Author: Pam Pardy-Ghent

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Maudie, starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, has a proud cheerleader in the film’s producer Mary Sexton. Sexton shares how her mother helped bring the project to life.
By Pam Pardy Ghent
Maudie, staring Oscar nominees Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, is many things. Unlikely love story between artist Maud

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On the heels of being inducted (posthumous) into Nova Scotia’s Music Hall of Fame, The Herald pays tribute to legendary performer and musical icon Harry Hibbs
By Pam Pardy Ghent
Harry Hibbs is a legend in this province. A glance at a salt n’ pepper cap can trigger a musical

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Introducing Bobbi Pike’s Come Colour With Me in Newfoundland and Labrador: A Sharable Colouring Book for Parents and Kids
By: Pam Pardy-Ghent
Bobbi Pike knows how valuable spending quality time can be. Pike lost her mother to dementia over four years ago and the pain of that loss is something

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tragedy turned triumph
When a hearty fisherman is injured in a tragic industrial accident in Harbour Grace,his family wondered what the future held. In her own touching words, his wife shares histale of determination and strength in her touching memoir, Miracles Happen
Rendell Drover was known locally as “the big-hearted

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Continuing Crane’s legacy
For Rick Crane, skipper of Crane’s Legacy out of Cox’s Cove, season four of Cold WaterCowboys will serve as a bittersweet reminder of successes and unshakable loss
Emerging as one of the breakout stars of the thriving reality series, the passing of Crane’s grandfather, whom he affectionately

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By Pam Pardy Ghent
As the proud daughter and granddaughter of fishermen, at this time of year, it’s always those who earn their living at sea who dominate my thoughts. From the sealers out in the bitter cold to the fisher-folk in their boats or in their harbour sheds preparing

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As a raging wildfire later referred to as ‘The Beast” bore down upon Fort McMurray, residents like Courtney Abbott hoped for the best while never imagining the worst.
The raging wildfire that has laid waste to an area larger than the Avalon Peninsula, wrecking one-tenth of Fort McMurray, destroying 2,400

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