Just in time for the Holiday season, award-winning trad group Rum Ragged get in on the festive spirit with their debut holiday LP, At Christmas.
How do you like your holiday tunes? A touch of Bing Crosby? Maybe The Boss breakin’ down Santa Claus is Coming to Town? If
Acclaimed local funnyman Matt Wright gets festive with friends for a pair of high-profile holiday showcases in St. John’s and Gander this December.
Christmas means good food, good people, and generally speaking, good times. We all love to indulge in excess over Christmas and tap into the things that make
Newfoundland author Gary Collins crafts a thrilling tale of defiant survival and revenge with his 12th published work The Last Beothuk
Award winning Newfoundland author Gary Collins has always endeavoured to listen for the rustle in the woods. This is a phrase he repeats several times during a candid
By: Krystyn Decker
Innovative and inspiring entries from NL’s notable feminists
Fun, functional, and fierce—A Woman’s Almanac 2018 is a beautifully designed day planner and a daily source of insight and creativity. This year’s almanac is the second of what is hopefully an annual release by the St. John’s Status
Folk duo Fortunate Ones paying it forward, holiday giving and a long awaited sophomore album in a candid interview with The Newfoundland Herald
It may feel strange to avid Herald readers to consider that Andrew James O’Brien and Catherine Allan, affectionately known as Fortunate Ones, have only been performing
When the Ennis sisters; Karen, Maureen and Teresa gather, there’s guaranteed to be laughter, teasing and a large dose of sentimentality, particularly when they speak about their beloved Christmas shows.
“We have a cross country Christmas tour coming up starting Nov. 24 in Newfoundland,” Maureen begins. It’s then
NTV’s anchor Glen Carter has it all; marriage, family, loving – if mysterious – pets, and a job he loves. But there’s some surprising, never before told secrets the award-winning journalist agreed to open up about in this exclusive one-on-one.
While Glen Carter always seems quite comfortable behind the