In school at the beginning of the year we got new exercise books. Now we have talked about that before. Renewal, a turning of the page, etc. This was a long time ago. We called the books scribblers.
They were actually called Caribou exercise books. They were made of dirt
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
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
The late, great Johnny Fisher passed away on December 2, 2020. One year later, and his bandmates in heavy outfit Last Soul Down honoured his memory with a touching message, and the release of a new album of material, In Hindsight. Full statement below!
“Today is the anniversary of
The Newfoundland Herald looks back on the storied broadcasting career of veteran NTV Evening Newshour Co-Anchor Glen Carter, reflecting on a decade of memories and quotes narrated by the man himself
He is a local legend of broadcast journalism, a RTDNA East Region Lifetime Achievement Award winner, and a beloved
Our friends at MusicNL have revealed their list of winners from last nights award ceremony. Full release below!
MusicNL announces the winners of the 2021 Music Awards. Taking home 2 awards each: Ofray Harnoy, Quote the Raven, Kelly McMicheal and Maria Cherwick. The Labrador band The Flummies walking away with
Punk legend and multi-versed artist and entertainer Henry Rollins is returning to St. John’s next year! Full release from our friends at Sonic Concerts below:
Henry Rollins returns to Atlantic Canada on his Good To See You 2022 tour, performing three shows in the region. Dates include:
June 6 Halifax
It wouldn’t feel like Christmas without the b’ys in the band!
Local trad legends Shanneyganock have unveiled plans for their annual Shanneyganock Christmas performance at the Delta in St. John’s.
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Rod Jackson knows he’s been blessed and now the highly celebrated man of Country Music is ringing in Christmas by performing for fans as a way to give back
Rod Jackson and the Perfect Strangers have a few new faces worth mentioning. “New blood. That’s a good way of saying
MusicNL nominated duo and longtime friends of The Herald, The Duds are set to ring in the holiday season with a series of festive singles. Full press release below:
The Duds are Melanie O’Brien and Philip Goodridge, two artists from St. John’s, Newfoundland who have been working together for the
Fresh off the announcement of the return of their annual holiday tour, The Ennis Sisters have released a new single just in time for the holidays. Full release below:
Newfoundland sibling trio, The Ennis Sisters, release a brand new Christmas single, “Falling Into Christmas”, to coincide with their 13th
St. John’s Sports & Entertainment (“SJSEL”) and Deacon Sports and Entertainment (“DSE”) have reached an agreement for the return of the Newfoundland Growlers to the Mary Brown’s Centre, effective November 18, 2021.
The investigation respecting complaints as between employees of SJSEL and DSE is ongoing.
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