You can’t keep Newfoundlanders and Labradorians down.
Days removed from the impact of Hurricane Larry – one which saw the structure for the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent in Quidi Vidi decimated, the show will indeed go on!
“Thanks to the efforts of the City of St. John’s and St. John’s
Dillon Collins chats with The Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Robertson on their return to the stage and breaking into the American market
Founding member of the hall of fame Canadian rockers Barenaked Ladies, Ed Robertson is no stranger to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Returning with the band who has produced
Stay tuned to The Newfoundland Herald as former staff writer, ongoing freelance contributor and lover of all things Newfoundland, Wendy Rose, covers festival
Hello again, Herald readers!
Longtime readers may remember my red-headed self from my years at The Herald as a staff writer! Some of you
The multi-talented Alan Doyle talks light at the end of the pandemic tunnel and a return to the stage at the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent this September
What does a traveller do when travel is impossible? You adapt.
That was the case for the worldly wonder that
Hosted by The Herald’s Pam Pardy, it’s a kitchen party to remember in a year few can forget
The b’ys from Down From Dublin are excited, and few could blame them. As we fool around on the sand at Murray’s Beach in the Murray Premises as we take
Newfoundland and Labrador serves as the backdrop for this summer’s latest spooky television thriller, the locally shot SurrealEstate
Newfoundland and Labrador has its fair share of the paranormal, making it the perfect backdrop for summer sci-fi/ghostly series SurrealEstate.
The series – which kicked off this July on SYFY
The George Street Association has announced Arkells have been added to the closing night line-up of the 36th Annual George Street Festival, 2021.
On Wednesday, September 1st, multiple Juno award-winning rock band, Arkells will close George Street Festival with special guest, Haviah Mighty. Tickets
Meet the Raiders of Avalon, a spirited pirate crew and provincial treasure you don’t need to dig too far to find
Rod Hand’s pirate transformation began with an interest in buried treasure. Hand, who also goes by his pirate name Captain Flint Locke, explained how hunting treasure
Actor John Reardon and side-kick Diesel are ready to take a bite out of crime on Hudson & Rex, but when The Herald visits, it’s playtime!
The crew of Hudson & Rex can be found out and about almost anywhere in this fine province of Newfoundland.
Newfoundland author Mike Martin revisits the creative process and early beginnings behind his book series
By Cameron Kilfoy
“I loved books; that’s where it started for me,” shared Mike Martin, Newfoundland native and author of book series Sgt. Windflower Mysteries. “I always felt an urge to write.
In part two, Haywire’s frontman Paul MacAusland gets introduced to the daughter he never knew he had as he settled into his new – and improved – rockstar life on ‘the rock’
Paul MacAusland had just been told by his former Newfoundland sweetheart that he was the father of