Author: Krystyn Decker

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Accomplished novelist and history nerd Michelle Butler Hallett is back in The Newfoundland Herald’s spotlight with her latest historical thriller published by Goose Lane Editions, Constant Nobody
In 2016, Butler released This Marlowe. The gripping account of English playwright Christopher Marlowe’s last months of life before being brutally murdered under

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Bernardine Ann Teráz Stapleton’s latest book Girly Muckle and the Queer Hands is an exceptionally well-written novel about embracing the journey of self-discovery, set in a world of mythological and folkloric beings
If ever there was a place that embraced all aspects of the supernatural, mythology, and folklore, Newfoundland and

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The Newfoundland Herald talks about equality and the effects of COVID-19 in the tattoo industry with prominent local artist Kayla Gilkinson

 
When you think about different occupations, does a specific gender come to mind? Society has ingrained a standard way of thinking into us, causing an automatic

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Jamie Chafe-Badcock of St. John’s shares some positivity while awaiting his second double lung transplant in Toronto during a global pandemic

 
The last year and however many months has been incredibly unpredictable. For some, it’s been a time of reflection and opportunity. For most, it has been

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Having faced adversity, LeighAnne O’Neill, aka SaltwaterAnnie, shares her positivity and love for NL through social media
 
It’s no doubt that Newfoundland and Labrador has a very unique face of tourism. From the coastlines and Jellybean Row, to traditional Jiggs dinner and the local music with Celtic and seafaring

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Talented Newfoundlander Elaine Cook takes up line dancing as a hobby and finds herself nominated for two dances at the universal weekend event, the Crystal Boot Awards
 
Typically when you hear the term “line dancing” you associate it with country music, and while country-and-western line dancing has been an

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Hasan Hai and the NLBMC are back for another hunky 2019 calendar, hoping this year they can empower men to become meaningfully engaged in violence prevention
 
After the remarkable success of the 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Beard and Moustache Club’s (NLBMC) campaign, the MerB’ys are back to do it

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The Mad Catter Café in downtown St. John’s is the perfect hub for feline friends and furry enthusiasts
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The first official cat café debuted in Taiwan, having been modelled on keeping the cats as residents who permanently lived there. The café became extremely popular with Japanese tourists and local

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Daphne Hart, creator and operator of You Go Girl Travel, gives us the rundown on her flourishing business, a travel club for women right here in St. John’s
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Now that it’s officially summer, use the semi-occasional sun as inspiration while you brainstorm your next getaway off the island. Not

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The Newfoundland Herald speaks with Kay Burns, curator for The Museum of the Flat Earth, regarding the flat earth society and how it involves Newfoundland and Labrador
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In a world where modern-day technology allows us to pass information at record speed via social media, conspiracy theories are aplenty. What

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