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By: Russell Bowers
It’s one of the few flat-iron style buildings in the world and yet, there it sits, unused, on the corner of Duckworth and New Gower streets in downtown St. John’s
The place known as the Majestic Theatre was built in 1919 and found prominence as a political

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O’Reilly’s Irish eyes are smiling even more brightly than the lights above the bar as Brenda O’Reilly opened up about the last 25 years and her love of all things Irish ahead of St. Patrick’s Day
She looks every bit the Irish maiden, and standing behind the bar she founded

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Don’t dare tell Alan Doyle he can’t, because he most certainly will! The musical Tell Tale
Harbour, based on the screenplay The Grand Seduction finds one of NL’s own not only co-writing the musical but starring in the lead role this summer in P.E.I.
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The Confederation Centre of the

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Séan McCann the Shantyman of Great Big Sea fame, has gone on to some great things as a solo artist – from author to philanthropist – but finding his way back to the Shanty just might be the best news ever
 
Séan McCann might call Ontario home right

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Proudly waving the flag of traditional Newfoundland trad music with an edge, the Derina Harvey Band tackle weighty themes on their newest material 
You can take the woman away from The Rock, but you can’t take The Rock away from the woman. 
Derina Harvey, and her bring-the-house down band of merry

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Ahead of his performance at the second annual Iceberg Alley Performance Tent on September 15th with Shanneyganock and Celtic Connection, Alan Doyle sits down with The Herald, first detailing his immediate impressions of the impressive circus-inspired venue that has taken Quidi Vidi by storm

 
“I could not

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