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The b’ys are back on the road! Shanneyganock are set to hit the road this fall for a series of all-age engagements across the province at Arts and Culture Centres. 
The tour kicks off on October 30th in St. John’s and includes stops in Gander, Grand Falls-Windsor, Stephenville, Corner Brook

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Proudly waving the flag of traditional Newfoundland trad music with an edge, the Derina Harvey Band tackle weighty themes on their newest material 
You can take the woman away from The Rock, but you can’t take The Rock away from the woman. 
Derina Harvey, and her bring-the-house down band of merry

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It’s been a long road being off the road, but the fellas in Shanneyganock are back, baby!
Packed fist-pumpin’ George Street crowds and Logy Bay, Middle Cove, Outer Cove End of Summer Soirees; Shanneyganock is tuned-up and ready to rant ‘n’ roar. Frontman Chris Andrews captures the band’s sentiment simply

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One St. John’s local is making her mark in the TV and film industry through her creative skills in make-up artistry
Feature by: Cameron Kilfoy
Behind the scenes of your favourite films are innovative minds who work to create an experience for you. Whether it be turning someone into an

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Newfoundland and Labrador’s own Ryan Dillon will be making his return to The Rock with a fall tour that sees the rising comic burn through the east coast of the island to the west this November.
“I’ve been waiting to make this announcement for a long, long, time,” Dillon announced.

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You can’t keep Newfoundlanders and Labradorians down.
Days removed from the impact of Hurricane Larry – one which saw the structure for the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent in Quidi Vidi decimated, the show will indeed go on!
“Thanks to the efforts of the City of St. John’s and St. John’s

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Continuing the news of the day of NL hockey stars inking with professional clubs, the Toronto Marlies announced today that the club has signed forwards Zach O’Brien and Marcus Power to one-year AHL contracts

 
O’Brien, 29, recorded 83 points (40 goals, 43 assists) in 49 games this

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The Newfoundland Growlers, the ECHL affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs and former Kelly Cup Champions, unveiled the first seven players signed to ECHL Standard Player Contracts ahead of the 2021-2022 ECHL season

 
The initial crop includes skaters include St. John’s native, Nathan Noel, three Growlers alumni

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