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
Ahead of his performance at the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival, Fred Penner reflects on a lifetime of life changing memories and moments that matter
For 45 years Frederick Ralph Cornelius Penner has provided the soundtrack to generations of children across the great white north and beyond.
The oldest organized sporting event in North America celebrates a milestone, as the Royal St. John’s Regatta turns 200 on August 1st (weather pending)
The oldest organized sporting event in North America continues to thrive heading towards its bicentennial. Celebrating that amazing 200th anniversary in 2018, the Royal St. John’s
Canadian rockers I Mother Earth return to headline the final night of the 34th annual George Street Festival alongside Finger Eleven – performing in Newfoundland for the first time with newly returned frontman Edwin.
Discussing the long-awaited reunion and tour in support of their iconic album Scenery and Fish, founding
Fourteen-year-old Irish singing sensation Owen Mac brings his talents to Newfoundland and Labrador for the first time this August
Unicorn Promotions Presents, Ireland’s newest singing sensation Owen Mac, performing at the Sheila Nageira Theatre in Carbonear and Holy Heart Theatre in St. John’s on August 10-11 this summer.
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
Few events in Canada are as anticipated as the annual George Street Festival. In its 34 year, the now week long celebration of music and entertainment has captivated and enthralled thousands of fans, both local and across the globe.
Kicking off the festivities on Thursday, July 26th are the internationally
Emotional and harmonic, New Brunswick’s The Olympic Symphonium talk mixing voices and crafting music that matters in our latest Q&A
The Olympic Symphonium out of New Brunswick are one of Canada’s best kept secrets, but undeniably a group of artists that demand attention. The foursome of Kyle Cunjak, Dennis
For the 23rd year, Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador presents the Gros Morne Theatre Festival, a four month long celebration of stories, songs and culture nestled in one of the island’s most pristine locations.
Featuring exciting new additions and returning favourites (with a modern twist), the festival lineup is