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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Newfoundland comedy and television legend Rick Mercer is set to host the return of the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour next year! Full press release from our friends at Just For Laughs below:
Just For Laughs is excited to announce the return of the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour! Following
Newfoundland’s own Nathan Noel returns home to propel the Newfoundland Growlers on yet another run to the Kelly Cup Championship
Who says you can’t go home again?
Nathan Noel’s dream to play professional hockey has seen the 24-year-old St. John’s native hit the ice across North America in roles demanding
Accomplished novelist and history nerd Michelle Butler Hallett is back in The Newfoundland Herald’s spotlight with her latest historical thriller published by Goose Lane Editions, Constant Nobody
In 2016, Butler released This Marlowe. The gripping account of English playwright Christopher Marlowe’s last months of life before being brutally murdered under
Some years ago there was a woman who stayed on the same hospital ward as my late mother-in-law. This woman was nice enough and she was a regular Herald reader who thought that I somehow lived off-grid somewhere in the interior of the Avalon wilderness area. That is because I
By Russell Bowers
Perhaps it’s not a part of Sunday life as much as it once was, but ask any Newfoundlander of a certain age, and Sunday dinner was the highlight of any week.
Jiggs on a Sunday was such a staple that author Michael Crummey wrote effusively about it
Bestselling author and distinguished broadcast journalist Linden MacIntyre shares how he’s always been connected to the province of his birth
Linden MacIntyre has much to celebrate. Besides a 40-year career as one of Canada’s most accomplished broadcast and investigative journalists, he’s also a bestselling author.
His first novel, The
Always a friend and fan favourite of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, Johnny Reid has announced a massive Canadian tour, with NL dates in Stephenville, Corner Brook, Grand Falls-Windsor and Gander. Full press release below:
Today, Multi-Platinum, award winning artist Johnny Reidannounced his 2022 Canadian tour, Love Someone: An Intimate Evening with
How Eric Wellwood has transitioned his tragically brief on-ice pro-hockey career to helming the Newfoundland Growlers on their road back to the Kelly Cup
The vacancy of the head coaching position left in the wake of the exit of Kelly Cup winner John Snowden loomed large for the Newfoundland Growlers ahead
Newfoundland’s own Allan Hawco continues his busy year, joining season two of the Canadian comedy series Moonshine.
Created by Sheri Wood and airing on CBC, Hawco joins returning stars Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation), Anastasia Phillips (Reign), Emma Hunter (Mr. D), Tom Stevens (Wayward Pines), Alexander Nunez (Avocado Toast), Corrine Koslo (Anne