A fixture of Newfoundland and Labrador’s media landscape, Jim Furlong reflects on his life in the industry in this candid one-on-one sitdown with The Herald
Jim Furlong eases back in his chair during a sitdown in his office on a predictably wet and grey weekday in St. John’s. “When
Traveling singer-songwriter Dave Whitty has adapted to pandemic-livin’ by launching his own podcast, The Dave Whitty Show
There’s this saying about best-laid plans. Interwoven with those adages of counting your chickens is the core idea that one doesn’t have a lens to the future, and nothing in life is guaranteed.
From Peterborough to St. John’s, Kelly McMichael battles the current of changing times and the ebb and flow of life in her long-awaited solo album, Waves
“I love variety,” shared Kelly McMichael, a multi-year, seasoned pro in the music business who is on the cusp of dropping her long-awaited
Some struggles go beyond the personal. Like the one to save the planet, for example.
For Shawn Bath, an unlikely environmentalist, his Clean Harbours Initiative across Newfoundland and Labrador has seen the commercial diver haul some 15,000 pounds of garbage from the depths of our island’s harborus. You’d think
Fresh off of closing out the long-awaited Snyder Cut of Justice League with a haunting rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, Corner Brook’s Allison Crowe has re-teamed with Hollywood A-lister Zack Snyder once again for his Netflix Zombie-thriller, Army of the Dead. And she’s not coming alone. Details below!
Female/non-binary comedy troupe Mom’s Girls talks inclusivity, chemistry, and the art of being a natural-born goofer in this candid Herald sit-down
Lord knows we’re all due for a laugh. That could be the epitaph of many a Newfoundlander and Labradorian, but in the pandemic era, that rule of thumb has
One of NL’s finest comedians is celebrating his JUNO nomination in style. Matt Wright is bringing his 2021 Juno nominated comedy album Existing is Exhausting to The Rock House in St. John’s on May 29th! More below!
St. John’s, NL based stand-up comedian Matt Wright
Navigating the fictitious forests of the literary world is no enviable task. Doing so alone is even more daunting. That was the case for enthusiastic first-time author Justin Hodder, who sought to give Newfoundlanders and Labradorians a new sort of adventure in his debut novel The Mists of Morne.
“It could always be worse,” says the kindly cashier at the corner store not a five-minute walk from my east end home.
Ain’t that the truth?
For context, this and many conversations across the island revolve around the current state of the world and Newfoundland and Labrador’s curious place in
Corner Brook’s Allison Crowe dives deep into her contribution to Zack Snyder’s Hollywood Blockbuster Justice League, a collaboration nearly 15 years in the making
Predestination is the idea that someone or something is destined to occur, guided to a particular place or purpose. Through hell or high water, written
Portuguese-Canadian singer-songwriter Nico Paulo dives into her intimate new EP and a newfound love of this province and its people
The COVID-19 pandemic has, and continues to, make for strange, metaphoric bedfellows.
Reflecting on the past year of largely lockdown-living and I’m sure the bulk of us can confidently
What do you do when the world seemingly stops spinning? You get to work. At least you do if you’re as prolific a singer-songwriter as David Picco.
Recorded during a three-month span in 2020, Picco’s sixth studio album Live It Down is a follow up to 2019’s acclaimed Out Of