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I loved this song, by Dore Coller, the first time I heard it. And, I love it just the same more than thirty years later. Let’s hear it for the Cow Bay Cruz Boys!
St. John’s Most Famous Wooden Boat Deep in the forbidding interior of Burma, a young British army officer went shopping for teak. The year was 1938 and the soldier was Walter Leslie Runciman. The massive tree trunks were dragged by … Continue reading
Stalking the Wild Flister There’s a song in the cult classic film Pink Flamingos the title and sole lyric of which is “the bird is the word”. It’s not much of a song but it expresses a philosophy that’s shared … Continue reading
Theovald Eric Moorehead 1916 -1995 Theovald Eric Moorehead was one of St. John’s most notable citizens. He was born the year before Transfer, on November 1, 1916. His father, Edward A. Moorehead was St. John’s sole police officer. His mother, … Continue reading
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