Greg Malone and Andy Jones rambled around the staged room – old-timey sofa sets and carefully placed urns standing stoicly on a mantle – as they rehearse for RCA Theatre Company’s upcoming premiere of Men of Misfortune. Looking good, b’ys. “Been rehearsing long?” we ask, peeking in through the door
Dale Jarvis is the go-to guy for Newfoundland and Labrador folklore. The Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer for the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador is also a storyteller, tour guide, entrepreneur and more.
Haunted Hike Returns
He has appeared on the paranormal television show Creepy Canada, detailing stories of
Local folk trio The Once are hitting the road again this month, as the band embarks on province-wide Arts and Culture Centre tour. Their provincial tour is swiftly followed by a cross-country Canadian tour, creating a jam-packed autumn for the band.
By some small miracle, all three members of The
It’s impressive, perhaps even incredible, what Eddie Sheerr has accomplished in just five short years – both personally and professionally. One of the province’s most identifiable faces, he’s endeared himself to an entire province and – with his aw-shucks charm – has been adopted and embraced as one of our own.
We Newfoundlanders know hard times more than most. Indeed, it seems to be the recurring groundhog day narrative that is being a Newfoundlander. We struggle, fall, rise and persevere, only to struggle again. Rinse, repeat, hope.
Strife & Struggle
We know plenty of strife and struggle and how to overcome, which