Meet Clarenville’s Rory Balsom, The Herald’s voted-by-readers choice for Baby of the Year 2020!
Baby of the Year, Clarenville’s Rory Balsom, is a bundle of energy. Case in point? “He started walking at nine months old and he hasn’t stopped much since,” shares his proud mom Samantha.
Proud of his NL connection, Canadian producer/songwriter Rob Wells talks musical roots and interesting ‘Rex’ relations
Rob Wells can name drop with the best of ‘em, and rightly so. The fellow who has a star on Mississauga’s Music Walk of Fame has worked with everyone from Ariana Grande, Selena
The enchanting, inspirational works of Judy Stirling might not be on display at art galleries or found for sale at auctions, but to Stirling and her family, her one-of-a-kind creations are
There’s little doubt Judy Stirling is a creative person at heart. From crafting antique-lace accents for
The Newfoundland Herald, in connection with the Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador, challenged readers from grade 7-12 to send us their original ideas for our Christmas Story Contest! This year’s theme? Tell us Santa’s back story. We received dozens of inventive and original pieces, but only five could be
From immigrant to successful businessman turned self-published author Marin Darmonkow aims for the heart and the head with his wordless holiday book ‘Twas the Night
Marin Darmonkow pulls no punches in shedding detail on his rocky road through life. Nothing came easy, to put it modestly.
Orphaned at the
By: Nick Travis
It’s a time in NL’s past that marked a significant change; Confederation. Author Tom Moore approaches the topic through a unique lens in his latest release
Newfoundland-based author Thomas Moore, author of such books as Canadian bestseller Good-bye Momma, Angels Crying and Plains of Madness, is