By: Jason Sheppard
They’re a bit punk, highly captivating and they have a tremendous amount of heart.
Nancy Doll and Leon House have only known each other for less than six months but together they have developed a friendship based on a number of interests; a love of artistic
The family of Newfoundland music icon Harry Hibbs carries on with a long-standing campaign to see ‘Uncle’ Harry inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame
There are few Newfoundland music icons quite like Harry Hibbs. The Bell Island native, who became a household name through his massive record sales and
Legendary musician, the Irish-born Chris Hennessy, talks roots, music, and overcoming his greatest battle ever
If you’ve never listened to Chris Hennessy’s album, Ballad of a Sad Cafe, treat yourself and have a listen. Or better yet? Visit O’Reilly’s when Hennessy is playing. His rendition of Her Father Didn’t
One group of MUN students are flying high with their life-saving project, HeartStarter
Hannah Blundon is in her fourth and final year at Memorial University, and the very busy business student has had some very productive years, including work she’s done on an incredible project called HeartStarter.
Deftly defying their namesake, The Duds’ Phil Goodridge and Melanie O’Brien talk influences and inspirations behind the debut album These Words I Can’t Forget
Diverse and dynamic the duo of Phil Goodridge and Melanie O’Brien, affectionately known as The Duds, have been performing and collaborating for nearly a decade