Paula Gale is a reporter and host on Weekend AM.
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Grade 12 students rockin' the Northern Pen: Fourfivefour drops mature debut album
Cameron Simms, Cole Thompson and Luke Reardon are Grade 12 students at White Hills Academy in St. Anthony and members of the alt-rock trio Fourfivefour.
Music as therapy: Adam Staple on making 1st solo album, SuperAntiHero
Musician Adam staple, who recently turned 50, said his first solo project is a vehicle to help deal with depression and anxiety.
From sheet to song, fearless fiddler Maria Cherwick leaps into the spotlight all by herself
Last year, Maria Cherwick published a songbook of 16 original tunes for the fiddle. A few months later, she stepped into the spotlight solo, and released an album to go along with it.
He moved to St. John's from Italy and is now living his dream working at the 'UN of barbershops'
Mandip Garcha moved to Newfoundland and Labrador seven years ago, but took a long road — and some help from 1949 Barber Shop — to become a barber.
How Damhnait Doyle and a crew of N.L. musicians lent their talents to video game played by millions
Doyle and a crew of N.L. musicians created the sea shanty Sleeping in the Cold Below for the popular online game Warframe, and Doyle also voiced the interactive character Vala Glarios.
Janet Cull's latest album is 'honest' music, recorded live for full effect
After more than 20 years on the stage, four albums and multiple awards, the N.L. musician says she's finally has gained confidence in her musical abilities.
Making her own music, her own way: Cara Lee Coleman and her latest DIY music
Cara Lee Coleman of Conception Bay South writes, records and produces her own music. “I just can’t do it any other way," she says, in the latest instalment of Weekend AM's First Listen series.
This veteran of the St. John's bar scene never imagined he'd be winning Korean Music Awards
When Brad Wheeler of St. John’s visited Seoul in 2007, he had no idea his future would include running a professional studio, working with K-pop acts and carving out a career half a world away from home.
With demand rising for cheaper housing, some seniors have nowhere to go
People who work with seniors in Newfoundland and Labrador say there is a growing and urgent need for affordable and accessible housing for our aging population.
Sidewalk snow clearing and crime on voters' minds as Ward 2 byelection approaches
With the St. John's city council byelection less than a week away, The St. John's Morning Show's Paula Gale walked around the area recently to ask people what concerns they want addressed at city hall.