Local author Darrell Duke asks if it’s better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all in his latest passion project, Swept Away
There’s so much about writer Darrell Duke to admire. He’s passionate about nature, for one thing, and his friendship with a beluga this
In this special commemorative edition of The Herald, we reflect 40 years after the tragedy of the Ocean Ranger with then rookie reporter, NTV’s Glen Carter. Carter, who is set to retire in March, 2022, looks back over his last four decades in television. Plus, Swept Away by Darrell Duke,
Darrell Duke’s friendly encounter with a beluga whale inspires the soul and stirs the heart, reminding us all that true bonds are possible no matter the species
Scrolling through Facebook can usually present opportunities for a few look-at-that pauses as posts by others capture our attention for
Few communities throughout this island are without the skeletal remains of a flat or a dory.
Wander a back cove or an abandoned home anywhere and you’re likely to see one left to return its once saltwater joys back into the earth if just left in peace
Pam Pardy speaks with local author and musician Darrell Duke about his new work, ‘The Garden Gate’
Darrell Duke grew up listening to family stories.
“In 1941, the first American survey plane landed in Argentia Harbour. My grandfather told me about it and wrote about it. As
When Darrell Duke penned the yarn, An Irish Tale of Leaving, he was inspired for very personal reasons
An excerpt from ‘An Irish Tale of Leaving’ penned by Darrell Duke:
My Grandfather, James Houlihan, was from the community of Argentia, once known as Little Placentia, located