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16-year-old student entrepreneur Maggie Drover has founded a vegan-friendly product line of nail polishes, Newfoundlacquer
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Originally from Hodge’s Cove, a teenager currently residing in Paradise is putting her mark on the cosmetics industry by creating a vegan-friendly nail polish line, Newfoundlacquer.
Maggie Drover, a 16 year old entrepreneur and

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18-year-old Nick Bendzsa puts his best foot forward with the debut single of his project Dormitories, the infectious Play Doh
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Eclectic recording artist Nick Bendzsa, known by his stage name Dormitories, catches up with The Newfoundland Herald in the wake of the release of his infectious debut single, Play

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Former teacher turned acclaimed writer, Herbert F. Hopkins finishes his St. John’s trilogy
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Newfoundland and Labrador born author, Herbert F. Hopkins, will be celebrating the release of his third novel New Found Land on February the 4th. The launch party will take place at iconic The Ship Pub, located

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St. John’s native Nathan Noel continues his journey to NHL stardom
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We’re all well aware that there’s no shortage of hockey fans in Canada, and especially in Newfoundland and Labrador. Michael Ryder, Daniel Cleary, and Keith Brown were all born and raised on the Rock and played in the

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Quietly, Gander’s Sara Canning has had herself an amazing 2017. The 10 year professional actor, whose name should bounce rather effortlessly off the tongue of her fellow Newfoundlanders through high profile stints in Remedy, Hell on Wheels and The Vampire Diaries, found some of her greatest career successes over the

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With her debut album, Weary vocalist Kate Lahey aims to empower women and create an inclusive environment in an often male dominated industry
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Recently described as serving up her own ultra-modern, brooding spin on folk pop by The Overcast, this is exactly what Newfoundland and Labrador’s very own Weary

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Photographer and visual artist Kyle Callahan has made a name for himself with his eye-popping works and his unique and personal toy photography
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Chances are that if you’ve seen the work of photographer and visual artist Kyle Callahan, it made an immediate and lasting impression. A graduate of College

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By: Krystyn Decker
Celebrating it’s ninth year at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador is the annual SPARKS Literary Festival
The festival is unique to the city of St. John’s, and features an abundance of emerging and established writers from Newfoundland and all over the world, in a variety of

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