By: Kelly Anne-Roberts
I’ve gotten to know Carl English over the last year as a reporter. When I first met English I didn’t know what to expect.
I’d heard his story and wondered if it had made him hard or reserved, but honestly he’s been nothing but kind, approachable and
The east coast rocker talks cathartic songwriting, freedom of the stage and Newfoundland love in a candid interview.
No stranger to long serving music fans here in Newfoundland and Labrador, Dartmouth’s Juno winner Matt Mays makes it a priority to treat his dedicated island fan base to generous helpings
Karen Silver entertains and educates with her Newfoundland centered children’s series, Come On We Goes
When avid writer and journalist Karen Silver decided to write a children’s book, she knew she wanted to do something different. Not the carbon copied, parodied Doctor Seuss knockoff or paint-by-numbers toddler 10 pager,
In an exclusive interview, Newfoundland’s own NHL veteran Ryane Clowe reflects on his playing career and coaching future ahead of the inaugural Growlers season
For kids growing up clearing snow off of ponds in rural Newfoundland, waking early for morning hockey practice, saving chore money to buy that perfect stick,
Toronto’s lords of hardcore punk Cancer Bats make their long-awaited return to St. John’s, and are ready to annihilate with reckless abandon on September 22nd
It’s been five long years since Toronto’s Cancer Bats have blitzkrieged St. John’s with their trademarked blend of crushing hardcore punk with sludgy undertones.
Celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2018, Sons of Erin’s Ralph O’Brien reflects on the history of a band who redefined music culture in Newfoundland and Labrador
Much has changed in Newfoundland and Labrador over the course of half a century. Cod stocks have soared and fallen, political parties have shaped
I confess to being an unrepentant political junkie. At all levels it draws me in. My record on predictions isn’t that great. It is average at best. I knew the Liberals would win provincially and Justin Trudeau would survive attack ads about his hair and win nationally.
That was easy.
Ahead of his Newfoundland return, music icon Steve Earle talks keeping up with Newfoundlanders, the state of country music and the do’s and don’ts of being a singer-songwriter.
Few artists have pushed the boundaries of genre, rendering them irrelevant and moot quite the way Steve Earle has over the
The Herald sits down with Mark Zimmerman as he prepares to bring his Laugh Out Loud tour to Newfoundland and Labrador beginning September 19.
Mark Zimmerman has a grand sense of humour. He’d have to, considering the work this fella’s into.
“I’m Menopause Mark. I know everything there