As a classic audio format makes a strong comeback, music-loving consumers (and the music industry itself) are wondering about the future of the compact disc.
The Writer’s Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador is a welcoming community of like-minded authors reaching out for more members across the province.
Local publishing company Engen Books is always looking for new talent, and its upcoming book launch showcases a variety of different voices from across Atlantic Canada.
A victim of the horror that was Canada’s residential schools, Willie Thrasher turned to music to cope with the pain and suffering of being taken from his family and culture.
At 13 years old, Rowan Elsmore produces original travel videos well above his weight class.
Maudie is the talk of award seasons across the globe, and it’s helping female filmmakers in this province be “scene” and heard.
“It is high time that we, I mean men, start to pay attention to the messages women have been screaming at us for oh so long.”
There’s a new music and art festival brewing in the capital city. Out of Earshot plans to hit the ground running near the end of August.
Newfoundland costume makers are a big hit at local science fiction conventions.
On ‘Touch the Moon,’ Davis has reclaimed rock n’ roll tradition for himself.