Comedian Tina Randell hits the road, taking her chain-smokin’ foolishness up-along to Alberta, perfect for what ails home-sick Newfoundlanders who’d love to ‘be drove’ as much as the rest of us
The Port Rexton born comedian is drove. “Enough to smack da mouth of ya,” Tina Randell opens
It’s been nine years since multi-time Juno winning indie rockers Metric have graced Newfoundland and Labrador with their trippy, infectious and always irresistible brand of music. It was the Spring of 2010. Juno time in fact, the last time that St. John’s has hosted the biggest awards event in Canada.
By: Nick Travis
Downtown exploits, heartbreak and hangovers is the subject of a local singer-songwriter’s newest single
Nineteen-year-old Tyler Humber recently released a single called Victim of Last Night, in which he recounts more than a few drunken misadventures. The Herald met him at Bridie Molloy’s to talk about