One St. John’s local is making her mark in the TV and film industry through her creative skills in make-up artistry
Feature by: Cameron Kilfoy
Behind the scenes of your favourite films are innovative minds who work to create an experience for you. Whether it be turning someone into an
On the 20th anniversary of the tragic 9/11 crash, a Canadian Red Cross volunteer reflects on her time helping the stranded passengers
by Kyle Curtis
The events on 9/11 forced 38 planes carrying 6,700 passengers to land at Gander International Airport. Residents of Gander were able to
The Herald’s Letter’s series puts your thoughts on paper. To submit your own letter to the editor, check out the submission details below
The Justin Trudeau Federal Liberals are determined to call an early election in the late summer, September 20th of this year! But
Maka Binimelis has a challenging job at Stirling Communications. As Software Developer for NTV, OZFM and The Newfoundland Herald, she has her hands full. Still, for the second year in a row, Binimelis is giving back to those in need. “This August, I am taking part – once
2021 marks the 75th anniversary of The Newfoundland Herald. In commemoration of our rich history, we delight in giving readers a glimpse through our past
Much has changed in the 75 years this publication has existed. The modes and method of print media, and indeed the very
Newfoundland author Mike Martin revisits the creative process and early beginnings behind his book series
By Cameron Kilfoy
“I loved books; that’s where it started for me,” shared Mike Martin, Newfoundland native and author of book series Sgt. Windflower Mysteries. “I always felt an urge to write.
In part three of our series with Michael T. Wall, the legendary entertainer defies father time
by Nick Travis
Newfoundland-born country singer Michael T. Wall has been many places, met many people and achieved a lot in his day. He’s rubbed shoulders with names like Johnny Cash,
From the U.S.S.R to Australia & Israel Michael T. Wall has spread his music worldwide
By Nick Travis
Newfoundland country singer-songwriter Michael T. Wall has seen and done more than your average man, to say the least.
From touring Australia to singing his Newfoundland-centric style of music in the
Look no further for your summer thriller. Emily Hepditch’s second novel Alone on the Trail is one tremendously riveting page-turner
By Jason Sheppard
At just 23-years-old, Emily Hepditch has not one but two chart-topping titles flying off bookshelves across the province.
THE INNER VOICE
Her newest title, Alone on
Katelyn Mayo and Greg O’Grady co-host the Some Stutter, Luh! podcast
By Griffen Stuckless
Growing up with Tourette’s syndrome, a huge fear of mine was somebody noticing my tics despite my best interests to try cover them up.
Rubbing my hands over my face as if I was tired to cover up