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COVID and its many variants have derailed many well-laid plans, but one high-profile NLer is testament to the fact that COVID can have a much more personal cost
 
That most people will eventually get COVID-19 was one of the messages the province’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, laid

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With 80 years of living and an enviable career in the heat of things politically to bank on, former Port de Grave livyer Ray Andrews tells the tales that didn’t get away in his brilliant
tell-all, Something Fishy
Ray Andrews has led what most would consider an enviable life.

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In part one of our in-depth three part series, Jesse Stirling outlines his taxing battle with COVID-19
Many know Jesse Stirling as the face of NTV’s Meetings With Remarkable People.  Grandson to the late, great Geoff Stirling, and son of the vivacious Judy Stirling and highly respected Newfoundland Broadcasting President

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The author of Sick in Bed, Across Two Chairs, With My Feet Out Through the Window, shares his very personal battle with terminal illness while remaining positive
At 77 years of age, Grandpa Pike (real name Laurie Blackwood Pike), says he’s lived a good life. He’s an accomplished author with

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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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The Herald talks with Rick Mercer about Talking to Canadians, plus all kinds of other grand yarn topics that come up while shooting the breeze in a shed
Having a gab with Rick Mercer while he’s hove off in his shed at home in Newfoundland is like talking with an ol’ buddy from

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Experimental jazz-rock three-piece Big Space go big on improv and zig-zagging through sonic highways on their latest studio album, In Relation To
There’s no music as fluid yet chaotic as jazz. Madness meets magnificence, the calamity of sound and improvisation that results in pure artistry, jazz is near-impossible to replicate from

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