It had been a crazy work week. Yes, we headed to the camper for some rest and relaxation, but is there really any of that when you are the only adult on the road trip?
Between grocery-getting and loading the car Tetris-style to make sure the youngsters and the
There we were, baking in record-breaking temps and then two days later snow was drifting over our Crocs and coating our pine-clad hills. Did we protest? Nope. Hide images of slush on our roads from mainlanders who already think we’re half-cracked? Nope.
Because having a snowstorm in the spring is
While we might think of Covid as something that keeps us separated, in some cases it brings family home at just the right time
It took two years, but my daughter finally had her confirmation. Who knew, when the process first began back in 2019, that COVID would dare
It’s hard to believe that I started writing for The Herald back in 2003. For the past 18 years, I’ve been telling the stories of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and sharing a scatter yarn about my own life along the way. While I was a freelance contributor those first few years,
When you learn to play accordion from ‘His Nibs, Harry Hibbs’ himself, you know your way around a jig or two. Meet Paul Hamilton
When The Herald spoke to Paul Hamilton it was a Saturday morning and there was a pot of jiggs bubbling on the stove. Company was
Life simply couldn’t be better for Eddie Sheerr, his wife Susan and two-year-old Emily, but things are about to get just a little sweeter and there’s so much to celebrate
When Emily was born on May 15, 2019, Eddie Sheerr and his wife Susan thought they had the world.
As I sat down to write this week’s column my daughter strolled in and sleepily sat by my side for a morning cuddle. “What are you doing?” she asked. “Writing,” I replied.
I didn’t have one word to show for my efforts, and she commented on the blank screen before
Celebrated artist Clifford George introduces his largest showing of work to date in one special, stylin’ way
Clifford George has the soul of a poet. A true artist, he sees beauty in all things, including this very writer.
When we arranged to meet to chat about his Solace in the
Mothers are magical, mythical creatures curing gaping, wildly bleeding wounds with butterfly kisses and bear hugs. When order cannot be restored with lightly laid on lips, a bandaid with winged ponies may steadily slow a tumbling trail of salty tears and bubbling blood.
Those fairytale-like mommy moments don’t always come
Sharon Snow is one of NTV’s most dynamic employees — a force in the boardroom and star in front of the camera.
It’s been almost three decades since she arrived at NTV – bringing talent, grace and enthusiasm to a career that continues to evolve.
Most know her as the