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Tireless, multi-talented musician Dave Whitty is hitting The Rockhouse for a sure-to-be unmatched night of music and fellowship for his annual Tibb’s Eve Celebration!
“We’re back for Tibbs Eve at The Rockhouse,” Whitty shared via social media. “A Christmas tradition now. Backing band featuring Nick Earle, Daniel George and Peter

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MusicNL nominated duo and longtime friends of The Herald, The Duds are set to ring in the holiday season with a series of festive singles. Full press release below:
The Duds are Melanie O’Brien and Philip Goodridge, two artists from St. John’s, Newfoundland who have been working together for the

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Newfoundland comedy and television legend Rick Mercer is set to host the return of the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour next year! Full press release from our friends at Just For Laughs below:
Just For Laughs is excited to announce the return of the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour!  Following

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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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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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Rising Tide’s Revue is back! If COVID couldn’t stop provincial and federal elections then it certainly can’t stop Revue. The old gang is all set. There’s no shortage of material with 2020 and most of 2021! Come out for a hilarious and safe experience
Formed in 1978, Rising Tide in

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East Coast based comedy troupe This Hour Has 22 Minutes, which continues to have deep roots to this province since its inception, continued with its 29th season last night, and a new duo at the anchor desk.
Stacey McGunnigle and Aba Amuquandoh join Newfoundlanders Mark Critch and Trent McClellan as

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The one and only Colleen Power is has dropped the last video from her collection Tales From Downtown West.
Power, an award-winning Newfoundland & Labrador based singer/songwriter Colleen Power has released the music video for ‘Broken Mirror’, hot on the heels of a  a 2021 MusicNL nomination for Folk/Roots

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The St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival returns with an inclusive and diverse lineup that greatly represents our impeccable local industry and beyond
Following a successful 2020 installment that saw the celebrated, three-decade-plus festival go virtual, the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival (SJIWFF) – Canada’s longest-running women’s film festival since

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Ringmaster and clown about town, Beni Malone is known for his entertaining antics, but with his daughter Anahareo Dölle at his side, the duo takes fun to fabulous

 
As Wonderbolt Productions prepare for their 4th annual St. John’s International CircusFest (SJICF) from Sept. 23-26, the excitement builds.

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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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