Mary Walsh and Mary Sexton talk A Christmas Fury which reunites the Hatching Matching and Dispatching crew in time for the holidays.
By: Krystyn Decker
St. John’s holds the province’s largest Christmas parade, seeing upwards of 50,000 people not only from town, but from far beyond.
What would Christmas be without colourful floats, booming marching bands and a visit from Santa Claus? The Downtown Christmas Parade is the perfect opportunity to
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
Newfoundland’s Opera On The Avalon puts their own unique spin on the acclaimed worldwide production Into The Woods.
Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical Into The Woods has been bewitching audiences for four decades.
Combining all the qualities that make musical magic alongside storybook fables with a twist, the production has
Canadian country music great Michelle Wright returns to St. John’s bringing her Christmas show, A Michelle Wright Christmas, to Newfoundland fans of all ages
Michelle Wright knows country music. Besides receiving rave reviews for her distinctive style and song choices since debuting her first CD, Do Right by Me in
This country’s Minister of Veterans Affairs and the Associate Minster of National Defence is Newfoundland & Labrador MP Seamus O’Regan. While proud of his political role, the member for St. John’s South – Mount Pearl has some personal connections to the military and Beaumont-Hamel, ties that makes what he does
Few emerging artists have made quite the impression in such a short span as indie rockers Newspaper Fashion Show. Oddly named, yet undeniably addictive live or dialed in to a set of headphones or bluetooth speaker, the five-piece group of Jacob Quinton, Jeremy Gillam, Aaron Beswick, John Purchase and Zakk