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Celebrating 30 years as a Newfoundland folk trio, The Sharecroppers return at the Trails, Tales and Tunes Festival in Gros Morne this May
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Three decades into their careers as ambassadors for Newfoundland and Labrador’s culture and music, The Sharecroppers have much to celebrate. 
The three-piece of Ed Humber, Guy

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NL moms used the power of togetherness to share all the firsts of that special year one of motherhood to make it the best it could possibly be for both baby and momma
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Stefanie Knight, Nicole Boland, Cagney Hughes, and Laura Benson all have one thing in common; they

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The Newfoundland Herald talks with Jamie McCabe, owner and operator of Clay Cafe, about creating the perfect keepsake as Mother’s Day approaches
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“It’s not about creating the perfect piece, it’s about creating the perfect memory,” Jamie McCabe was sure to emphasize when asked about her business motto. Located in

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The Herald talks with five female corrections personnel across Newfoundland and Labrador in a revealing look at the unsung heroes of law enforcement
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Everyone thinks their job is the toughest, most demanding, tedious and labour intensive on earth. That’s part of our makeup. It doesn’t matter if you’re a

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Toni-Marie Wiseman and her daughter Grace celebrate Mother’s Day in their own mommy and me way; spending special, creative time together 
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Toni-Marie Wiseman and her daughter, seven-year old Grace, focus on each other’s projects for a moment as they take a break from their own creations. 
“That’s really pretty,

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Newfoundland’s own Kellie Loder has been selected as one of six artists for the RBC Master in Residence Program.
Loder was chosen alongside  Edmonton jazz-pop vocalist Abon, Burlington, Ontario indie-rock band Oh Geronimo, Whitehorse rockers Speed Control, Toronto neo-folk artist Skye Wallace, and Toronto electro-R&B act Erez Zobary.
Loder and the fellow participants will

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St. Lunaire-Griquet native, Tony Bussey, is half the man he used to be – literally – after dropping 330 pounds. He now has a new lease on life
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One St. Lunaire-Griquet native has garnered national attention after losing more than half of his body weight when he took up

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The chameleons of Newfoundland rock, Sea Dogs bend boundaries and blow minds with their highly anticipated sophomore record, Mt. Scio
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There are folk bands, rock bands, metal bands, punk bands, garage bands and those – bless their hearts – who should perform to an audience of none. 
Well, for

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