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Living Heritage Podcast

Nov 15, 2018

What does Superman, Santa Claus, and Krampus all have in common? They're some of the research interests of Dr. Daniel Peretti, a new faculty member with Memorial University’s Folklore Department. Dr. Pretti grew up in Algonac, Michigan and studied film at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. He went to Indiana...


Nov 8, 2018

Heather Wareham began working as an archivist at the Maritime History Archive in 1977, and has served as the director for many years. Her research interest is Newfoundland Maritime History, especially marine disasters, women in the fishery, and resettled communities. Heather is also a founding member of the Association...


Nov 1, 2018

Kevin Massey, owner of The Old Dublin Bakery, moved to St. John's in 2004 and has been delighting our province with incredible pastry ever since. A graduate of the world's first ever BA degree program for Culinary Arts in Dublin, his professional pedigree still barely keeps up with his unrelenting talent to turn butter,...


Oct 25, 2018

On this episode, Fatima Haseen Khan, the owner and operator of Fatima’s Indian Food, and her employee Chad Coombs talk about incorporating local ingredients into their dishes (such as their chanterelle curry), moving to the new Market location, and the sense of community they have with customers. You can find...


Oct 18, 2018

Nasir Muhammad owns Curry Delight with his wife, Afiya Altaf. The couple has been serving up Pakistani and Indian cuisine at the St. John’s Farmer’s Market for the past four years and has become a favorite stop at the Market for many visitors. In this episode, Nasir talks about starting his own business while...