Those involved in the tourism industry in NL are almost too good to be true. Generous individuals who are both visionaries and traditionalists all rolled into one
This summer The Herald has had the pleasure of meeting some incredible individuals who do some amazing things as they welcome come from
Actor Steve Morgan says sometimes he has to pinch himself to make sure the life he’s been living is actually real.
“I am so grateful to be part of such an awesome show, Hudson & Rex, as a police officer since day one season one,” he said.
“The actors are
Father used to tell me school days are the best days of your life. Not so say I! My school experience obviously is from a different time. There was no Kindergarten or early childcare.
We were ripped away from mummies apron strings when we were seven years old. No play
Weary release their long awaited sophomore album Hush. Creative force Kate Lahey dives into the record’s heart in our latest album deep dive series
Newfoundland & Labrador’s Weary explores the sonic pangs of heartache through the atmospheric stylings of sophomore album, Hush. Complete with emotive, lingering guitars and swooning melodies
Canadian music legend Jim Cuddy reflects on the miles and music that leads Blue Rodeo back to St. John’s this September
Jim Cuddy has seen it all in a hall of fame worthy career atop the pantheon of Canadian songwriting royalty. What’s now foreign to the frontman of the legendary
The hit Broadway show Come From Away returns to NL to the delight of cast, crew & fans with a goal to rock ‘The Rock’ to its sentimental core
The Provincial Government delighted islanders when they announced they would be bringing Come From Away The Concert and the new musical
Meet Diesel, the pawsitively passionate doggie who plays Rex on the hit series Hudson & Rex as well as Diesel’s momma/trainer Sherri Davis who shares tips on helping families and their furry friends cope with back to school and the ‘ruff’ stuff like seperation
There’s little doubt Diesel, who plays
While being kind should be a given all year long, there’s really no better time to be reminded of that fact than now. Bullying has been an issue for much too long in our schools and while it seems most parents, teachers and kids are all trying their best to
*Originally published in our August 28-September 3, 2022 issue
I was down to Argentia last week. It’s completely different now and I had not been there since the naval base closed. In fact I have only been there a couple of times before.
Memory is a funny thing. When I
Those dedicated to the tourism industry in NL tirelessly showcase the best this province has to offer, and all are worthy of one enthusiastic standing ovation
The Newfoundland Herald has hit the road this summer and we’ve visited some incredible locations. From Salvage, Tickle Cove and Keels to Steady Brook,