Nellie P. Strowbridge is a respected Newfoundland author who has published many books – her most recent being The Hanged Woman’s Daughter
By Griffen Stuckless
A direct sequel to Catherine Snow, The Hanged Woman’s Daughter explores the life of Bridget Snow – daughter of Catherine Snow – after her
Yes, Officer — the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist and versatile artist of all sorts Jeremy Harnum — just may be the cathartic sonic pathway you need to delve down as the dog days of the pandemic wind on.
Autobiography of a Naysayer, Harnum’s third studio album under the Yes, Officer moniker,
Talented NL musicians took home Children’s Entertainer of the Year, Country Recording of the Year, Indigenous Artist of the Year and more from the 2021 ECMAs
After a final round of awards, the 2021 East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs) concluded on Sunday, June 13th, and six talented Newfoundland and
A decorated artist with MusicNL wins and nominations to her credit, Rosemary Lawton is no stranger to crafting an emotionally beautiful and soul-stirring tune.
Naturally, her latest studio effort Canvas was a perfect fit for our album deep dive series, one which sees the multi-versed musician peel back the layers
Through pandemics and personal hardships, Ken Tizzard emerges with an all-star collaboration that serves as a testament to his lifetime in music, All Together Now
Keep calm and carry on is a slogan that has been great to market for things like bumper stickers, cell phone cases, and Internet
A fixture of Newfoundland and Labrador’s media landscape, Jim Furlong reflects on his life in the industry in this candid one-on-one sitdown with The Herald
Jim Furlong eases back in his chair during a sitdown in his office on a predictably wet and grey weekday in St. John’s. “When
A tribute to the fascinating, spectacular life of media mogul Geoff Stirling and how his ‘golden’ touch revolutionized the nation’s media landscape
By: NTV’s Mark Dwyer
He was a titan of business, a visionary. Geoff Stirling was spiritual, mystical, a daring free spirit and, to many, a friend.
Written By: Scott Stirling
My Dad, Geoff Stirling, started The Newfoundland Herald in 1946 right after World War II, as a Sunday paper called The Sunday Herald. Joey Smallwood had just tried his own hand at publishing, but his political newspaper couldn’t make a go of it financially, so he sold
Traveling singer-songwriter Dave Whitty has adapted to pandemic-livin’ by launching his own podcast, The Dave Whitty Show
There’s this saying about best-laid plans. Interwoven with those adages of counting your chickens is the core idea that one doesn’t have a lens to the future, and nothing in life is guaranteed.
From Peterborough to St. John’s, Kelly McMichael battles the current of changing times and the ebb and flow of life in her long-awaited solo album, Waves
“I love variety,” shared Kelly McMichael, a multi-year, seasoned pro in the music business who is on the cusp of dropping her long-awaited
When you learn to play accordion from ‘His Nibs, Harry Hibbs’ himself, you know your way around a jig or two. Meet Paul Hamilton
When The Herald spoke to Paul Hamilton it was a Saturday morning and there was a pot of jiggs bubbling on the stove. Company was