There is no shortage of majesty or artistic inspiration in Newfoundland and Labrador. A glimpse out the window of just about any corner of the island can act as a muse that would deflect any amount of writers block or creative fatigue.
Rich & Diverse
It should come as little
We Newfoundlanders know hard times more than most. Indeed, it seems to be the recurring groundhog day narrative that is being a Newfoundlander. We struggle, fall, rise and persevere, only to struggle again. Rinse, repeat, hope.
Strife & Struggle
We know plenty of strife and struggle and how to overcome, which
Q: You’re returning to St. John’s on October 19th with Fat Tony and Hua Li. Any impressions of Newfoundland and the east coast from previous visits?
I’ve been there a few times now. I really like it, it’s really beautiful. I feel like it’s one of the most underrated parts of
With Newfoundland connections sewn deep into their roots, platinum selling trio The Tenors return to Newfoundland with passion and creativity planned on Oct. 11
Music buffs will undoubtedly be familiar with classical pop trio The Tenors. It’s unlikely to have missed their meteoric rise, one complete with multiple Juno
Local filmmaker Deanne Foley doubles down at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival with a pair of high profile features
You don’t hear of this very often. A local filmmaker opening AND closing a festival. It’s rare, like unicorns and sasquatches, but when you’re good you’re good, and
Local culinary nutrition expert and holistic nutritional consultant Jessica Mitton gets creative with NL eats in Some Good: Nutritious Newfoundland Dishes
Have you ever found yourself dying for a plate for jiggs? Some toutons or maybe some of nans seafood chowder? Have you ever worried of the guilt of