During his lost 1959 visit to St. John’s, Louis Armstrong performed two shows at the Memorial Stadium, enjoyed a feed of fresh salmon, bought a stack of traditional Newfoundland records, and chatted with young journalists outside of his room at the Kenmount Motel.
Across This Land is a 1973 concert film featuring Stompin’ Tom Connors, and it will hit you in your nostalgic Canadian feels like a warm glob of maple syrup.
As we’ve seen in the news, incidents of pets being rushed to the vet for ingesting marijuana are on the rise. If you love your furry buds as much as your dank ones, here are some tips on how not to be a dummy.
Since Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age has made headlines for kicking a photographer in the head, cutting himself with a knife, and berating a California audience, perhaps St. John’s can feel less bad about that time they pelted him with shoes in 2008.
Ahead of The Van Buren Boys debut album from Brokest Records on Friday, April 21st, the ceaseless and playfully brash Newfoundland duo consisting of rappers Moyst and g_sm00th have shared a new video in the form of “VBB S08E14”.
After a solid 2016 churned out a new album, some interesting collaborations, and a slew of live performances, St. John’s emcee Dope Piece shows no sign of slowing down in the new year with his latest video offering.
To follow up on the cassette bootleg of Motörhead live in St. John’s in 1988, we tracked down a near-death Newfoundland anecdote from the pages of Lemmy Kilmister’s 2002 autobiography White Line Fever.
Sailor White Collection Pt. 1: Former WWE superstar Al Snow recalls the time lengendary Newfoundland wrestler Sailor White knocked out an entire roster of grapplers in Ontario with “a five foot shillelagh”.
Now free from the contractual servitude of corporate comedy, comedians of St. John’s are free to write their own next chapter.