John Crosbie has long been a force to be reckoned with. Besides his days in provincial politics where he served provincially as a cabinet minister under premiers Joey Smallwood (Liberal) and Frank Moores (Progressive Conservative), he also served in the federal cabinets of both Joe Clark and Brian Mulroney and
Prolific songwriter and local favourite Mark Bragg talks the release of his forthcoming studio album Winter in our latest Herald’s Q&A
Local legend around the music scene in Newfoundland and Labrador, Mark Bragg has dipped into the well of creativity with his latest effort Winter, an album which friend
Specializing in photographing newborn and baby milestones, Tracy Robbins has made an art-form out of capturing perfectly happy moments.
Tracy Robbins of St. John’s is making a living capturing the happiest moments imaginable. Specializing in newborns, baby milestones and maternity photos, Tracy Robbins has a growing client base and reputation
Rising local rockers Waterfront Fire peel back the curtain and give readers an inside look into their mind-bending sophomore album, Stillwater Lake
Few bands have made as strong a first impression as St. John’s based rockers Waterfont Fire did with their 2015 debut, First Light.
Described in their own
When he’s not out saving lives, Robert Conway escapes behind the lens of his camera, specializing in landscape and portrait photography
With a talented passion for landscape and portrait photography, Robert Conway lives for capturing life’s candid moments. From individual, couple or family portraiture, to the beautiful landscape of
Enigmatic Shanneyganock frontman Chris Andrews serves up rootsy folk in his sophomore solo outing, A Bit of Wear and Tear
It took 14 long years for Chris Andrews to follow-up his award-winning solo outing, By The Hush. Not that the stalwart of our traditional Newfoundland music scene was idle,