From traditional Irish favourites to classic country, the energetic folk behind Mainland Kitchen Band bring joy to anyone tuned into the tunes on Saturday nights
Looking for something to do on a Saturday night? Why not pop into the online ‘COVID Cave’ with the Mainland Kitchen Band (MKB) crew.
Navigating the fictitious forests of the literary world is no enviable task. Doing so alone is even more daunting. That was the case for enthusiastic first-time author Justin Hodder, who sought to give Newfoundlanders and Labradorians a new sort of adventure in his debut novel The Mists of Morne.
“It could always be worse,” says the kindly cashier at the corner store not a five-minute walk from my east end home.
Ain’t that the truth?
For context, this and many conversations across the island revolve around the current state of the world and Newfoundland and Labrador’s curious place in
Actor, comedian, philanthropist, husband, father: Shaun Majumder gets real on living life and raising his daughter back ‘ome in Newfoundland
Shaun Majumder is not only proud of where he comes from, but he makes a point to ensure his daughter, Mattis Maple, along with his wife, Shelby Fenner, get
Many years ago, I met Prince Philip. He was a nice guy. The Queen and the Prince were on a Canadian tour in 1978. Mother of God that is over 40 years ago!
Newfoundland was the first stop, and it turns out that on a royal tour’s first stop Her
Talented Newfoundlander Elaine Cook takes up line dancing as a hobby and finds herself nominated for two dances at the universal weekend event, the Crystal Boot Awards
Typically when you hear the term “line dancing” you associate it with country music, and while country-and-western line dancing has been an
By: Michael Chubbs
As The Herald’s newest intern, I’d like to introduce myself by sharing what I’ve been doing around here for the last week or so.
So, what did my first few days look like? Running coffees and copying papers? Not exactly.
“Hi, Michael, I’m just grabbing the Premier
By. Michael Chubbs
From long elections to life in Labrador, The Herald goes one-on-one with this province’s 14th premier
The longest election in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador has finally come to a close and the Premier has sworn in his new cabinet.
As the dust following a
17 year-old Darcy Scott joins forces with some of the best in the business to deliver one very important message
Musician Darcy Scott, a grade 12 student at Queen Elizabeth High School in Foxtrap, is filled with gratitude.
“It’s great to have so much support,” Scott opened as we
I insisted my daughter go shopping the other day. Like two generations of women before her, she’s become one of the “blister sisters,” and walks about 10k a day. She desperately needed new sneakers.
As a 51 year-old with hip and back issues in part perhaps from not heeding my
I rolled up my sleeve for my COVID-19 vaccination shot last week. It was great. At half past two on a rainy afternoon I walked into the Health Sciences Complex and down the corridor to COVID registration. There was no line-up.
In the clinic itself there were five vaccination stations
One family uses a forced shut-down during the pandemic as an opportunity to inspire others
Vaughn Rowsell grew up in the entertainment business. His father, the legendary performer Bobby Evans, taught Rowsell the value of entertaining the masses from an early age, so he’s used to celebrating the sweeter