Change is something that’s been on my mind quite a lot these days. Personally, professionally, socially, economically, politically – all the lly’s.
On a personal note, by the end of this year I’ll be Mr. Collins proper, finally tying the knot with my best friend of over a decade –
Glass Tiger talk capping off their Canada-wide tour in Newfoundland
An unlikely pairing on paper, Canadian classic rock stalwarts Glass Tiger and country music superstar Johnny Reid are set to kick off an extensive two month trek across the nation, concluding with a pair of shows here in Newfoundland
NTV anchor and respected journalist Glen Carter has signed a publishing contract with local company Flanker Press for his third published work, Soldier Boy, currently scheduled to hit bookshelves in September of 2018.
Soldier Boy is described by Carter himself on Twitter as “a novel of reincarnation, redemption and revenge.”
Defending his Brier title in Regina, Saskatchewan, Brad Gushue has reached an unprecedented milestone, becoming the winningest skip in Brier history.
In the 6th draw of the Tim Horton’s Brier on March 5th, Gushue and Team Canada (which includes Geoff Walker, Brett Gallant and Mark Nichols) bested Northwest Territories 8-4,
Award-winning author and screenwriter Edward Riche unleashes hilarity with his latest published work
Renowned local author Edward Riche is the first to admit that we Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have had quite the go of it. It’s no deep-buried covert secret. From not so prosperous times, to the haves becoming
Bringing Ukrainian folk music to the island, The Kubasonics are the biggest and best kept secret in Newfoundland and Labrador’s music scene
To the uninitiated or woefully uninformed, Newfoundland and Labrador’s music culture is made up of nothing but jigs & reels, saltwater ditties and enough accordion to make