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Filmmaker Martine Blue and husband Isaac, along with their fur-pal Finski, climb aboard a sailboat headed for adventure as they float along after Farley Mowat
It started with an email from friend and filmmaker Martine Blue. “Our new adventure show dropped on Bell Fibe TV1.  Floating After Farley is part

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She is one of Hollywood’s most celebrated character actors, with two Academy Awards and dozens of wins and nominations to her credit.
Now, with her turn in the true-crime series The Thing About Pam on NTV, The Newfoundland Herald looks back at the storied career of Hollywood A-lister Renée Zellweger.

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Rising trad trio and the all around impossibly entertaining Kitchinparti talk new album plans and a return to entertaining the hungry masses 
There’s nothing that can stop the power of music and a good ol’ fashioned party, not even a worldwide pandemic.
Timing, as they say, is everything. Until it

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The 34th annual ECMAs take place this May in Fredericton, with Newfoundland and Labrador earning over four dozen nominations!
Newfoundland and Labrador will be well represented at this year’s East Coast Music Awards. The province clocked in with a whopping 45 nominations, with Justin Fancy, Quote the Raven and Kelly McMichael

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O’Reilly’s Irish eyes are smiling even more brightly than the lights above the bar as Brenda O’Reilly opened up about the last 25 years and her love of all things Irish ahead of St. Patrick’s Day
She looks every bit the Irish maiden, and standing behind the bar she founded

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Celebrity and fashion photographer Lindsay Anne Delaney
is living her dream one photograph at a time
 
By: Jason Sheppard
 

Originally published January 30th, 2022

Lindsay Anne Delaney’s passion for photography has long been a part of her identity. In high school, she was that young woman

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Singer-songwriter Angie Coffey talks inspirations & navigating the pandemic with The Herald
Placentia, a town nestled in the rolling hills and curving coastline of the NL coast, is home to an abundance of archaeological sites, museums, and national historic sites. Castle Hill National Historic site is a link to British

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Darrin Martin of NorthSide Studios uses his craft for much more than just adding a little colour and a little beauty to this world we call home
Darrin Martin’s creative life as a painter began about  20 years ago. Diagnosed with conversion syndrome, a rare condition where the brain converts mental

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One of NL’s most celebrated celebrity chefs, Chef Todd Perrin, once again takes to “The Wall” to delightfully entertain and educate on Food Network’s Wall of Chefs
Chef Todd Perrin is well known in this province. As Executive Chef and Co-Owner of Mallard Cottage in Quidi Vidi Village, as well

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Two self-proclaimed ‘old geezers’ join forces with two members of Rum Ragged they helped inspire to celebrate the season in fine musical style 
 
Fergus O’Byrne and Jim Payne are legends in the traditional music world. O’Byrne even claims that he and Payne enjoy “bringing young people over to the

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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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