Uncle. Nerd. Pop culture enthusiast. Near Captain Planet-level recycler. Starter of Racket.
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We profile the Instagram account St. John’s Nachos Review and find there are more layers of tortillas and cheese to the story.
The Racket chats with Graydon Pelley, the man behind the NL Alliance, a new political party that is trying to get off the ground in Newfoundland.
Kris counts down his most played songs of 2018.
“What are you doing New Year’s Eve?” It’s an important question that has been asked in songs for years and with ten days left in 2018 we have a list of songs to play while you are partaking in those plans.
The Racket profiles local artist Doug Halliday and his 12 Days of Giveaways promotion.
Kris reviews Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. (Image borrowed from IGN).
The Racket speaks with Mark Denine of Escape Quest about their Lost Colony of Atlantis escape room.
The Newfoundland Brewery Tour starts up again and we chat to one of the owners of Mount Pearl’s Landwash Brewery.
Some classic, not so classic and maybe even fairly new Christmas tunes that you can play at any upcoming holiday get together.
Kris details a story that put him right in the Christmas spirit after years of feeling like a Scrooge.
The women of Fully Gorgeous put off a hilarious holiday themed sketch comedy show at The Fat Cat and it starred The Racket’s own Stephanie Curran. Kris tells you all about it.
A collection of Christmas cards are on display at MUN’s QE II Library and The Racket talked to archivist Linda White about the cards, their origins and how the public can view them. (Photo by Richard Blenkinsopp).
Local author, Brad Dunne chats to The Racket about his book After Dark Vapours.
Remember when The Killers would release a new Christmas song every year? Kris recounts with fondness.
The Racket chats to a social media personality and a photographer, both based in Halifax who combine their powers for some out of this world cosplay photos for Instagram. (Photo courtesy of Shaun Simpson).