The newsman and author shares his thoughts on his new book, Soldier Boy, plus offers a glimpse into what life is like when the interview tables are turned
Many know Glen Carter from the anchor desk at NTV News, but there’s much more to the man with the soothing,
Award-winning singer-songwriter Donovan Woods talks Atlantic love, Nashville and the Canadian songbook in an in-depth Q&A before he hits St. John’s
From Sarnia, Ontario to Nashville, Tennessee and everywhere in between, Donovan Woods is one of the more accomplished and in demand singer-songwriters in the market today.
Fresh off the release
Q: You’re returning to St. John’s on October 19th with Fat Tony and Hua Li. Any impressions of Newfoundland and the east coast from previous visits?
I’ve been there a few times now. I really like it, it’s really beautiful. I feel like it’s one of the most underrated parts of
The east coast rocker talks cathartic songwriting, freedom of the stage and Newfoundland love in a candid interview.
No stranger to long serving music fans here in Newfoundland and Labrador, Dartmouth’s Juno winner Matt Mays makes it a priority to treat his dedicated island fan base to generous helpings
Toronto’s lords of hardcore punk Cancer Bats make their long-awaited return to St. John’s, and are ready to annihilate with reckless abandon on September 22nd
It’s been five long years since Toronto’s Cancer Bats have blitzkrieged St. John’s with their trademarked blend of crushing hardcore punk with sludgy undertones.
By: Jason Sheppard
Internationally renowned photographer Nick Wall shares details on his passion and process.
You could say that international photographer Nick Wall has quite the eye. During his distinguished career as a celebrity portrait photographer, Wall has also become one of the entertainment industry’s most talented behind-the-scenes stills photographers.
By: Danette Dooley
Author, professor and historian, Gerhard Bassler aims to show Newfoundlanders and Labradorians a forgotten, but significant part of their history with his new works.
People who bought Gerhard Bassler’s book Escape Hatch will want to pick up his latest release Develop or Perish (Flanker Press 2017).
Canadian rockers I Mother Earth return to headline the final night of the 34th annual George Street Festival alongside Finger Eleven – performing in Newfoundland for the first time with newly returned frontman Edwin.
Discussing the long-awaited reunion and tour in support of their iconic album Scenery and Fish, founding
Emotional and harmonic, New Brunswick’s The Olympic Symphonium talk mixing voices and crafting music that matters in our latest Q&A
The Olympic Symphonium out of New Brunswick are one of Canada’s best kept secrets, but undeniably a group of artists that demand attention. The foursome of Kyle Cunjak, Dennis
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