As far back as the 16th century, the South East of Ireland has had a strong bond with the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, based on the shared history of the two places. Many emigrants departed from counties Waterford, Kilkenny, Tipperary, and Wexford, as well as from the coast
Emerging singer-songwriter Christian Howse talks depth of songwriting and becoming a confident frontman in the wake of his new EP, Long Distance
Nineteen-year-old musical prodigy Christian Howse is everything you want in an artist – embarrassingly talented, humble, driven to push himself both creatively and emotionally. He wears his
Shallaway Youth Choir, Newfoundland and Labrador’s award-winning cultural organization, will travel to South Africa from August 15-25, 2018 to honour and celebrate its 25-year anniversary. Approximately 100 choristers, faculty and friends will participate in the tour.
“This tour will be a cultural and spiritual experience of a lifetime,” said Richard
Local company Other Ocean are on the cutting edge of the video game industry, earning an Emmy nomination and worldwide praise
A Newfoundland based company can now add Emmy nominee to their list of accomplishments. Other Ocean Interactive, with a studio based out of St. John’s, has been nominated
Newfoundlander Alanna Fraize earns the pride of her home province, rising through the ranks of the New York City opera landscape, living the dream with each passing day.
Dreams are seldom realized standing still. For Newfoundland’s Alanna Fraize, it took uprooting her life and moving to New York City
By: Amy Cleary
Visual artist Dawn Baker visits Fogo, showcasing how the most valuable commodities of any place go well beyond the scenery
Dawn Baker is a visual artist and an admitted child enthusiast. She’d have to be considering she’s been a children’s book author and illustrator since 1992.
Ahead of his performance at the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival, Fred Penner reflects on a lifetime of life changing memories and moments that matter
For 45 years Frederick Ralph Cornelius Penner has provided the soundtrack to generations of children across the great white north and beyond.
The 42nd Annual Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival, on August 3-5 in Bannerman Park, features performances by Buddy, Fred Penner, The Once & others
The 42nd Annual Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival carries on a four decade-plus tradition of fantastic music and family entertainment at Bannerman Park in St.
Canadian rockers I Mother Earth return to headline the final night of the 34th annual George Street Festival alongside Finger Eleven – performing in Newfoundland for the first time with newly returned frontman Edwin.
Discussing the long-awaited reunion and tour in support of their iconic album Scenery and Fish, founding