The Coronavirus has proved it has not only the ability to spread rapidly around the world, but to also make this a world as we’ve never known it. Even SARS and the catastrophic and devastating events of 9/11 didn’t disrupt day to day public life to the extent COVID-19 has
Legendary musician, the Irish-born Chris Hennessy, talks roots, music, and overcoming his greatest battle ever
If you’ve never listened to Chris Hennessy’s album, Ballad of a Sad Cafe, treat yourself and have a listen. Or better yet? Visit O’Reilly’s when Hennessy is playing. His rendition of Her Father Didn’t
One group of MUN students are flying high with their life-saving project, HeartStarter
Hannah Blundon is in her fourth and final year at Memorial University, and the very busy business student has had some very productive years, including work she’s done on an incredible project called HeartStarter.
Avalon Voices, a ladies choir, prepares to bring music from ‘The Rock’ to the ‘Big Apple’
In celebration of ten years worth of performances, Conception Bay South ladies choir, Avalon Voices, is thinking big. Keri Kao, the group’s musical director, says the women are incredibly excited
Newfoundlanders Alex Newhook and Dawson Mercer teach the rest of the world Newfoundland slang in hilarious video making the rounds.
Bay Roberts native and World Junior Hockey Champion Dawson Mercer opens up on hockey, home, heroes and healing in our inspirational one-on-one
When The Herald spoke to home-grown
One west coast family embraces all Newfoundland and Labrador’s winter has to offer, heading to Marble Mountain every chance they get
Joy Drover, her husband Steve and their two kids, 14 year-old Will and 11 year-old Jack, spent a glorious day together at Marble Mountain, returning from the slopes shortly