For Sofia Banzhaf, who has called many places home over the course of a life well travelled – the east coast holds a special magic. No more is that so than with Banzhaf’s ties to Newfoundland and Labrador, where she spent her formative adolescent years.“It was definitely my home for
With Newfoundland connections sewn deep into their roots, platinum selling trio The Tenors return to Newfoundland with passion and creativity planned on Oct. 11
Music buffs will undoubtedly be familiar with classical pop trio The Tenors. It’s unlikely to have missed their meteoric rise, one complete with multiple Juno
Local filmmaker Deanne Foley doubles down at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival with a pair of high profile features
You don’t hear of this very often. A local filmmaker opening AND closing a festival. It’s rare, like unicorns and sasquatches, but when you’re good you’re good, and
Local culinary nutrition expert and holistic nutritional consultant Jessica Mitton gets creative with NL eats in Some Good: Nutritious Newfoundland Dishes
Have you ever found yourself dying for a plate for jiggs? Some toutons or maybe some of nans seafood chowder? Have you ever worried of the guilt of
Driven singer-songwriter LeRiche reflects on the road that has led him to multiple MusicNL nominations and critical praise
To the untested ear and untrained eye, you’d be hard pressed to believe Brad LeRiche’s rise through the ranks of Newfoundland and Labrador’s music scene has been anything but meteoric.
Juno winners and multiple time MusicNL nominees capture magic once again with their new album The Superstar Sibling Detective Agency
What do you get when you combine two sweet as pie school teachers, the greatest beard in children’s entertainment, an armadillo, guitar playing octopus, cape wearing frog and a
Overcoming life-changing hurdles, MusicNL nominee Shanda Hopkins continues to chase down a dream on the heels of her debut album Rewind.
To say that Shanda Hopkins’ road to radio-play, awards nominations and critical and fan acclaim has been bumpy would be an epic undersell.
A gifted songwriter
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
Karen Silver entertains and educates with her Newfoundland centered children’s series, Come On We Goes
When avid writer and journalist Karen Silver decided to write a children’s book, she knew she wanted to do something different. Not the carbon copied, parodied Doctor Seuss knockoff or paint-by-numbers toddler 10 pager,
In an exclusive interview, Newfoundland’s own NHL veteran Ryane Clowe reflects on his playing career and coaching future ahead of the inaugural Growlers season
For kids growing up clearing snow off of ponds in rural Newfoundland, waking early for morning hockey practice, saving chore money to buy that perfect stick,