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Trad favourite Matthew Byrne celebrates the release of his stirring new studio album Horizon Lines, as well as a coinciding cross-Canada tour
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Matthew Byrne is a rare talent amongst a province full to bursting with talented folk. A singing voice that would make a nun blush, compounded with a knack

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Actor Robert Joy returns to his roots, reuniting with Greg Malone and Andy Jones to take on the delectable role of Tartuffe, revealing the draw of this city while reflecting on the comedic ties that forever bind him to this place.
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Robert Joy casually slips into a chair in

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Author Trudy Morgan-Cole draws on her past to create her latest St. John’s love song
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St. John’s own award-winning writer Trudy Morgan-Cole will be releasing another works of historical fiction this fall, calling the locally based novel “a love song to my neighbourhood.”
The highly anticipated Most Anything You

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One of Canada’s most celebrated journalists and television personalities, Peter Mansbridge brings his coast-to-coast tour to St. John’s on October 21st 
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There are a few names that round out a shortlist of recognizable Canadians. Peter Mansbridge is among that conversation, a name synonymous with integrity, dedication and proud nationalism.

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Powerhouse metal four piece Category VI raise the stakes with their intense sophomore album War Is Hell
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If you’ve heard the name Category VI, you’ll be familiar with one of the island’s giants of heavy metal. Fronted by the fiery powerhouse vocal stylings of Amanda Gosse, anchored by longtime

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Hit-makers of the early millennium, Cory Tetford and Paul Lamb give the fans what they want, reuniting after 12 years as Crush.
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King For A Day. Bad Enough. Justified. Each of these were radio hits for Newfoundland rock duo Crush during the early to mid 2000s. Their potentially game-changing

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John Sheehan talks the fun release of a now classic bit that almost didn’t make it, travelling with the military and excitement over a future conversation with Jesse Stirling on faith.
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If you want a laugh, Google John Sheehan’s Mike bit. The premise is simple enough; a buddy heads

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Fan favourites of the blues-rock sub-genre, Canada’s own Big Sugar returns to the island in the wake of their most transformative period in decades.
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Blues rockers Big Sugar are a staple of any honest playlist that screams Canadiana, a tried, true and tested favourite of our true north strong

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Canadian country music star Dean Brody returns to St. John’s on September 22nd as part of the inaugural Iceberg Alley Performance Tent in Quidi Vidi
You’re no stranger to Newfoundland and Labrador. I believe you even performed a packed stadium show here during a blizzard.
I think we started one

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Ahead of the nation-wide release of her feature length debut Hunting Pignut, Martine Blue talks gutter punks, acceptance and the misfit in us all
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You’ve all likely seen a coming of age film, in some form or fashion. You know the shtick – some forlorn or frustrated adolescent goes

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When the planes struck the Twin Towers on 9/11 many lost faith, but for those like American Kevin Tuerff, who found themselves stranded in Gander, this was about to become an encounter with strangers they would never forget
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Kevin Tuerff believes in the power of pay it forward, and he

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