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Ray Johnson of Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers fame, shares how continuing the musical traditions is what keeps him musically motivated
Sitting in a room above Route 66 Diner & Pub, one can feel the pressure – and the pleasure – music can bring to life. As accordions play,

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From adventures with sea glass and a sail on the sea, to fine ol’ scoffs and a few scuff worthy jigs, a jaunt ‘round Trinity Bay is good for the soul
Route 66 Diner & pub
Pauline Yetman can bring the energy level up multiple notches with just a smile. Her

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Christina Dove of the Newfoundland Chocolate Company shares how the family’s passion for sweets came from ‘Poppy’, and how giving back is where it’s at
One visit to the Newfoundland Chocolate Company’s Torbay Road location  – which also just happens to be a café and chocolate factory besides hosting a

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By Josh Hodder
Glamping is a new fad sweeping the globe for outdoor enthusiasts that want a little bit extra, one that is taking over the province of Newfoundland and Labrador
Travel restrictions in Newfoundland have prevented people from vacationing. Some have looked to vacation from home in the form

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A visit to a quaint beach hut called A Little Cup of Sea in Colliers soothes the soul and calms the mind
The day was dreary, but the sight was delightful: an adorable beach hut tucked away on the edge of the ocean. We had arrived at A Little Cup

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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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One local woman proves that when the weather in Newfoundland and Labrador is at its worst, you can still look your very best 
The brand is recognizable for its colour and style and the name itself is unforgettably adorable: Mernini. 
It has to be asked, where did the name come

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t’s a task of many years writing for The Herald. I am trying to find an answer to a question. Last week I was looking back through my archives and noticed what are “recurring themes.”
One of those themes that’s ongoing is the idea of our conservation of ANYTHING. 
We

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By: Russell Bowers
It’s one of the few flat-iron style buildings in the world and yet, there it sits, unused, on the corner of Duckworth and New Gower streets in downtown St. John’s
The place known as the Majestic Theatre was built in 1919 and found prominence as a political

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Doug and Melisa Jones, operators of Flip Side Music + More and Record Fair NL, dive-in to their longtime passion & love of vinyl
Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It has the innate ability to transport through time and space and to conjure up feelings we scarcely recall we had

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