I’m not much of a fan of incorporating too much of my personal life in my work. Part preservation of privacy and part the general idea that my home and away life isn’t interesting enough to jump off the page, I’ve tended to, and will in future, avoid peeling too
Accomplished singer-songwriter Dave Whitty discusses his new release Talkin’ Back Fool, crafting a more relatable album and capturing his trademark sound
Instead of aiming to be the next Paul McCartney, St. John’s singer-songwriter Dave Whitty is more than happy to be the first Dave Whitty.
“It’s one of the
St. John’s based metallers Deadgaard may be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their seminal album The Forging (back when they were known as Weapon) this weekend, but they have raised the stakes even higher today with the announcement of an Atlantic Canadian tour and split album with Dartmouth’s thrashers
From competing on Spring Baking Championship to bucking stigmas of men in the kitchen, Aaron McInnis is serving up sweets fit for royalty
For Aaron McInnis, a self-taught baker and specialty cake designer who has made waves as the first Canadian to ever compete on the internationally televised Spring
Acclaimed author Elisabeth De Mariaffi thrills with the followup to The Devil You Know, Hysteria. We talk Newfoundland love and the art of tension in our Q&A
You’re married and living with notable local poet George Murray, although you’re originally from Ontario. How long have you lived in Newfoundland?
I’ve been here