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 –
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
*Column originally appeared in our April 17-23, 2022 issue
The subject is COVID. There had been a promise to myself to not write about it anymore because people had heard enough from me on most aspects of it. A visit to a local restaurant showed me “everything ain’t been said.”
With COVID restrictions lifting for many of our social gatherings, places like churches wonder, will people return? We go to the source to pose that very question
By: Russell Bowers
Over the last two years, the pandemic has disrupted daily lives and rituals that many never thought possible. Most have
OZFM’S Stephanie O’Brien opens up about husband Drew and star of the show Charlie in this sweet tale of a mom who knows laughter really is the best medicine
Stephanie O’Brien, the brilliant and charming co-host of OZFM’S Morning Jam, has had quite the year. Daughter Charlie is in Kindergarten
*The following column appeared in the February 20 – 26, 2022 issue
What is my question to the members of the so-called “Freedom Convoy” that held Ottawa and some other places hostage recently.
You said you were a trucker convoy, but you became something else and that was a very
I don’t exactly “need my head examined” as my mom used to say in the politically incorrect days of yore, but there’s no question that these times of isolation are starting to get me down.
I expect it’s like that for a lot of us. Surely to God there must
Singer-songwriter Angie Coffey talks inspirations & navigating the pandemic with The Herald
Placentia, a town nestled in the rolling hills and curving coastline of the NL coast, is home to an abundance of archaeological sites, museums, and national historic sites. Castle Hill National Historic site is a link to British
I was angry first and then sad. I had my COVID booster shot last week. It was just before those anti-vax protesters, operating out of ignorance rather than malice, shut down a COVID vaccine clinic on Topsail Road.
The clinic was for seniors, like me, over 70. I lined up
Dr. Janice Fitzgerald said everyone would eventually catch the virus. Still, when I saw that blue line on the rapid test just after the New Year, I was in disbelief. With all the travel and going I’ve done, you kind of get to feeling a little invincible, or at least
COVID and its many variants has come with a cost both personally and beyond for so many, but one high-profile NLer believes that while COVID has so many negatives, it can be overcome
ewfoundland’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, warned that, at some point, COVID-19 would eventually impact all
COVID and its many variants have derailed many well-laid plans, but one high-profile NLer is testament to the fact that COVID can have a much more personal cost
That most people will eventually get COVID-19 was one of the messages the province’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, laid