MusicNL hands out the hardware this January, saluting the sounds that make up our provincial soundtrack at their annual awards showcase in St. John’s
It’s that time of year again, time to honour the very best music in Newfoundland and Labrador, the songs and sounds that make up the very
Activist turned author, Gemma Hickey shares their cathartic walk for cause and clarity in their riveting and profound new memoir Almost Feral
Longtime readers of The Newfoundland Herald are well acquainted with Gemma Hickey. The tireless activist and advocate for LGBTQ rights has been making headlines and enacting positive
Renowned actor, author and stand up comedian Jim Gaffigan brings his relatable observations and self-deprecating humour to St. John’s on The Pale Tourist Tour
A veteran of the stage and screen for over three decades, beloved comedian Jim Gaffigan brings his real life observations and, oftentimes, hilarious self-depreciating insights
From immigrant to successful businessman turned self-published author Marin Darmonkow aims for the heart and the head with his wordless holiday book ‘Twas the Night
Marin Darmonkow pulls no punches in shedding detail on his rocky road through life. Nothing came easy, to put it modestly.
Orphaned at the
Childhood friends turned musical collaborators, Chain of Lynx defy distance to release their debut album, with proceeds benefiting a cause near and dear to many
Neil Clarke and Matthew Dicks have been friends since the seventh grade. They both discovered a love for music at roughly the same time.
Diverse multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and instructor, Wade Tarling puts his own unique spin on holiday classics on his latest solo piano effort, Winter Songs
Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, music teacher and all around good guy, Wade Tarling is the latest Newfoundland and Labrador based artist to lend his touch to some Christmas
Newfoundlanders Alisa Cutler, Heather Unsworth and competitor turned national coach Rob King talk the benefits of powerlifting on the mind, body and soul
Is it wrong to be strong? The short answer, no. There’s benefits to the ever growing world of powerlifting and strength training outside of the muscles and