the angels. sy. My husband and I were also I also know the wonderful family she regulars at Starbucks and she made us - Jeannie Hann feel like family. I still am in shock about DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 5

PEOPLE! PAGE9 LOCAL & INTERNATIONAL CELEBRITY NEWS SUPER BOWL CHAMPS! T he Kansas City Chiefs are half of the game was back and forth, with ing 20-10 lead, before your Super Bowl Champi- quarterback Pat- ons, taking down the San half time beginning with rick Mahomes, in an MVP both times netted performance, propelled the Francisco 49ers in yet an- up 10-10. team to a 31- 20 win. DC other second half comeback for an all The 49ers be- time great big game appearance! gan to pull away Taking place at the Hard Rock Stadi- in the third tak- um in Miami Gardens, Florida, the first ing a command- 6 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

PEOPLE! KIRK DOUGLAS 1916-2020 J.LO & SHAKIRA SHAKE IT! Legendary actor Kirk Douglas has passed away at the age of T here was a lot of Latin heritage. 103. One of the last surviving stars of shaking going Some called the per- the Golden Age of Cinema, Douglas on when was known for his films Champion, formance from the duo Spartacus, Lonely and the Brave and overtly sexual, but those Seven Days in May. He was the father of actor Michael Douglas and three same people had little other sons in the industry. DC to say when Maroon Shakira 5’s Adam Levine took and Jennifer Lopez his shirt off last year. Double standard? I took the stage at think so! DC the Pepsi Half- time Show for a proud display of DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 7

PEOPLE! MINIS MEMORIES PHOTO RENÉE ZELLWEGER TVGUIDE.COM PHOTO MATT MAYS BESTFILM LEADINGACTRESS ORIGIONALSCORE East Coast rocker Matt Mays is heading back to St. John’s for the BIG BAFTA WINNRERS East Coast Music Awards this April and May. The Juno winner will head- T he final big stop epic 1917 was the big win- line the Big Ticket Concert at the St. before the Os- ner, banking seven awards John’s Conference Centre on May cars took place including Best Film and 2nd. Visit ecma.com for more! DC Best Director. in London, Acting winners includ- ing Joaquin Phoenix, Renee England for the 73rd an- Zellweger, Laura Dern and Brad Pitt, while Kathleeen nual British Academy Film Kennedy and Andy Serkis re- ceived honorary BAFTAS. DC Awards, lovingly referred to as the BAFTAs. Hosted by famous Brit Gra- ham Norton, Sam Mendes war 8 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

PEOPLE! MADONNA YOUTUBE PHOTO JANNARDEN.COM PHOTO MADONNA DISSES CANADA JANN ARDEN AT MILE ONE O ne person who was not asking if the family “want to overly thrilled sublet my apartment on Cen- Canadian music icon Jann Ar- about Harry tral Park West?” before adding, den is bringing her Jann Arden Live! Cross Canada tour to Mile One and Meghan’s “Don’t run off to Canada. Centre in St. John’s on May 7th. It’s so boring there.” Tickets available at the Mile One seemingly newfound home Naturally Ca- Centre box office, by phone and on- nucks have been line at mileonecentre.com. DC in Canada is massive pop none too pleased with her. DC star Madonna. The Material Girl shared a video post DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 9

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PEOPLE! SONS OF AN EASTERN MOON ROCKFESTSONS OF AN EASTERN MOON FACEBOOK PHOTO ON THE ROCK A brand new music festival is hitting the west coast this sum- mer, saluting those about to rock who want to party every day! Rockfest on the Rock is a music festival created to showcase the talent of original bands/ artists in NL. Taking place in Corner Brook at the Retro Sportsbar and Arcade from June 26-27, the two day event will feature two 19+ events and two all ages shows, aiming to cater to all age demographics, with the first announced group being local met- allers Sons of an Eastern Moon. Visit the official event Facebook page for continued lineup and ticket info. DC 10 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

SARA ROSTOTSKI PHOTOS INSPIRATIONAL A SECOND CHANCE Jesse Stirling opens up about one very personal and terrifying experience that changed his life, and his outlook, forever BY PAM PARDY GHENT J esse Stirling, the always neat- a heart attack, because it really can hap- tle, that he’d be judged. as-a-pin and put together pen to anyone,” he begins candidly. “I keep my social media feeds light and host of NTV’s Meetings with Remarkable People, had a It’s understandable why Stirling was fluffy, posting pictures of my little two near-death experience last spring, and apprehensive about opening up. For one year old girl, a picture of puppies, clouds he’s only now ready to talk about what he thing, he’s such a positive person. faced back then. When asked, why now? Publicly, he’s all about posting or sunsets. This heart attack, it was He pauses briefly. adorable pictures and videos such a big deal. I didn’t really of his daughter, Olivia, or his know how to react to darker REMOVING THE STIGMA furry friend, the adorable thoughts that would come in dachshund, Dilly. Another around that,” he admits. “I didn’t really make a big deal about reason? Stirling lives such it publicly or on social media, but I had a healthy lifestyle, one that AGAINST THE IMAGE a heart attack. And it’s interesting now promotes meditation and that over nine months have passed and clean living, that His ‘brand’ is all about be- I’m finally talking about it, but my goal he feared, ing fit, he shares, offering he felt is really to take the stigma out of having just a lit- more than a little embarrassed “My advice to others out there is at first. “A heart attack just be smart and ere on the side of didn’t suit my image. I caution... I ended up being very teach meditation and in- lucky.” — Jesse Stirling ner peace. And here you are having a heart at- tack? Who’s going to want to take a med- itation class from someone that’s DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 11

JESSE STIRLING FACEBOOK PHOTO “It’s so uplifting and relieving to let go of worry,” he shares sincerely. “I felt I had this near death experience and everything had a new perspective after that... but life, it’s all about Stirling reflects on the morning his life the small stuff.” — Jesse Stirling changed. He woke with a start and took note of the time: 4:44 am. He instantly had a heart attack? All these thoughts differently and I saw how I was rush- knew something was wrong. went through my head.” ing all over the place. I’d try to be in the present moment, and talk about being in “I felt crushing pain on my chest, as if Stirling shares that with everything he the present moment, but I wasn’t always there was a lot of weight stacked on my had on the go work-wise and personally, true to that,” he admits. chest. And the first thing I thought is, from trips abroad, to family and busi- I’m having a heart attack.” ness commitments, he kept his heart at- Now, with the precious gift of hind- tack ‘low key.’ He finally knew he had to sight, Stirling is embracing those early He had some ‘classic’ symptoms. His come clean when he realized that he had childhood teachings. left arm was numb, for one thing. Still, been given a second chance at life, and he he doubted what was happening. couldn’t let any teaching opportunities pass him by. “I started to think, is this a panic at- tack? Is this what a panic attack feels EMBRACE THE SMALL STUFF INSTAGRAM: @JESSESTIRLING like? Or is this super bad indigestion? I just knew I’d never felt that way before.” “I felt I had this near death experience and everything had a new perspective DOCTOR’S DIAGNOSIS after that. And it’s cliché maybe to say don’t sweat the small stuff, but life, it’s all Stirling did what no one should ever about the small stuff.” do under the circumstances, he cautions, because he refused to ‘make a fuss.’ Stirling finally opened his eyes to some of the teachings he had long ago “Instead of making a big deal of call- learned, many at the knee of his grand- ing 911 or waking my wife or my baby, I father, the late Geoff Stirling. “Literally, said, ‘let me just give it a couple minutes.’ that morning it happened I saw things Which in retrospect was really stupid and not good advice at all.” He slipped out of bed and had a bath. When his wife, Amanda, eventually woke, she knew something was wrong. “I said, ‘I think I actually just had a heart attack this morning.’ She kind of laughed and said, ‘you did not have a heart attack. You would have let us know you were having a heart attack.’ I said I was fine, but I really felt off. I felt weak.” Two days later, Stirling finally went to a doctor. The diagnosis? Besides hav- ing had a heart attack, he was otherwise healthy, and his condition was likely caused by genetics. His grandfather on his mother’s side had had a triple bypass at the age of 56. “This happened when I was 47, a couple of months before my 48 birthday. I’m a new dad. I need to take care of myself for Olivia, and for my wife. It was a real eye opener.” Still, Stirling says there’s nothing he could ever go through compared to what happened to his daughter during last year’s Janeway Telethon. Stirling recalls what he calls the ‘worst three days of his life.’ “The Janeway Telethon is normally a 12 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

weekend that’s full of positive feelings SARA ROSTOTSKI PHOTO reasons. Number one, he hopes to help and feelings of helping out the commu- others. nity and it’s emotional and touching in “Olivia’s scare and my own all the right ways. Well, it turned into a brush with mortality has “I want to put a positive spin on this nightmare. Amanda and Olivia dropped made me super locked if I can, and help others feel comfortable me off at the airport to fly here and she in... being a dad is my facing their own illnesses. Pay attention didn’t even make it back home, she had number one priority.” to your body. Act, if you don’t feel well. to take Olivia to the hospital.” A heart attack is not a sign of weakness. — Jesse Stirling Get help.” His daughter had a high fever and she experienced what’s called femoral sei- INSTAGRAM: @JESSESTIRLING Stirling has a remarkable story he zures. It’s upsetting thinking back. shares about the moments before he on what the priorities are in my life. And awoke that morning at 4:44. A LASTING IMPRINT it’s absolutely this: being a dad is my number one priority.” “I heard this male voice I’d never heard “It must have been so scary for Aman- before. Maybe it was my subconscious. da to see Olivia that way, and they put Stirling says opening up about what Who knows? And this voice said, ‘do her in a medically induced coma. Again, happened to him is important for a few you want to live, or do you want to die? this was while I was flying. By the time I I said, ‘I want to live.’ Maybe, at another landed in Newfoundland all I wanted to point in my life I would have said, ‘what- do was turn around and fly back.” ever you want, God, or whatever you want, universe. You decide.’ But in that As he waited to get a flight home, he moment, I saw Olivia’s face and Aman- was given some tragic news. “I’d been da’s face and I thought of my dogs and up about 24 hours at this point and the that I have a family to fight for. I have a sun was coming up and the doctor said, lot to fight for here. So my answer was, ‘if your daughter wakes up...’ And I re- ‘hell yeah! I want to wake up.’” member thinking, if??! It was the most terrifying moment of my life, yet it was ‘THIS IS GONNA REALLY HURT’ so ironic that it was happening the week- end of the Janeway Telethon.” The voice responded. “I heard, ‘Well, wake up then. But this Later, his homecoming was made all is gonna really hurt.’ Then I open my eyes the more special when he walked into and I remember thinking, yep, this really his daughter’s hospital room and heard hurts. And then for a couple of seconds I her call out, ‘Daddy!” thought, am I dying right now? If you’re dying right now, just be calm. Think of “She had all these tubes in her yet all God. But I didn’t die.” I could feel was grateful, and I had such Stirling hopes others can learn from a new appreciation for the Janeway and his experience. the work they do. You can talk about it “My advice to others out there is be and you can care about it, but you really smart and ere on the side of caution. I can’t empathize with it on a deep level had all these thoughts go through my unless you’ve gone through it.” head like, ‘don’t bug your wife, don’t bug your baby, don’t create drama.’ That’s the Stirling says both experiences have left worst advice you could get. I ended up an imprint that won’t soon be erased. being very lucky.” “Olivia’s scare and my own brush with mortality has made me super locked in DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 13

COVER STORY PHOTOS: CBS ENTERTAINMENT ©2020 CBS BROADCASTING, INC. SURVIVOR: WINNERS AT WAR 20 All-Star Sole Survivors return as castaways on the game-changing 40th season of NTV’s epic reality series, Survivor: Winners at War BY DILLON COLINS/CBS N ever before in the history of Survivor has a such a cast of castaways been assembled. For the, incredibly, 40th season, 20 All-Star Sole Survivors have been assembled for Survivor: Winners at War. ALL-STAR CAST This season the winnings have been upped to $2 million ... the biggest single-person prize in reality TV history. According to series parent company CBS and Global in Canada, Winners with the introduction of fire tokens.” complexity to what is already intense at War, in commemoration of the 20th In the new game-changing twist for battle. The new wrinkle to the game al- anniversary of the landmark reality se- lows players to use the tokens to buy ad- ries, “unites the most memorable, heroic Winners at War, fire tokens will serve and celebrated champions from the past as currency on the island and add more CONTUNUED ON PAGE 18 two decades in the biggest battle in the show’s history, as the series’ best strate- gists of all time fight to earn the title of Sole Survivor again. “These returning masterminds will compete in epic challenges, face the re- turn of Edge of Extinction, which gives voted-out players a second shot to win, and tackle a brand new layer of the game 14 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

DENISE ETHAN PARVATI ROB WINNER: SEASON 25 WINNER: SEASON 3 WINNER: SEASON 16 WINNER: SEASON 22 “Once you’re out on that “Last time I played was in “I plan to be more aggres- “It’s an honor to have island... all of the best-laid 2004 ... The game has changed sive and sneaky in hunting played this game from the plans, intentions, etc. can and so have I. I plan to adapt, idols, distributing misinfor- very beginning and I’m grate- quickly dissipate into a mis- have fun and push my mind, mation ... and really play up ful for everything that Survi- erable mess.” body, and spirit to the max.” that I’m a new mom.” vor has brought to my life.” SELE TRIBE JEREMY DANNI BEN NATALIE WINNER: SEASON 31 WINNER: SEASON 11 WINNER: SEASON 35 WINNER: SEASON 29 “I will keep my meat shields “I really don’t know how I “This time I’ll play more “I know to win Survivor but add mind shields and so- will play this time ... I do plan humbled and patient. That you have to work hard ... cial shields ... I will continue on being the sweet Midwest being said, when it’s time to Hoping for a little luck, some with voting blocks and keep girl that I am except this time hit the gas pedal, if you ain’t good timing to bring me suc- alliance paranoia on 100!” with a bit of edge.” first, you’re last!” cess just like my first season.” DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 15

ADAM MICHELE WENDELL SOPHIE WINNER: SEASON 33 WINNER: SEASON 32 WINNER: SEASON 36 WINNER: SEASON 23 “I want them to underes- “The one thing that feels “This time I want to loosen “I hope to be less afraid of timate me ... while also rec- really important is advocating up a bit ... Backstab a little, failure, more open to taking ognizing that all of them are for my own story so that at and talk more trash. Shoot at risks, and more embracing of, incredibly capable and not to the final Tribal I have a com- some big dogs, and pull some rather than frustrated by, un- be underestimated.” pelling narrative.” tricks out. ” known variables in the game.” PHOTOS: CBS ENTERTAINMENT ©2020 CBS BROADCASTING, INC. “This season is truly monumental and a celebration and I’m so proud to be a part of it!” — Boston Rob vantages to help players stay in the game And over time, every society ends up ble names from Survivor’s past like San- or get themselves back in the game. having a currency. So we’re looking to dra Diaz-Twine, Parvati Shallow, Kim add another layer to the society with a Spradlin, and ‘Boston’ Rob Mariano. “One of the things we wanted to ac- Survivor currency in the form of fire to- And while the usual heavyweights may complish with 40 was to try to find some kens.” round out Survivor pools across the is- ground that might give us room to play land and globe, Probst revealed to Enter- going forward,” longtime host Jeff Probst THE RICHEST PRIZE tainment Weekly his own sleeper pick to tells Entertainment Weekly. win it all: In addition, the sole survivor of this “So we went back to the basic idea: epic season will be awarded $2 million, “Danni Boatwright is a sleeper,” Survivor is about a society that forms, the richest prize in reality show history. Probst admits. “And I don’t think she and they form their own rules. And they decide who stays and who goes home. And what a cast it is, featuring nota- CONTUNUED ON PAGE 20 16 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

YUL SANDRA TYSON AMBER WINNER: SEASON 13 WON: SEASON 7 & 20 WINNER: SEASON 27 WINNER: SEASON 8 “When I played Cook Is- “It’s an honor to have been “Players will be watch- “I’m going to try to focus lands, I felt as though I had to part of this show! This sea- ing for a sarcastic, aggres- on my social game ... I’ll be walk on eggshells ... Now that son I’m gonna switch it up sive personality ... I’ll have good at challenges but let’s I’m free of those constraints, from the usual “as long as it’s to make it SEEM like I am face it, I am not in the shape I I’m just gonna let it rip!” not me” philosophy.” none of those.” was before having four kids.” DAKAL TRIBE SARAH NICK KIM TONY WINNER: SEASON 34 WINNER: SEASON 37 WINNER: SEASON 24 WINNER: SEASON 28 “I’ve played being loyal and “No player will be safe “I’m so grateful for all the “I will play this season dif- being a flip-flopper. This sea- from the Kentucky Nick fun ... My plan is to take this ferently by not being as flashy son is going to be psycholog- sneaky ninja assassin blind- new season as a completely and will try my best to con- ical warfare ... and have peo- side! This game is where leg- new and separate experience trol the votes without mak- ple self-destruct.” ends are made!” from the last!” ing it obvious. “ DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 17

Which all-star castaway will make it through the toughest test yet? thinks she’s a sleeper as much as I think she’s a sleeper. But I think she could get, not overlooked, but just sort of passed by early on, like, ‘Oh, I don’t know. She’s fine. She can stay. She can stay.’ And man, that’s a mistake. Danni could win this game. She could win it.” THE GREATEST SURVIVOR? As to who Probst picked as his best ever Survivor winner? “I’m going to give it to Parvati,” Probst shared, explaining, “I felt like we were watching a surgeon go inside a body with a really delicate operation and just move things and tighten up, and they did their own stitches at the end, they closed up or whatever they did. “Watching Parvati, still when I go back and I see some of those episodes — tiny little adjustments, all of it about persuasion. She either charmed you or she made you feel the consequence.” Will Parvati pull off the win of the century? Or will fan favourite ‘Boston’ Rob duke out a win? Maybe even Danni the darkhorse? All we know is this time, the game has changed forever. Catch the highly anticipated two hour season premiere of Survivor: Winners at War on Wednesday at 9:30PM February 12th on Canada’s Superstation NTV. 18 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

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SPECIAL FEATURE NINE LIVES PAM PARDY GHENT PHOTOS “I was either going to be killed instantly ... or trapped inside my and sizzled alive – truth be told I’ve been kid-and-dog lugging transportation.” BY PAM PARDY GHENT growing accustomed to that feeling since menopause – but my worst fear was be- I had quite the afternoon re- was about to happen on the driver’s ing trapped. cently. While returning from side. With each turn of his wheel, the snowshoeing, I ended up get- big rig was going to pancake my din- With the steel of the dump truck a wall ting into a mash-up with a kie-sized-in-comparison SUV against on one side and the cold ice of the snow- dump truck while making a right hand the equally gigantic snowbank that plow-chiseded snowbank on the other, I turn. It was in that most innocent of loomed on the passenger side. was about to live my worst nightmare. actions, something we all do quite suc- cessfully multiple times a day, when the TRAPPED INSIDE Anyone who knows me understands massive rig occupying the lane next to my dislike of all things ‘trappy.’ From me also decided it was time to turn right. I was either going to be killed instant- claustrophobic neck-lines on sweaters to ly as the truck’s rear wheels drove over closed-in elevators that could get stuck BLIND SPOT my car, or trapped inside my kid-and- between floors or even, God forbid, have dog lugging transportation. I was sand- a delayed door-opening, for very person- My predicament was my placement, wiched between a truck that didn’t know al reasons those things get my breathing and the truck’s girth. He couldn’t see I was in the world and an unyielding and heart-rate all fowled up on the best me. It’s one thing to not to be seen, blind snowbank. of days. spot almost accidents happen all the time, but when the usual saving grace – Thoughts of being squat under a tire, INTO THE DEEP END the car’s horn – is also not heeded, that’s or engulfed in flames as my gas tank when things get scary. yielded to the pressure, filled my head. And what was perhaps worse again? But, I kid you not, what haunted me Knowing that no one else in the world In the seconds I had before impact, the most in those few seconds before knew anything was about to happen but more than a few end-of-days scenari- crunch-time was not the thought of dy- me. Between blind-spots and obscur- os ran through my mind. The impact ing instantly, or even being gas-doused ing-views snowbank, no one would bear witness to my last moments. That not being seen or heard panic is a feeling all too familiar. When I was around six, Dad and some uncles took myself and some cous- ins swimming at a pool. I was a good swimmer, however, only when I knew I could touch. For some reason, I decided to test my skill and jump into the deep end. Down, down I went until I touched the bottom. But then I couldn’t figure out how to get back up. I could see the back of my father’s head. My placement at the bottom of the pool was obscured by the pool’s slide, so even though I could see my uncles, they couldn’t see me. My cousins were all out of the pool having lunch. I watched them devour their french fries from the pool’s 20 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

PARENTS.com PHOTO For some reason, I de- cided to test my skill and jump into the deep end. belly. I screamed to my father silently FILE PHOTO before blacking out. Like a cat with nine lives, I luckily lived to tell yet another I don’t remember being hauled out tale, and get to add ‘To be continued ...’ by the off-duty life guard who just hap- pened by. I do remember however, how my seatbelt, perched like Eddie the Eagle Like a cat with nine lives, I luckily my father made light of the situation and about to make an Olympic for-the-gold- lived to tell yet another tale, and get to encouraged me to jump right back in. I medal ski-jump, and sprinted out of the add ‘To be continued ...’ to the story of did just that and never ever had a fear of passenger side as my car was dragged and my life instead of a much more dramatic the water, though I was left with a ‘don’t shredded on one side by the dump truck. and tragic conclusion like The End. ever get into a situation where you can’t be seen or heard again’ feeling. Not that I’ve been able to avoid that, however. I had a motorbike accident, skidding on gravel on a turn, and no one was around. It was near my home and, bleeding profusely from leg injuries, I walked home and into an empty house. In shock, I spent who knows how long mopping my own blood off the floor in- stead of trying to slow the flow until my sister came home and got our mother. DANGER: THIN ICE Another time I hit black ice on a rural road, spun multiple times, and teetered on the edge of a not-quite frozen-over pond. Pregnant at the time, I somehow figured out how to right both my nerves and the car and, with no one the wiser, continued on my not-quite-as-merry way. It was only later that I noticed the marks on my chest from the steering wheel impact and realized how close to the end I had come. Funny how in the briefest of seconds all those ‘almosts’ come back. With all the guts I could muster on that frigid Thursday afternoon, I somehow undid DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 21

BUSINESS PROFILE BY PAM PARDY GHENT SUBMITTED PHOTOS “I believe that shopping local is what’s going to save our planet and what’s going to save our economy.” — Sarah Deer BE A ‘DEER’: SHOP LOCAL ers for decades. “We proudly employ our own. Ever since we started, between me When snowmageddon struck it affected local business and my two brothers, all of our friends have worked at the different stores, and owners like Sarah Deer who decided joining forces against all their friends too. We hire from the lo- cal community, always.” winter’s force of nature was the logical next step RISING THROUGH THE RANKS S arah Deer is Vice Presi- two when we opened dent at Mark’s, and while that first store in the Vil- Deer herself, in the years since she’s the franchised business she lage Mall,” she begins. manned the ship, has seen many children Bigger stores and more of long-time employees rise in the ranks. heads-up may seem like a locations followed, still, they kept their “I’ve watched so many 15 years olds mega-force to be reckoned with, when operations in the fam- start here, go through school and finish ily, proudly employing their degrees. Some of them stay with the forces of nature are at play, she and many Newfoundland- us for a couple of years after they’re done their schooling. Some stay with us for her family owned business struggle like life. One of the ladies working here, she’s been with us for 30 years.” anyone else Now a mom herself, Deer hopes the “We opened our doors in 1989. I was tradition continues. In the vein of family and traditions, taking care of their staff has always been important, that’s why, when the storm that shut down the Avalon struck last January, Deer and company decided to pay their employees for the pay lost due to the city’s imposed state of emergency. 22 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

“People may think, a week of business missed. That’s nothing. But it hit us hard. We chose to pay our employees, some companies could not afford to. We de- cided to do it, but it made a huge impact on us. Money lost in sales. Mortgage. The lease on our building. Franchise fees. And it will take us a while to recover.” Deer says with 30 years in the rear view, she knows they will rise again, but she began to think about other business owners in the city. STARTING A MOVEMENT SUBMITTED PHOTO “I was sitting at home and I said, we “We chose to pay our employees, some companies could not struggle, but we will recover, but what afford to. We decided to do it, but it made a huge impact on about other business? It’s so important us... And it will take us a while to recover.” — Sarah Deer to me to see our province flourish and see the economy growing and to see people coming together during an epic storm, and supporting each other. I believe that getting into business and for them to be the outpouring of support for the busi- shopping local is what’s going to save our successful I knew a week without being ness community is something to also be planet and what’s going to save our econ- open, that can be detrimental.” proud of, she says. omy.” She reached out to other businesses “I love that communities came to- For more, including how to get your pass- interested in starting a Shop Local move- gether and supported each other within port and for a list of participating business, ment. “Shop local became a huge move- their neighborhood, but I also love that visit www.facebook.com/ShopLocalNF or ment during the storm, which I love. I the business community is coming out email: [emailprotected] thought, let’s keep this movement going. Let’s keep the momentum.” The gathered businesses came up with a passport idea that would reward those who shopped local. “Shop at one of the participating store, get your passport stamped, and there’ll be different prizes for different levels of shopping,” she shares. All the details can be found by searching ShopLocalNF. The program, which launches March 1st, is still open for local business to join until February 20th. “We don’t want to exclude anybody. You just have to have just be a registered, local business who wants to participate.” Deer says, while these past few weeks have been challenging, it’s also been eye opening in so many positive ways. “See- ing everybody coming together and try- ing to support one another, from city counselors to you folks at The Herald, another locally owned business, to Scott Hillyer from Coffee Matters who’s been hosting all of our meetings, to FAST- SIGNS. The ideas are just flowing. It’s gonna be big and I can’t wait for it all to come into fruition.” While so many have celebrated the DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 23

LOCAL ARTS & MORE BY PAM PARDY GHENT PLAYBAILL.COM PHOTO THEWEDDINGBAND (L-R) MICHAEL HOPKINS, JOHN DALTON & JENNA GRANT “It’s really going to be one of these shows that promises you’re going to have a good time...” - Scott Simms SUBMITTED PHOTOS just really, really glad to be a part of it,” the theatre teacher begins. ‘ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL’ Simms says that casting began short- ly after the school year started, and by mid October “the ball was rolling.” “We have a cast of about 45, which is a really nice number to O’Donel High School presents The Wedding Singer, proving have. We get those big musical the ‘80s ruled and that being left at the alter ain’t all that numbers, and the fun dance numbers. We have an incred- tragic when there’s a catchy soundtrack ible choral selection and our cast is just absolutely S cott Simms is the director of are, so there is a lot phenomenal.” O’Donel High School’s mu- The musical, sical The Wedding Singer, and of love for The Wed- ding Singer out which takes he’s nothing if not pumped there, and to the stage at The Arts and and enthusiastic as the date for show the kids are culture Centre February 20- times draws near. “It’s absolutely fantas- so excited 22, has a great tic. I’m a big fan of the movie, so many and I’m BECCA BARTLETT & JOHN DALTON 24 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

energy, says an enthusiastic Simms. FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 25 “As soon as I walked in the building in September, it’s what all the buzz was about: this is a musical year. Everybody knows how important that is, and it’s re- ally incredible to see that kind of energy throughout the entire school communi- ty.” Plus, there’s an extra element of fun because this is an ‘80s’ musical. “You’re getting big hair and fun costumes, and everything that you love about the ‘80s, or wish you could forget about the ‘80s, are all in this show.” Simms, who admits with a chuckle that he was born in ‘81, adds that it’s fun to have to explain so-called dated refer- ences to the kids. GET YOUR GROOVE ON! “Sweating to the oldies is referenced in the show. And where’s the beef? So we all went on YouTube to find out what is actually being talked about. I found that really strange because those things were such a big part of my growing up, that to have it be completely lost on this genera- tion was different, but fun.” Simms hopes audiences will get their grove on and head to the show for a guaranteed good time. “This is an incredibly fun show. The music is great, the kids are great. And it’s really going to be one of these shows that promises you’re going to have a good time because the show will not let you not have a good time.” The Wedding Singer is presented by the students of O’Donel High School. Shows are from February 20-22, 2020 at 7:30 pm at the St. John’s, Arts & Culture Centre. For tickets visit artsandculturecentre.com DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com

MUSIC SPOTLIGHT HEATHER NOLAN PHOTO THINGS ARE ‘LOOKIN’ UP’ FOR HOUSE From upbeat dance pop to moody country influences, local singer-songwriter Adrian House dives deep into his latest album Lookin’ Up BY DILLON COLLINS L ocal singer-songwriter Adri- an House has never been one to rest on his laurels. House, who is the definition of an eclectic artist, having dabbled in sound- scapes and genre-mixing that ranges from folk to country, rock and more, recently released his latest studio album Lookin’ Up, a record that has been charting and receiving critical praise nation-wide. LOVE A MAN RILEY HARNETT PHOTO Longtime readers of The Newfound- “Changes is an upbeat, dancey pop song about riding land Herald might remember House for out the ups and downs of life.” — Adrian House his 2016 record Love a Man, one this very publication called “expressive, hon- that range from upbeat and downright House delves into Lookin’ Up for rare est and above all, impactful, in all of the infectious to melodic and reflective. insights and inspirations behind four of ways that count.” his favourite tracks. In our latest artist album deep dive, Boy isn’t that the truth, and nothing has changed in the four years between touching in with House on Lookin’ Up, a daring and diverse album with tracks 26 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

HEATHER NOLAN PHOTO FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 27 “Short Back & Sides ... it’s about the crazy journey that we go on when we fall in love.” — Adrian House Changes is an upbeat, danc- ey pop song about riding out the ups and downs of life. Josh Ward did a killer bass line for this tune, and listen to Mara Pellerin’s lovely backing vocals at the end and into the fadeout. Travellin’ On is a very fun and lively old time country song. A bunch of friends were in the room together recording it, and that energy comes through. The chorus is catchy and definitely a great tune for driving or road trips! Short Back & Sides is an older style of song that really tells a story, in this case about a special gal, her tiger, and a haircut in the rain. Really it’s about the crazy journey that we go on when we fall in love. I’m sure most of us can relate in some way! 1951 is a slower, moodier tune to contrast with the up- beat feel of the rest. The song has a slow build and then ends with a nice harmonica section. Several people have told me it’s their favourite, and I’m glad I included it. For more on Adrian House and Lookin’ Up visit adrianhouse.com and his official social medias. DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com

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THIS WEEK WITH NTV’S JIM FURLONG MAYBE I’M OLD T here are little signposts To the matter at hand now and the along the way to remind you idea of selling beer and wine in movie of where you are on “the theatres. To cut to the chase, it is fraught with problems and I’m against it. It is a great path of life.“ Look at fundamental change in something, and it isn’t a change for the better. your own preferences and attitudes and Consider this. Who maintains order you get a little glimpse into the idea that in the theatre now? Trust me; where booze is sold, you need order. There will you aren’t getting any younger. be regulations about the selling of beer and wine at the movies. Two beers per Recently St. John’s City Council wres- person, etc. The movie theatres used to employ young men and women who were tled with the idea of allowing beer and CINEPLEX THEATRE - WINNIPEG PHOTO ushers; not bouncers. They don’t have ushers on George Street. I have a ques- wine to be sold in a local cinema. Council Who maintains order in tion. Who says to the person seeking a the theatre now? Trust third or fourth beer; “I’m sorry we are not has given its okay to an application to sell me; where booze is serving you anymore?” You can talk all sold, you need order. night about a two beer limit, but if you alcohol at the Scotiabank Theatre at the go to a movie with two other people and though I wasn’t allowed to go there. everyone is entitled to two… who says I Avalon Mall. That world of going to the movies was can’t drink five of the six? You would think a nice progressive a magical one of pretend and escape. Ho- ‘RAUCOUS’ DRINKERS palong Cassidy, The Cisco Kid and movies liberal like myself would be for that but like A Night to Remember held sway. That Related to that is the behavior of peo- was then. ple who are drinking. Have you noticed something about it grates in my soul. It all the people who, after a couple of drinks, think they are as funny as Robin might be age and a romantic notion about Williams? They also have an unbeliev- able urge to talk. Drinkers can’t shut up. movies. It might be generational. They have observations and thoughts about everything in the universe and that I’m an early baby boomer from just af- collides with the general tone of a movie theatre. Who wants to sit next to wine or ter the war. Our crowd are old enough to beer drinkers… unless you are drinking? “Raucous” is a word that comes to mind. remember theatres like The Nickle and Now when the recent vote came in The York and even The Majestic; al- from City Council I noticed with interest the two dissenting votes were councillors younger than myself but closer to my age. I suspect some sort of generational kinship. There seemed to be an emotional factor in those votes. They are more like me phil- osophically. It might be the wisdom of experience or I might just be getting old. I noticed I worked Hopalong Cassidy into my argument. That is old. NTV’s Jim Furlong can be reached by emailing: [emailprotected] 30 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

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CRIME FLASHBACK BY MAX HAINES Vollman admitted knowing Gaetane but denied having anything to do with her murder. JUSTICE FOR GAETANE chip of paint found in the gravel pit was the same type and colour as his car, cer- PART 2 of 2: The RCMP investigate the murder of Gaetane tainly incriminating Bouchard and her relationship with John Vollman. evidence, bur not conclusive. Vollman G aetane’s girlfriends were plates three weeks before the murder. could have been in questioned in an effort to The purchaser had been John Vollman. the gravel pit prior discover if any particular boy to the murder. A Together with Maine officials, the partially consumed, was paying special attention Mounties called on Vollman at his place lipstick-smeared of employment. His 1952 green Pontiac Caramilk chocolate to her. was parked outside. Examination of the bar was found in the rocker panel under the right front door glove compartment of Vollman’s car. Sergeant J.R. LaPointe of the RCMP revealed a tiny scar in the paint. NO HARD EVIDENCE found out from Gaetane’s girlfriends that COVERING A STORY The web of circumstantial evidence one boy, John Vollman, had tried to pick Vollman readily admitted knowing was rapidly closing in on John Vollman. Gaetane Bouchard but vehemently de- Still, there was no hard evidence to place them up on the afternoon of Gaetane’s nied having anything to do with her mur- him in the gravel pit with the victim at der. Yes, he had been in Edmunston the the time of the crime. murder. The girls told LaPointe that day of the murder covering a story, but claimed that anyone who thought he had When the autopsy had been per- Vollman had a reputation of not being been with Gaetane was mistaken. formed, a single strand of hair two and a half inches long was found clutched in content with necking. He wanted to go Vollman’s car was impounded. Mi- the victim’s hand. That single strand of croscopic examination revealed that the hair was forwarded to the RCMP labo- all the way, and when repulsed would fly ratory in Ottawa along with samples of Vollman’s hair. into an uncontrollable rage. The Ottawa lab sent the lone strand The Mounties were informed by the of hair taken from Gaetane Bouchard’s hand to the Atomic Energy of Canada head of the Criminal Investigation Di- Laboratories in Chalk River, Ontario, where scientist Dr. Robert E. Jervis vision of he Maine State Police, Otis was experimenting with an entirely new method of hair identification. Labree, that they had located a car dealer who had sold a green Pontiac with Maine 32 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020 *Crime Flashback Images are used for reenactment purposes only and might not be historically accurate.

This crime was the first FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 33 time neutron activation analysis had been used in a criminal case. It was his theory that trace elements in human hair would be different from person to person due to heredity, nour- ishment, environment and other factors. Jervis found that by bombarding the hair samples for various lengths of time in a nuclear reactor, he could, by complicated experimentation, measure the quantity of trace elements in the hair sample. PHYSICAL EVIDENCE In this way, the hair found clutched in Gaetane’s hand was identified as being identical to hair samples taken from Vollman’s head. It was the first time this method, known as neutron activation analysis, had been used in a criminal case. John Vollman was arrested and charged with the murder of Gaetane Bouchard. On Novemver 4, 1958, he stood trial in Edmunston where, for the first time anywhere, scientist Francis M. Kerr of the RCMP explained the new method of hair identification from the witness stand. On the last day of his trial, Vollman took the witness stand and confessed to the crime. John Vollman was sentenced to be hanged. Four days before his scheduled execution, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. He has since been released. DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com

FINE OL’ SCOFF BY PAM PARDY-GHENT FREEPIK.COM PHOTO DOWNSHIFTOLOGY.COM PHOTO SURVIVING SUPPER DIJON BAKED SALMON Fun and inventive meals to kick the mid-winter blues! • 11/2 lbs salmon, King, Sockeye or Coho salmon T hese are hectic times for tried-and-trusted go-to in a pinch, but many families. After school otherwise, I’ve been feeling uninspired. • 1/4 cup fresh parsley, finely activities for kids have chopped My daughter snapped me out of it started back and, well, with a request for curried mussels. It • 1/4 cup Dijon mustard was delightful! Then, we started think- • 1 tbsp lemon juice there’s the weather to contend with too. ing of some other fun foods and came • 1 tbsp avocado oil up with a mustard salmon dish we both • 3 garlic cloves, finely chopped were thrilled with when it came time to • salt and pepper chow down. Preheat your oven to 375 de- Now, even though meal times some- grees fahrenheit. times have to happen in a hurry, they Place the salmon on a parchment can still be high on yum and low on hum lined baking tray and set it aside. drum! Mix together the remaining in- gredients in a small bowl and gener- With surviving your own supper dol- ously coat the top of the salmon. drums, here’s some recipes for you to try. Bake the salmon for 18-20 min- Enjoy! utes (depending on size and thick- ness), then slice it into individual portions and serve immediately. — Source: downshiftology.com I tried to put my garbage out just this morning, but after one look at the ice on my sloped driveway, thought better of it. Yes folks, we’ve reached the time of year when even simple tasks, like putting out the garbage or bringing in the flyers, seem next to impossible. FUN FOODS FOR CHOW TIME I tossed the ingredients for chili into the slow-cooker a few evenings ago, a 34 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020

CURRIED COCONUT MUSSELS • 1 tbs olive oil • 1/2 cup dry white wine • 2 cups chopped onion • 1 tsp dark brown sugar • 1 tbs finely chopped peeled fresh • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt • 2 pounds small mussels, scrubbed ginger • 2 garlic cloves, minced and debearded (about 60) • 1 jalapeño pepper, chopped • 3/4 cup small basil leaves, divided • 2 tsp red curry paste • 3 tbsp fresh lime juice • 1 cup light coconut milk • 4 lime wedges Heat a large Dutch oven over vide mussels mixture evenly among 4 medium-high heat. Add oil to bowls, and spoon the coconut mix- pan; swirl to coat. Add onion, ginger, ture evenly over mussels. garlic, and jalapeño; sauté 3 minutes, stirring frequently. Sprinkle each serving with 1 ta- Stir in curry paste; cook 30 sec- blespoon remaining basil; serve with onds, stirring constantly. Add coco- lime wedges. nut milk, wine, sugar, and salt; bring to a boil. — Source: myrecipes.com Cook 2 minutes. Stir in mussels; cover and cook 5 minutes or until SUBMITTED PHOTO mussels open. Discard any unopened shells. Stir in 1/2 cup basil and juice. Di- DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 35

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SOAP TALK BY DANA JACKSON CARTER watched Zoe's photo shoot. \"STEVE\" reveals his true identity. SHARON underwent chemotherapy. BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL DAYS OF OUR LIVES THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS Wyatt turned to his father for Xander was stunned when he Victoria accused Amanda of sleep- advice about Sally. Shauna wor- found Eric and Sarah in a com- ing with Billy. Billy suspected that ried that Sally might still be an obsta- promising position. Gina consoled John Victor manipulated Victoria into believ- cle to Flo's happiness. Wyatt and Bill over Marlena's \"death.\" Chad and Abi- ing this lie. Phyllis warned Amanda not agreed that they have both put Sally gail had many questions after discover- to get in the crossfire. through much pain and heartache. ing the portrait of \"Stevano.\" Sarah de- Sharon tried to resume a normal life Flo told Wyatt that they would clared her love for Xander, and the two as she underwent chemotherapy. She work together in getting Sally to a shared a romantic evening together. Eric didn't want Phyllis to treat her any dif- better place. Steffy and Liam's kiss and Nicole reconciled. ferently just because she had breast can- continued to weigh heavily on Hope's Brady and Kristen shared a kiss. Ci- cer, so Phyllis ended their conversation mind. Katie encouraged Sally as she ara feared that she let Ben down. Gabi with a snarky comment. returned to work. Carter watched scrambled to keep control over Julie's Sharon appreciated that their inter- Zoe's fashion photo shoot intently, heart. Clyde pushed Ben to escape with actions were back to normal. Adam and telling Thomas that he and Forrest- him from prison. \"Steve\" reveals his true Chance hit the road. er Creations were lucky to have her. identity to Marlena. Ridge and Brooke attempt to find common ground. PETER bonded with Emma. FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 37 GENERAL HOSPITAL Sonny was reminded to appreci- ate the time he had with Mike. Sam and Jason met clandestinely. Finn was committed to protecting the woman he loved. Robert contacted the Feds. Nikolas ran into Elizabeth. Peter bonded with Emma. Robert got confrontational. Nina confided in Ava. Valentin received some devastat- ing news. Sam had a big idea. Valentin made an important announcement. Jax felt encouraged to move forward. Maxie complained to Lulu. DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com

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MUST SEE TV: CANADA’S SUPER STATION SUN/10:30P.M. NCIS: LOS ANGELES WED/8:30P.M. MODERN FAMILY WED/9:00P.M. SINGLE PARENTS A worldwide search is launched to The family takes one last big Students serve up questionable find Anna. vacation to Paris. meals during Valentine’s Day. The NCIS team investigates the mur- In one last family trip, the group head Will and Angie have reunited to help der of a Naval warfare engineer. Also, to Paris so Jay can accept a lifetime run a student-parent dinner at Hilltop, Callen asks Nell to assist him in a world- achievement award for his work in the where the kids are serving up question- wide search for Anna’s whereabouts. closet industry. able meals to paying customers. SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS SUNDAY 10:30 p.m. SAT/3:30PM TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS 1:30 p.m. [23] [TSN] NCAA Basketball Iowa State at Kansas. Allen Field House Curling. Tournament of Hearts. Page Playoff. Mosaic [3] [CBC] FIS Alpine Skiing World -- Lawrence, Kan. Live Place. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Live on TSN Cup Women’s Slalom. -- Maribor, Slovenia. [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Tampa Bay 2:00 p.m. at Colorado. Pepsi Center -- Denver, Colo. FRIDAY 2:30 p.m. Live 9:00 p.m. [NBC-D] [11] [NBC-B] [30] [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Winnipeg [RSE] NHL Hockey Detroit at TUESDAY [23] [TSN] NBA Basketball Phoenix at Philadelphia. Wells Fargo Center -- Pittsburgh. PPG Paints Arena -- Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. at Toronto. Scotiabank Arena -- Toronto, Philadelphia, Pa. Live 2:30 p.m. Ont. Live 3:30 p.m. [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Toronto at 10:30 p.m. [22] [CBS] NCAA Basketball Pittsburgh. PPG Paints Arena -- Pittsburgh, [7] [ABC] XFL Football Houston vs. Indiana at Michigan. Crisler Center Pa. Live [28] [PRMT] Mixed Martial Arts Tampa Bay. Live 4:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Bellator 239. Ed Ruth vs. Yaroslav Amosov. [23] [TSN] Curling Tournament of [23] [TSN] NHL Hockey Buffalo at WinStar World Casino -- Thackerville, Okla. Hearts. Page Playoff. Mosaic Place -- [23] [TSN] Curling Tournament of Ottawa. Canadian Tire Centre -- Ottawa, [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Boston at Moose Jaw, Sask. Live Hearts. Pool Play Draw 4. Mosaic Place Ontario. Live. Calgary. Scotiabank Saddledome 4:00 p.m. -- Moose Jaw, Sask. Live 12:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY [NBC-D] [11] [NBC-B] Golf WGC: 9:30 p.m. [23] [TSN] NBA Basketball New Mexico Championship. Round 3. Club de [7] [ABC] XFL Football Dallas at Orleans at Portland. Moda Center -- Golf Chapultepec -- Mexico City, Mexico. Los Angeles. Dignity Health Sports Park [23] [TSN] CONCACAF Soccer Portland, Ore. Live Live -- Carson, Calif. Live Montreal vs. Saprissa. Champions League. 8:30 p.m. [22] [CBS] PGA Golf Genesis Round of 16 Leg 1. Estadio Ricardo SATURDAY Invitational. Final Round. Riviera Country Saprissa -- San Jose, Costa Rica. Live 1:30 p.m. [3] [CBC] [31] [SN360] NHL Club -- Pacific Palisades, Calif. Live 10:00 p.m. Hockey Carolina at Toronto. Scotiabank [30] [RSE] QMJHL Hockey Quebec [30] [RSE] [31] [SN360] NHL [22] [CBS] NCAA Basketball Arena -- Toronto, Ont. Live at Rimouski. Colisée de Rimouski -- Hockey Boston at Edmonton. Rogers Tennessee at Auburn. Auburn Arena -- [23] [TSN] UFC UFC Fight Night 5:00 p.m. Place -- Edmonton, Alta. Live Auburn, Ala. Live 168 Paul Felder vs. Dan Hooker. Spark 2:00 p.m. Arena -- Auckland, New Zealand. Live [NBC-D] [11] [NBC-B] NHL THURSDAY [30] [RSE] [133] [CITY] NHL Hockey Boston at N.Y. Rangers. Madison 8:30 p.m. [NBC-D] [11] [NBC-B] EPL Hockey Montreal at Ottawa. Canadian Square Garden -- New York City, N.Y. Live 8:30 p.m. [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Philadelphia Soccer Man. City at Leicester City. King at Columbus. Nationwide Arena -- Power Stadium -- Leicester, England. Live [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Toronto at Columbus, Ohio. Live Buffalo. KeyBank Center -- Buffalo, N.Y. 9:00 p.m. [23] [TSN] NHL Hockey Winnipeg MONDAY at Ottawa. Canadian Tire Centre -- Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Ont. Live 11:30 p.m. [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Washington [30] [RSE] NHL Hockey Tampa Bay at Vegas. T-Mobile Arena -- Las Vegas, Nev. at Vegas. T-Mobile Arena -- Las Vegas, Nev 8:30 p.m. [23] [TSN] NCAA Basketball North Carolina at Notre Dame. Purcell Pavillion at the Joyce Center -- Notre Dame, Ind. Live DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: NFLDHERALD.com FEBRUARY 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 45

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THE BEST MOVIES MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS ON TELEVISION 2:00 p.m. 5:25 p.m. 10:30 p.m. SAT/3:30PM THE WEDDING MARCH [50] [TCM] Wagon Master +++ [306] [STARZ1] Before Sunset +++ [34] [SHOW] Nocturnal Animals (1950) Ward Bond. (1h45) (2004) Ethan Hawke. (1h25) ++++ (2016) Amy Adams. (2h30) College sweethearts Olivia and Mick 2:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m. [53] [FX] Let’s Be Cops ++++ are reunited when Mick is booked as (2014) Jake Johnson. (2h30) [53] [AMC] Saving Private Ryan [50] [TCM] Mr. Smith Goes to 11:35 p.m. the singer at Olivia’s wedding to +++ (1998) Tom Hanks. (4h) Washington ++++ (1939) James another man, on NTV. 3:45 p.m. Stewart. (2h15) [53] [AMC] Predators +++ (2010) 7:30 p.m. Adrien Brody. (2h30) SAT/7:30PM [50] [TCM] She Wore a Yellow OVERBOARD Ribbon +++ (1949) John Wayne. [53] [AMC] Rocky IV +++ (1985) SATURDAY (1h45) Sylvester Stallone. (2h) 9:30 a.m. A heiress mocks and cheats a hired 5:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. carpenter. When she gets amnesia af- [50] [TCM] Witness for the ter an accident, he decides to introduce [50] [TCM] Gunga Din ++++ [53] [AMC] The Book of Eli +++ Prosecution ++++ (1957) Tyrone her to regular life by convincing her (1939) Cary Grant. (2h) (2009) Denzel Washington. (2h30) Power. (2h) they’re husband and wife, on NTV. 6:30 p.m. [50] [TCM] The Talk of the Town 10:30 a.m. +++ (1942) Cary Grant. (2h15) NTV/9:30 P.M. SATURDAY [53] [AMC] We Were Soldiers +++ 10:30 p.m. [34] [SHOW] Fast Five +++ (2011) PLATOON (2002) Mel Gibson. (3h) Vin Diesel. (3h) 7:30 p.m. [18] [W] The Wedding Singer +++ 11:00 a.m. WWW.NTV.CA (1998) Adam Sandler. (2h) [50] [TCM] So Big +++ (1953) Jane [53] [AMC] Dante’s Peak +++ Wyman. (2h) FRIDAY (1997) Pierce Brosnan. (2h30) 8:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. [28] [PRMT] The Shawshank [50] [TCM] Suzy +++ (1936) Cary [50] [TCM] The Green Years +++ Redemption ++++ (1994) Tim Grant. (2h) (1946) Charles Coburn. (2h15) Robbins. (3h30) 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. [53] [AMC] The Poseidon [53] [AMC] Deep Impact +++ [53] [AMC] Rocky III +++ (1982) Adventure +++ (1972) Carol Lynley. (1998) Elijah Wood. (2h30) Sylvester Stallone. (2h30) (2h30) 1:45 p.m. [50] [TCM] Dr. Strangelove (Or [50] [TCM] Libeled Lady ++++ How I Learned to Stop Worrying (1936) Jean Harlow. (2h) [50] [TCM] The Southerner ++++ and Love the Bomb) ++++ (1964) 1:30 p.m. (1945) Zachary Scott. (1h45) Peter Sellers. (1h45) 2:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. [50] [TCM] It Happened One Night ++++ (1934) Claudette Colbert. (2h) [36] [SLICE] The Blind Side +++ [24] [YTV] Dumbo ++++ (1941) 3:30 p.m. (2009) Sandra Bullock. (3h) Voices of Sterling Holloway. (2h) 3:30 p.m. 11:15 p.m. [50] [TCM] Drums Along the Mohawk +++ (1939) Claudette [5] [NTV] The Wedding March + [50] [TCM] The Pink Panther +++ Colbert. (2h) (2016) Jack Wagner. (2h) (1964) Peter Sellers. (2h15) 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. THURSDAY [53] [AMC] Deep Impact +++ [53] [AMC] Taken +++ (2008) Liam 10:15 a.m. (1998) Elijah Wood. (2h30) Neeson. (2h) 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. [50] [TCM] They Won’t Believe Me +++ (1947) Robert Young. (1h45) [50] [TCM] Jezebel ++++ (1938) [53] [AMC] Titanic +++ (1997) 12:00 p.m. Bette Davis. (2h) Leonardo DiCaprio. (4h30) 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. [53] [AMC] Rocky +++ (1976) Sylvester Stallone. (2h30) [53] [AMC] The Book of Eli +++ [5] [NTV] Overboard +++ (1987) 2:30 p.m. (2009) Denzel Washington. (2h30) Goldie Hawn. (2h) 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. [53] [AMC] Rocky II +++ (1979) Sylvester Stallone. (2h30) [28] [PRMT] Shooter +++ (2007) [44] [CTVSci-Fi] The Mummy +++ 3:30 p.m. Mark Wahlberg. (3h) (1999) Brendan Fraser. (2h30) [50] [TCM] The Children’s Hour 9:30 p.m. [50] [TCM] Algiers +++ (1938) +++ (1962) Audrey Hepburn. (2h) Charles Boyer. (1h45) 9:30 p.m. [5] [NTV] Platoon +++ (1986) 5:00 p.m. Charlie Sheen. (2h30) [53] [AMC] Taken +++ (2008) Liam 10:30 p.m. [53] [AMC] Rocky III +++ (1982) Neeson. (2h5) Sylvester Stallone. (2h30) [50] [TCM] Terms of Endearment [53] [AMC] The Princess Bride 5:15 p.m. +++ (1983) Shirley MacLaine. (2h30) ++++ (1987) Cary Elwes. (1h30) [48] [TOON] Rango +++ (2011) [50] [TCM] Rose Marie +++ (1936) Johnny Depp. (2h30) Jeanette MacDonald. (2h) “I think now, looking back, we did not fight the en- NOTABLE MOVIE emy; we fought ourselves. And the enemy was in “QUOTE”us.” — PLATOON DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE ONLINE: www.NFLDHERALD.com February 16 - 22, 2020/THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD 47

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Pig Pony Masha Ricky OLN (17) 457 411 102 FailArmy St. Wars St. Wars St. Wars St. Wars St. Wars St. Wars St. Wars Paid SnowTrax St. Wars Fish TV St. Wars Paid St. Wars St. Wars W (18) 567 602 274 Movie Good Witch \"Truly, Madly, Sweetly\" ('18) \"Perfect Match\" ('15) \"The Secret Ingredient\" ('20) Movie CBCN (20) 390 502 13 _N.Things News News CBC News Network With John Northcott The Sunday Scrum Weekly News VISION (21) 394 650 64 Super. Beyond Super. Yoga Scriptur Touch Ministries Mass Youssef Creflo Faytene Copelnd Facts Islam Hour of Power CBS (22) 362 282 7 _Murdoch WBZ This Morning WBZ This Morning WBZ This Morning WBZ This Morning CBS Sunday Morning Face the Nation Furever Bull Ride TSN (23) 400 400 100 _ SportsC SportsCentre SportsCentre SportsCentre SportsCentre SportsC Curling Tournament of Hearts Pool Play Draw 3 YTV (24) 542 551 21 H.Danger Sponge Sponge Unicorn! Cloudy 44Cats Sponge Sponge Loud H. Casa. Loud H. 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Steven HIST (49) 506 522 287 _ Forged Forged in Fire Canadian Pickers Paid Paid Rust Valley American Pickers American Pickers Curse Oak Island AloneBst TCM (50) 539 292 204 \"The Big City\" ('37) \"A Guy Named Joe\" ('44) Spencer Tracy. (CC) \"The Facts of Life\" ('61) \"Top Hat\" ('35,Mus) Fred Astaire. (CC) Movie PEACH (51) 650 294 200 Paid Paid Paid Real Life Think Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Gmetime Paid Atlanta Eats People RawTrav. FX (53) 251 K. vs. S. The Listener Murdoch Mystery The Listener Murdoch Mystery The Listener Murdoch Mystery The Listener Atlanta FOX (54) 363 283 10 BigBang Paid Press Dentures Paid Paid Paid Wild Am. Paid Fox News Sunday Measure Press Paid Paid BigBang CHCH (55) 345 218 17 Story Night Night Story Dr.Ho TinyTal. Dr.Ho Story Dr.Ho Dr.Ho Dr.Ho Paid Paid Dr.Ho Key David Dr.Ho OWN (56) 507 526 285 _ Oprah Where Are They? Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes My Baby's Having My Baby's Having Irreconcilable Diff Soul Sunday Love APTN (58) 350 239 23 HardRock Mohawk Mohawk Anaana's Tshaka Tshaka Tshaka Teepee Canot Anaana's Tshakape Hit Ice AWSM! Buy It! Buy It! Songs NGEO (85) 551 524 289 _ Drain Drain the Oceans Puppy Puppy Puppy Puppy Paid Paid Incredible Dr. Pol Incredible Dr. Pol Incredible Dr. Pol Dr. Pol CIHF (115) 204 4 Paid News Ent. Tonight Holmes Inspection Income Fishful Bryan J.Osteen Paid Sarah Off the Grid Block Donut SaveReno CITY (133)344 214 19 _ CityLine Paid Jokers CityLine FailArmy FailArmy Canadian Canada Paid Church Jokers Investor Correio Da Manha Lombardi PRMT (279) 584 628 211 Ink Ink Ink Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Res. STARZ1 (306)612 304 570 \"Edge of Winter\" ('16) \"Weirdos\" ('16) \"The Book of Eli\" ('09) \"JFK\" ('91) Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Costner. 48 THE NEWFOUNDLAND HERALD/February 16 - 22, 2020


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