I am far from a prime example of Earthly perfection – if such a thing even exists – but I do try to be kind.
“If I can’t help, I won’t hurt,” is a long-held personal philosophy of mine, so is “kill them with kindness.”
With few exceptions, a dispute
The Herald talks with Rick Mercer about Talking to Canadians, plus all kinds of other grand yarn topics that come up while shooting the breeze in a shed
Having a gab with Rick Mercer while he’s hove off in his shed at home in Newfoundland is like talking with an ol’ buddy from
Eddie & Susan Sheerr share what life’s like once the very popular and beloved NTV weather-go-to-guy is off air and heads home to family
NTV’s Chief Meteorologist Eddie Sheerr was visiting family in the states, there to celebrate American Thanksgiving, when we spoke via Skype for The Herald’s cover
Mary Walsh and Dave Sullivan join forces to weave the fabulous yarn of Sullivan’s adorably odd relationship with an honest-to-goodness actual Missus Downstairs
The Missus Downstairs is about an oddball friendship that grew between comedian/actor Dave Sullivan and his nosy – yet also preciously lovable and naturally comedic –
O Holy Night is one spectacular show put off by one phenomenal woman who sparkles – not only on the outside in fabulously delightful gowns – but on the inside too
Spend any time with the divine Shelley Neville and you can’t help but be swept up in an
Sean Skiffington and Matthew Dominic make up Down from Dublin and they are really getting into the Christmas spirit this year. With free-admission shows, like the one being hosted by The Hearld’s Pam Pardy at Shamrock City in Goulds on December 18th.
Dominic says this is an exciting time of
Experimental jazz-rock three-piece Big Space go big on improv and zig-zagging through sonic highways on their latest studio album, In Relation To
There’s no music as fluid yet chaotic as jazz. Madness meets magnificence, the calamity of sound and improvisation that results in pure artistry, jazz is near-impossible to replicate from
Rising singer-songwriter Jayne Batstone stakes her claim as a must-watch musical prospect, breaking down her latest EP Line Art in our album deep dive series
Rising singer-songwriter Jayne Batstone continues to impress both curious music observers, critics and newcomers alike with her latest EP Line Art.
Born and raised in St.
The late, great Johnny Fisher passed away on December 2, 2020. One year later, and his bandmates in heavy outfit Last Soul Down honoured his memory with a touching message, and the release of a new album of material, In Hindsight. Full statement below!
“Today is the anniversary of
The giant squid has quite an interesting history in
Newfoundland and it’s celebrated at The Rooms
Newfoundland’s history with Giant Squid is etched in many minds throughout the province, especially when visiting The Rooms in St. John’s.
The one on display was caught by fishermen in Hare Bay 40
Two self-proclaimed ‘old geezers’ join forces with two members of Rum Ragged they helped inspire to celebrate the season in fine musical style
Fergus O’Byrne and Jim Payne are legends in the traditional music world. O’Byrne even claims that he and Payne enjoy “bringing young people over to the