Truth be told, for someone like me who thrives on lists and rankings, I have a difficult time with the concept of ‘best of’. Why? Subjectivity. Let me give you a good example.
A family member who shall remain nameless remarked when discussing the pizza he had sampled in Italy
In its fifth year of local forecasting and story sharing, Doyle’s 2020 Almanac of Newfoundland and Labrador hits shelves just in time for winter. Brrrrring it on!
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and their love of weather was part of the motivation behind the launch of Doyle’s Almanac five years ago.
Hey Rosetta! may be on a self-imposed hiatus, but that hasn’t stopped band members from continuing to pound the pavement and hone their craft.
Take frontman Tim Baker, for instance. The acclaimed singer-songwriter just announced a run of summer solo dates, including two intimate performances here in Newfoundland and Labrador.
With more fun than you can shake a stick at, and with prizes galore, the 2018 OZFM Summer Cruiser Team is getting ready to hit the road
What’s not to love about summer? With good weather (hopefully), amazing scenery as a backdrop (guaranteed), fabulous friends (ya knows), rockin’ tunes (without-a-doubt,
No stranger to Herald readers, John Sheehan is set to trek across the island with his Just Crazy Enough tour this April. The tour begins on April 5th in Carbonear and includes extensive stops in Bonavista, Clarenville, St. John’s, Corner Brook, Stephenville, Grand Falls and Gander.
Sheehan has been enjoying
Ever the activist, Amelia Curran lets art imitate lift with her captivating new album Watershed.
When you’re discussing Amelia Curran – artist, advocate, activist –resorting to tags, labels and titles may come as convenient, but it doesn’t quite do justice to a woman who has made it the better