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Bringing Ukrainian folk music to the island, The Kubasonics are the biggest and best kept secret in Newfoundland and Labrador’s music scene
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To the uninitiated or woefully uninformed, Newfoundland and Labrador’s music culture is made up of nothing but jigs & reels, saltwater ditties and enough accordion to make

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Dedicated family man and local singer-songwriter Des Gambin releases his new album, Drive
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Originally from Jerseyside, Placentia, loving husband and father of two, Des Gambin, is making a name for himself in the music scene of Newfoundland and Labrador. With the release of his 13-track album Drive, just prior

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One of the most haunted places in North America, Newfoundland and Labrador has many stories to share
 
My grandparents live in Cook’s Harbour, a small fishing community on the Great Northern Peninsula. As a young child, I spent some time up there. Their house was located right by the

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The annual RPM Challenge has produced hundreds of albums, with musicians tasked with creating an original recording through the month of February
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What does February mean for you? Crappy weather? Valentines cards for tiny tots and Walmart chocolates for your significant other? For many artists abroad, and here in

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Educator turned author Patrick J. Collins seamlessly weaves fact and fiction, becoming one of our island’s most prolific authors of historical fiction
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Riverhead, Harbour Grace’s Patrick J. Collins has always harboured a deep curiosity, particularly when it comes to his home-region.
A retired educator who taught across the island,

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Newfoundlander Keith Muise spreads awareness, creativity, happiness and smiles in a campaign to promote positivity
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It’s not every day that you come across genuine people putting in hard work with no expectations of anything in return. This is the case, however, for Newfoundland born and raised Keith Muise.
Awareness &

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NTV’s west coast correspondent updates readers on the state of the area in the aftermath of heavy downpours which led to a state of emergency
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The cleanup continues on the west coast of Newfoundland as people are seeing the full affects of the aftermath from heavy downpours and fast-melting

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