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B.C. comedian a Happy Camper returning to the North after global success

B.C. comedian a Happy Camper returning to the North after global success

Alex Mackenzie will be hosting shows throughout Northern B.C. in “Happy Camper” tour
‘Afraid for my life’: Orlando Bloom steps To The Edge for new TV series

‘Afraid for my life’: Orlando Bloom steps To The Edge for new TV series

Natural risk-taker explores his daredevil side for the delight of viewers
Winnie, Mickey, and what we’re learning about public domain and remix culture

Winnie, Mickey, and what we’re learning about public domain and remix culture

More beloved characters are becoming free for unfettered use, what will that mean?
Best in Canadian country music coming to Kelowna

Best in Canadian country music coming to Kelowna

The city is hosting Country Music Week and the 2025 Canadian Country Music Awards
Divisive? Not for moviegoers. ‘Civil War’ declares victory at box office.

Divisive? Not for moviegoers. ‘Civil War’ declares victory at box office.

Film imagines a U.S. where California and Texas unite against a corrupt president
North Okanagan author in the running for prestigious non-fiction prize

North Okanagan author in the running for prestigious non-fiction prize

Emelia Symington-Fedy, who published her debut memoir Skid Dogs in 2023, has been shortlisted for the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize
Young fiddlers across Western Canada come to Nanaimo for summit

Young fiddlers across Western Canada come to Nanaimo for summit

Summit culminates in concert April 14 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Island author named finalist for prestigious Haig-Brown regional book prize

Island author named finalist for prestigious Haig-Brown regional book prize

Ian Kennedy’s book The Best Loved Boat: The Princess Maquinna is nominated
‘It is magical’: repurposed art growing in B.C. along with eco-consciousness

‘It is magical’: repurposed art growing in B.C. along with eco-consciousness

As environmental concerns permeate the arts community, artists embrace a freeing era of art-making
Student dancers return to Salish Secondary for biggest high school dance competition in B.C.

Student dancers return to Salish Secondary for biggest high school dance competition in B.C.

Hundreds of kids from across Surrey, the Lower Mainland, and Vancouver Island competed April 9