Looking out at the remains of a 1,000-year-old Viking village on a lonely spit of land in the northernmost reaches of Newfoundland, it’s easy to imagine how this critical piece of history could be overlooked for so many centuries. (ANDREW BLECHMAN FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
Journey to the sights of Newfoundland (via Boston Globe)
A Guide to Newfoundland: A Rugged, Remote Foodie Haven (via Vogue)
“It’s a rugged remoteness. The glacial-swept highlands conjure up fairy tales, the mighty fjords breed a difficulty o...
Small town becomes unlikely hero of 9/11 (USA Today Network)
Nearly 7,000 air passengers were suddenly rerouted to Gander, Newfoundland, moments after the terrorist attacks of Se...