Published in the April 8-14,2018 issue
One of the problems with writing weekly as opposed to writing daily is that sometimes you get overtaken by events. It has happened to me dozens of times where I’d write some carefully thought out piece (more or less) about what may happen
Celebrating her 35th anniversary on NTV’s The Young and the Restless, The Newfoundland Herald caught up with actress Tracey Bregman for an exclusive interview on her childhood, her acting career, and her personal life
Currently on its 45th season, 1973 marks the release year for American soap opera The
Newfoundland country singer-songwriters Jason Benoit and Chris Ryan are set to compete in SiriusXM Top of the Country.
Nine artists were selected from applicants and invited to one of three studio sessions in Toronto, Halifax, and Vancouver. All registrants are set to receive travel grants and a professionally-recorded and mixed
Local singer-songwriter Meghan Waterman makes a bold first impression with her debut EP, 3AM Conversations
First impressions in music, much like in life, are crucial. You only get one chance to put that first foot forward and lay down a grand ‘this is me’ proclamation.
Three local students from Memorial University have been selected to represent Canada at the international Red Bull Can You Make it Competition.
Myranda Bursey, Laura Hillier and Cassidy Welsh are fourth-year biology students at Memorial University, who go by the team name Biohazards, and have been tasked as one of
Last week John Crosbie reflected on Confederation and his tumultuous relationship with this province’s first premier, Joey Smallwood. In part two, Crosbie gets personal, sharing everything from what he feels is the secret to his political success to his greatest longing …
John Crosbie has had quite the political