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: Christine Hennebury
The Your Glowing Health Yoga Nutrition Retreat has been a longtime dream for organizers Kathy Noseworthy and Stacey Tuttle. They knew what they wanted to accomplish, and how to accomplish it, the only obstacle was timing.
Bringing it Together
“We first discussed planning a retreat a
Newfoundland ladies make history by becoming the first women’s team to capture gold at the Five Pin Open National Bowling Championship
To say it has been a banner year for women bowlers in Newfoundland and Labrador would be an understatement. Historic, would be more appropriate.
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.
After nearly three decades, the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador has moved to a new home, but retain their steadfast desire to promote local craftspeople
For 27 years, Devon House (59 Duckworth Street in St. John’s), housed the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador.
On July 7th the
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.
By: Robert Shawn
A local woman heading to the Miss Universe Canada Pageant has dreams of doing good in her community
Mackenzie Dove is not your typical 22-year-old. The Clarenville native is an incredibly busy young woman, balancing her time between school, work, volunteering, and the distinction of being Miss
Showrunner and executive producer, Perry Chafe is among the more influential figures in the massive growth in our homegrown film and television industry
Folks like Perry Chafe rarely have time to stop and smell the roses – though catching up with The Newfoundland Herald, the showrunner and executive producer