Punk rockers Brutal Youth return home for the first time in years for a pair of electric shows in St. John’s this summer. Da by’s catch up with The Herald for our latest Q&A
Six long years have passed since Newfoundland born punk rockers Brutal Youth have performed on
Gemma Hickey, founder of Pathways Foundation, talks giving a voice to the voiceless in our latest Q&A.
Where harm has occurred within religious institutions, Pathways aims to promote healing and prevent harm from reoccurring. Formed by survivor of clergy sexual abuse and inspiring trailblazer Gemma Hickey in the fall
Acclaimed author Elisabeth De Mariaffi thrills with the followup to The Devil You Know, Hysteria. We talk Newfoundland love and the art of tension in our Q&A
You’re married and living with notable local poet George Murray, although you’re originally from Ontario. How long have you lived in Newfoundland?
I’ve been here
In part two of our in-depth conversation with Joel Thomas Hynes, the prolific writer tackles success, celebrity and navigating the future
To say the past couple of years have been big for you would be underselling. The Governor’s General Award, NL Reads nomination, Winterset, etc. What does critical praise
Since moving to Toronto in 2011 to pursue a career in comedy, St. John’s native Ryan Dillon has become one of Canada’s most promising comics, banking numerous notable appearances. This April, Dillon returns home to record his debut comedy record, but not before catching up for our latest Q&A.
NL’s Jon Pike has emerged as one of Canada’s most promising pop prospects.
Fans of The Herald may know Jon Pike from his pop-rock duo Everglow. But the talented singer-songwriter has been making waves of a different kind, becoming one of Canada’s more promising musical prospects under the name BRDGS.
Prolific songwriter and local favourite Mark Bragg talks the release of his forthcoming studio album Winter in our latest Herald’s Q&A
Local legend around the music scene in Newfoundland and Labrador, Mark Bragg has dipped into the well of creativity with his latest effort Winter, an album which friend
Canadian rock legend Matthew Good kicks off his co-headlining tour with fellow chart toppers Our Lady Peace on March 1st in St. John’s. The Newfoundland Herald caught up with Good recently to discuss the historic pairing, touring for a cause, battling negative energies and more.
DC: It’s been quite