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The Once’s lead vocalist Geraldine Hollett reflects on the band’s much celebrated past, their amazing present, and their highly anticipated future
The band The Once, with Geraldine Hollett, Phil Churchill and Andrew Dale, have had quite a career. From their award-winning self-titled debut to 2011’s Row Upon Row of the

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Celebrated singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Brad Tuck returns with his new collection of home-cut tracks, Stages, in our latest album deep dive series
From Shanneyganock and Fairgale to the trappings of a successful solo career, Brad Tuck is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s most tireless artists.
Whether behind the drum kit

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Rising local artist and author Heather Nolan searches for answers of place and belonging in her collection of poetry Land of the Rock: Talamh and Carraig
What is place? And how do we find belonging in that place? 
Multi-talented artist Heather Nolan searches for meaning in Land of The Rock:

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As Theatre CBS in Conception Bay South prepared to proudly present The Hollow by Agatha Christie, theatre president Vicki Greenslade took a moment to chat
On June 2nd, 3rd and 4th at the All Saints Parish Hall in Foxtrap, Theatre CBS will ‘kill it’  – at least theatrically on the

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Photographer and photo book author Dennis Minty releases his new eBook Slow Photography, Images with Intent showcasing a collection of photos that take on a more philosophical approach
To belong to a place is a gift. I have been blessed with a profound and abiding sense of belonging to Newfoundland,”

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A ten day festival celebrating culture and community utilizing a creative blend of walks, culinary adventures and entertainment is kicking off in Norris Point
Marina Sexton loves to show off her hometown of Norris Point and Trails, Tales and Tunes, a ten day festival showcasing and highlighting the best the

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From the Emerald Isle to the rocky coastline of Newfoundland, the b’ys in the band Rugged Shores aim to entertain on their new album Wild River
Oh these rugged shores of ours. It doesn’t take a scholar or world traveler to understand the appreciation for our rarefied beauty here in

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Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, in their own words, reflect on 25 years of The Ennis Sisters, delving into early days, industry changes, life lessons and new material
From Ennis Road to venues across the globe, Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, lovingly known as The Ennis Sisters, have lived their

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From China to Newfoundland and Labrador, Jing Xia’s thirst for knowledge and mastery of the zheng continue to blossom in the wake of her debut album
She is perhaps one of the foremost masters of the zheng in North America. Jing Xia, born in Hunan, China, has been studying and

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One community leader connects with the past to help preserve the culture and traditions for future generations 
Badger’s Kellie Kerpan is the manager of culture and community outreach with Qalipu First Nation. When Kerpan spoke with The Herald, she was relaxing before things were about to get busy at Kilmory

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