By: Russell Bowers
As the iconic trio prepare to say goodbye to cross-Canada touring, Kevin Blackmore looks back on 35 years of ‘Nods & Winks’
It’s almost impossible to consider, but Kevin Blackmore of Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers admits they were “once asked by an agent to move
The Newfoundland Herald takes viewers inside the fast-paced world of NTV News, where reporters package stories for the most-watched television show in Newfoundland and Labrador – the NTV Evening Newshour
It’s late afternoon in mid-October and, as usual, there’s a flurry of activity inside NTV’s newsroom. However, this is
By: Jason Sheppard
One of Canada’s biggest country music performers returns to St. John’s to take part in The Celebration of Hope, with a spiritual and powerful message.
George Canyon is no stranger to music lovers in Newfoundland and Labrador. Canyon has performed at George Street shows, at Mile One
Dale Jarvis is the go-to guy for Newfoundland and Labrador folklore. The Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer for the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador is also a storyteller, tour guide, entrepreneur and more.
Haunted Hike Returns
He has appeared on the paranormal television show Creepy Canada, detailing stories of
Local folk trio The Once are hitting the road again this month, as the band embarks on province-wide Arts and Culture Centre tour. Their provincial tour is swiftly followed by a cross-country Canadian tour, creating a jam-packed autumn for the band.
By some small miracle, all three members of The