Some of the best and brightest of Newfoundland’s art scene serve up a taste of Spring in the new Red Ochre Gallery exhibit, Splash.
Readers are rearing and ready for Spring after a cold and snowy winter. And while the changing of the season is officially here, we may
The late, great Gerald Squires is remembered fondly this time of year, for his unique, emotional and decidedly local take on the hallowed Stations of the Cross.
For Christians across the island of Newfoundland and Labrador and abroad, Easter is not about delicately adorned eggs, barrels of sweets or
Strangely enough Easter doesn’t jump up in our psyche and confront us the same way Christmas does. Christmas is a birthday. Easter is a crucifixion with death, and rebirth and speaks directly to the central theme of Christianity; redemption. That is what Christianity is all about; being saved; being redeemed.
Two Newfoundlanders have been named among 40 of Canada’s Outstanding Principals by the Learning Partnership. The Newfoundland Herald speaks with John Antle, principal of Exploits Valley Intermediate
The role of a principal has changed dramatically over the last decade or so, but there’s key elements that will never change