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By: Russell Bowers
It’s one of the few flat-iron style buildings in the world and yet, there it sits, unused, on the corner of Duckworth and New Gower streets in downtown St. John’s
The place known as the Majestic Theatre was built in 1919 and found prominence as a political

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By: Mark Dwyer
A look back at 30 years of professional hockey in St. John’s and celebrating the local stars who gave fans plenty of reason to cheer
 
It’s been three decades since professional hockey arrived in the province’s capital, a sports journey that has embraced several franchises, two

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The Newfoundland Herald takes viewers inside the fast-paced world of NTV News, where award-winning reporters package stories for the most-watched television show in Newfoundland and Labrador, The NTV Evening Newshour
“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it. That’s no truer anywhere than it is here

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From Happy Girlfriend to happy wanderer, songwriter Colleen Power was given the chance of a lifetime to see new places and write new songs for a new TV show
By Russell Bowers
Over a career spanning three decades, most of Colleen Power’s songwriting has been personal with tunes inspired by

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With COVID restrictions lifting for many of our social gatherings, places like churches wonder, will people return? We go to the source to pose that very question
By: Russell Bowers
Over the last two years, the pandemic has disrupted daily lives and rituals that many never thought possible. Most have

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By: Russell Bowers
Unlike it’s December counterpart, the seasonal traditions of Easter aren’t nearly as universal as Christmas. The Herald celebrates some of the customs these Newfoundlanders hold dear
Easter has long had associations that fall outside of the religious observance, many of which hearken back to traditions and customs

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By Russell Bowers
While much has been written about the unsinkable Titanic, less is said about the object that eventually did sink the iconic ship on her maiden voyage
According to a report in a 2012 issue of Wired magazine, the only known photo of the iceberg that caused the

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By: Russell Bowers
A small coastal town in British Columbia suffered a powerful loss when The Titanic sank to the bottom of the sea, taking hopes and dreams with it
If anyone from this province happened to find themselves in the coastal city of Prince Rupert in British Columbia, they

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