6 classic episodes will be featured, along with a short documentary on series creator Rod Sirling.
On the May 24th weekend of 2018, members of Joe Grizzly broke their brief hiatus and made trek from St. John’s to central Newfoundland with hopes of laying down a new record at a family cabin in Green Bay.
Recently, while perusing some archived copies of The Muse, we finally came across a photo of Alice Cooper and Motörhead’s notorious concert at the Memorial Stadium in St. John’s in 1988.
Some Halifax R N’ R as thick as that gravy on your hot turkey sandwich. Here’s our exclusive premiere of the opening track from the upcoming SMOLY HOAX album.
The origin of the Memorial University campus-wide ban on skateboarding in the late 1990s. Articles clipped from the pages of the Muse newspaper on July 26th, 1996.
With less than 2 years of musical output, 21-year-old Newfoundland hip-hop artist Albert Dalton has already dropped a mixtape, 4 EP’s, 4 singles, a collaborative album, as well as over ten feature credits. Check out his latest video.
We dove into the archives for some in-depth press coverage from 1917 of Newfoundland’s first Memorial Day ceremony, just one year after 700+ young Newfoundlanders were decimated in the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel.
That guy in the weed shirt is somebody’s uncle and we wanna know who.
Follow our Golden Pages project as we roll out weekly gems from our ongoing collection of vintage Newfoundland print ads clipped from the pages of newspapers, magazines, phonebooks and more.