While the hit Broadway musical Come From Away put the hospitality of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians on the map, our distinctive dialect and our unique turn of phrase usage has long made us stand out in any crowd.
When the Toronto Maple Leafs headed to the island last month for their
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
Yoga instructor Maureen Dwyer embraces the fun side of fitness with her fun and popular classes
It’s been over four decades since Corey and Trina released their song “Cover of The Newfoundland Herald.”
In the same comedic style as the legendary Newfoundland musical icons, yoga instructor Maureen Dwyer
Diverse musician and composer Jeremy Rice steps outside of the box with his new and vibrant solo album
Musician, composer, producer and self-described obsessive creator Jeremy Rice is the type of artist that thrives through variety.
Upcoming Studio Album
A Ryerson graduate having worked on film composition for television,
Seamus O’Regan addresses party controversies, unity and door-to-door support ahead of October’s pivotal federal election
Seamus O’Regan knows the fight ahead of him. He’s not naive to the shifts in the at times turbulent political landscape. Much has happened in four years. 2015 marked the dawn of the red
A new documentary profiles the ingenuity and composure of air traffic controllers in Gander, Newfoundland in the wake of the tragedy of September 11th, 2001
The events of September 11th, 2001 have been well documented. We know the story, the sadness that unified nations and the aftermath that saw