If, like me, you’ve ever lived outside the province of Newfoundland Labrador, then you’ve learned not to take this province’s beauty for granted. The shimmering seaside, the vast and mysterious ocean, the wildlife, the way of life and the people who live here: everything and everyone just seems a tad
Newfoundland & Labrador is the most picturesque and most unique place on this planet and 2022 is the year to show it off in all its spectacular glory
To celebrate the best this province has to offer, The Herald created a Bucket List of things to do, see and
From hosting and producing to delving into the literary world head on, we go one-on-one with Kathryn Taylor, diving into her debut novel Misty’s Misadventures
Kathryn Taylor knows the setup. She’s had her share of stints on the other side of the questioning. This time, though, Taylor is the author
Shanneyganock batten down the hatches to close out the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent with the must-see Come Home Year celebrations with NL’s finest
“We know what we’re fighting for, home, boys home!”
So echoes a classic Shanneyganock cut on the ties of place and the forever-pull of the tether to
The Once’s lead vocalist Geraldine Hollett reflects on the band’s much celebrated past, their amazing present, and their highly anticipated future
The band The Once, with Geraldine Hollett, Phil Churchill and Andrew Dale, have had quite a career. From their award-winning self-titled debut to 2011’s Row Upon Row of the
Seasoned television personality and entertainer Matt Wells makes the leap into the podcasting world, sharing stories and positive vibes on Good Things with Matt Wells
Matt Wells knows his way around a story. An artist, actor, musician and longtime television personality and host, the Newfoundland native owns credits across MTV,
Celebrated singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Brad Tuck returns with his new collection of home-cut tracks, Stages, in our latest album deep dive series
From Shanneyganock and Fairgale to the trappings of a successful solo career, Brad Tuck is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s most tireless artists.
Whether behind the drum kit
*Originally published in our May 29-June 4, 2022 issue
At one recent Newfoundland Growlers hockey game, announcer Chris Ballard paused to welcome some newcomers to our province who had also been invited to the game that night.
Following the formal introduction, those gathered to cheer on the home team stood
Award-winning folk duo Fortunate Ones – affectionally comprised of Andrew James O’Brien and Catherine Allan – have weathered personal and professional uncertainties to return with perhaps their most honest and realized effort yet in the form of their third studio album That Was You And Me.
Composed in a time
*Originally printed in our May 22-28, 2022 issue
Given all the problems we have with alcohol in our society it is with some reluctance I tell you of the way things were in the press gallery of the House of Assembly. Not to dismiss all the bad things associated with
Rising local artist and author Heather Nolan searches for answers of place and belonging in her collection of poetry Land of the Rock: Talamh and Carraig
What is place? And how do we find belonging in that place?
Multi-talented artist Heather Nolan searches for meaning in Land of The Rock:
*Originally published in our May 22-28, 2022 issue
Most who call this island home feel the call of the ocean to some degree. We either have, or had, family members who earned a living as fisherman or we grew up with the ocean a stone’s throw away from our homes.