Decorated photo-journalist Paul Daly talks Irish ties, ‘plastic paddys’, and the lost art of photography
What does a photograph mean? Is it honesty? Deception? Perhaps it’s all of those things, or none, or simply a snapshot in time.
The art of photography cannot be quantified in subheads or pull
The lineup is filling out for the third annual Iceberg Alley Performance Tent.
Already announced for the September 11-21 concert series in Quidi Vidi are Alan Doyle, Shanneyganock, Celtic Connection, Kim Mitchell, Loverboy, David Wilcox and Metric. Now a trio of 90s staples are set to rock out under the big
Local legends Chris Andrews, Bud Davidge and Fergus O’Byrne reflect on Newfoundland music past and present, Paddy’s festivities and the nature of the music business.
On March 17th each year, hoards of enthusiastic folks descend upon pubs in St. John’s for beer breakfast, liquid lunch and drunken dinner. Some
Atlantic Canadian rockers Wintersleep burst through a new level of mainstream with the release of their 2016 studio album The Great Detachment. Anchored by the number one single Amerika, the album became a definitive stamp for a band that paid their dues with gigs across the nation and beyond.
Comedian Jeremy Hotz talks Canadian cold, American comedy climate and overcoming anxiety before his Dangerously
Handsome Tour hits St. John’s
Known far and wide as ‘The Most Miserable’ Comedian working today, Jeremy Hotz has become a fan favourite thanks to his cutting, observational humour and patented gestures.
Director Adriana Maggs delves deep into her emotional and stirring portrait of the pain and passion of hockey legend Terry Sawchuk
Adriana Maggs is what folks in the entertainment industry world call a multi-threat.
Occasional actor, director, writer and producer, Maggs has clocked considerable hours across film and television
Newfoundland’s Kellie Loder embraces the fear in taking chances, dissecting the biggest moment of a career, one with a near limitless ceiling
When Kellie Loder left Newfoundland and Labrador last year to pursue a career as a singer-songwriter in Toronto, there was a certain amount of fear that arose.
From beloved standout in Republic of Doyle, to lead in the emotional biopic Goalie, Paradise native Mark O’Brien remains humble through his ascent to stardom
Perhaps quietly, Paradise’s own Mark O’Brien has had one of the most impressive rise through the ranks of Hollywood of just about any Newfoundlander