Basketball star and cornerstone of the St. John’s Edge, Carl English will be releasing his memoir in St. John’s just in time for Christmas.
The official launch of Chasing a Dream: The Carl English Story, by Carl English and Blake Murphy, takes place at Chapters St. John’s on Wednesday, December
In its fifth year of local forecasting and story sharing, Doyle’s 2020 Almanac of Newfoundland and Labrador hits shelves just in time for winter. Brrrrring it on!
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and their love of weather was part of the motivation behind the launch of Doyle’s Almanac five years ago.
Teacher, author and adventurer, Bauline native Justin Barbour talks navigating NL’s ruggedness with his loving canine companion, Saku the Cape Shore water dog
What do you need when you venture out into the rugged wilderness of Newfoundland and Labrador? Good footwear, surely. Provisions to keep ya’ from starvin’ sure!
Award-winning author Michael Crummey tackles isolation and the ruggedness of our island in his Giller Prize short-listed new work, ‘The Innocents’
Hot on the heels of a Giller Prize short-listing for his gripping and emotional new novel The Innocents, acclaimed local author Michael Crummey dives into Newfoundland’s beauty and
By: Nick Travis
Operation Vanished explores Newfoundland in a time not so long ago, when things were very different.
Helen Escott knows crime. In 1998, she became the founding member and Senior Communications Strategist of the Newfoundland and Labrador RCMP’s Media Relations and Communications Unit – a position she
By: Nick Travis
Corner Brook-based teacher and author Floyd Spracklin’s new book, Shellbird, will take audiences on a treasure hunt right in our own back yard
In the middle of the Humber River near Corner Brook is a small, unassuming island named Shellbird. Anyone familiar with the folklore, however,
Flying Ace, the newest adventure of Errol the Mouse, is the backdrop of the adorable children’s series by writer Sheilah Lukins that inspires the kid in us all
Even the smallest creatures can find themselves on the biggest adventures. That is the backdrop of Flying Ace: Errol’s Gander Adventure,
From funeral home thoughts to this province’s wild and woolly weather, Grandpa Pike shares all in this delightful follow up to his first book, Grandpa Pike’s Outhouse
Well, once you start talking “Number Two” with Grandpa Pike anything can, and will, come up. He laughs. “Well, Number Two. Nice, right?