The late Sara Sexton was always an advocate for her son Tommy, recalls Tommy’s sister Mary Sexton.
“Mom was 97 when she died, and she always loved everyone – it didn’t matter their sexuality or their colour or religion. Love was love as far as mom was concerned,” she
Sometimes good things happen to good people. It’s a fringe statement, as rare as a unicorn, but when these mythical chupacabras rise from the ether, they always hit close to the heart.
Kellie Loder is such a person deserving of all the praise, accolades and legacy-building moments they deserve.
Hope, healing and truths of place and purpose are at the heart of the emotional third studio album of award-winning duo Fortunate Ones
Who are we? What is our purpose? What do we do when that purpose is gone?
Those were looming questions Catherine Allan and Andrew James O’Brien –
Rising pop star Rachel Cousins delves into her emotive third studio album Aura in the latest in our album deep dive series
Growth. We adapt or we die, and for singer-songwriter Rachel Cousins, adaptation was the name of the game during the COVID-19 pandemic. Rising from promising artist to much
Christina Dove of the Newfoundland Chocolate Company shares how the family’s passion for sweets came from ‘Poppy’, and how giving back is where it’s at
One visit to the Newfoundland Chocolate Company’s Torbay Road location – which also just happens to be a café and chocolate factory besides hosting a
Justin Fancy won Fans’ Choice at this year’s East Coast Music Awards, but while making music gets him top billing, it’s being dad that’s truly the best gig ever
Kayleigh gets her father’s full attention, and that’s the way it should be, opens singer-songwriter Justin Fancy. Fancy, who will headline
By Josh Hodder
Glamping is a new fad sweeping the globe for outdoor enthusiasts that want a little bit extra, one that is taking over the province of Newfoundland and Labrador
Travel restrictions in Newfoundland have prevented people from vacationing. Some have looked to vacation from home in the form
A visit to a quaint beach hut called A Little Cup of Sea in Colliers soothes the soul and calms the mind
The day was dreary, but the sight was delightful: an adorable beach hut tucked away on the edge of the ocean. We had arrived at A Little Cup
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