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Newfoundland musical No Change In The Weather just wrapped its acclaimed run at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John’s, and now its heading to Toronto for an engagement of sold out performances.
The production has received critical acclaim, with noted activist and all around good person Hasan Hai

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Alan Doyle is comfortable with the stage, to be sure, but this will be completely different.
Based on the screenplay The Grand Seduction by Ken Scott, Tell Tell Habour is an all new musical comedy that celebrates the people, the trials, and the triumphs of living in a small community

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Juno nominated singer-songwriter and frontman of award-winning indie rock ensemble Hey Rosetta!, Tim Baker is bringing his annual holiday showcase to Holy Heart Theatre in St. John’s with his monster east coast band All Hands. Special guest Postdata.
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How Eric Wellwood has transitioned his tragically brief on-ice pro-hockey career to helming the Newfoundland Growlers on their road back to the Kelly Cup
The vacancy of the head coaching position left in the wake of the exit of Kelly Cup winner John Snowden loomed large for the Newfoundland Growlers ahead

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Newfoundland’s own Allan Hawco continues his busy year, joining season two of the Canadian comedy series Moonshine.
Created by Sheri Wood and airing on CBC, Hawco joins returning stars Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation), Anastasia Phillips (Reign), Emma Hunter (Mr. D), Tom Stevens (Wayward Pines), Alexander Nunez (Avocado Toast), Corrine Koslo (Anne

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The newest professional basketball organization to hit St. John’s kicks off play on the weekend of November 27-28th at Mary Brown’s Centre.
The Newfoundland Rogues, filling the void left by the very public exit of the St. John’s Edge, will begin their campaign late this fall, and single game tickets

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Longtime friend of The Newfoundland Herald Brad Tuck has released his new single ‘The Red Violin’ ahead of Remembrance Day!

Press release: St. John’s based traditional singer/songwriter Brad Tuck has released his new Remembrance Day themed single, “The Red Violin” with an accompanying video.

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Our friends Fortunate Ones are hitting the road for a holiday trek across the maritimes with Matt Andersen this year, but as promised they’ll be bringing the festivities to The Rock. The entire press release is available below!
JUNO-nominated, Newfoundland duo Fortunate Ones will celebrate the season at home in St. John’s with the

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Award-winning and impossibly talented duo of Jordan Coaker and Kirsten Rodden-Clarke, Quote the Raven, have released their all new album Can’t Hold The Light, which they recently toured across Newfoundland and Labrador with musician/producer Chris Kirby.
An impromptu trip to Nashville in 2019 set the wheels in motion for the

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The Newfoundland Herald was saddened to hear that founder of Fred’s Records and local music legend Frederick Brokenshire has passed away at the age of 69. Below is his full obituary from Carnell’s Funeral Home:
Frederick Robert Brokenshire, age 69, passed away peacefully in St. John’s on October 27, 2021. 

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Rising singer-songwriter Jayne Batstone is set to release her new EP Line Art on November 2nd.
Born and raised in St. John’s, Batstone has been surrounded by music and the arts her whole life and performance has made her who she is – singer/songwriter, actor, dancer, advocate, ally.
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Rod Jackson and The Perfect Strangers are hitting the road once again for their annual Christmas in the Country tour.

“Tickets are on sale now for Christmas in the Country 4!! We are so excited to get back on the stage for our 4th annual show featuring the

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