Kristin Froneman

Journey to the heartland with Celtic Cara

Choir brings emotional mix of traditional and contemporary music to inaugural concert in Vernon

Vernon’s Gallery Vertigo shows off its new space

The Almost Famous auction opens the door to new exhibits and programming at the artist-run gallery.

Theatre Review: The journey is worth the wait at Jasper Station

Vernon’s Powerhouse Theatre stages the fun, funny and thoughtful Norm Foster-Steve Thomas musical

AT RANDOM: Beating the winter blahs

It usually hits around this time of year, where my mood sits at the downswing of the yo-yo known as life.

See and hear why these piano men are still standing

Ryan Langevin is part of tributes to ABBA, Elton John and Billy Joel, coming to Vernon Feb. 25

Artists, bidders needed for Almost Famous auction

Vernon’s Gallery Vertigo is counting oncommunity support for its annual fundraiser

Gallery Vertigo is moving on to new location

Vernon’s artist-run gallery shows its new space at Almost Famous auction.

Pianist, tenor take centre stage for next North Okanagan Community Concert show

Sarah Hagen and Benjamin Butterfield play concert at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Feb. 26.

Enliven all the senses at Vernon’s Art and Wine Gala

Imbibe on a culinary and artistic feast at North Okanagan Community Life Society’s ninth annual gala.

Catch the midnight train from Vernon to Jasper Station

Embark on a journey when Norm Foster musical Jasper Station stops at Vernon’s PowerhouseTheatre.

East Van vagabonds stagger to Vernon

Known for their hauntingly nostalgic sound, The Staggers and Jaggs drop by The Kal Saturday, Feb. 11.

Hum along to your favourite love songs

Vernon tenor Paul Moore presents a special Valentine’s concert Saturday at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre.

From the Wolves tour Nightmares

Metalcore fans can breathe deeply when Calgary’s From the Wolves brings its western Canadian tour to Vernon's Record City.

VIDEO: Drink in the fun at Frank’s House of Opinions

This year’s Vernon Winter Carnival dinner production has a decidedly Canadian bent.

AT RANDOM: Taking a stand for equality

It was less than 100 years ago that women were not considered “persons” under Canadian law.

Trio-guitarist play a game of musical chairs Friday

Lent/Fraser/ Wall Trio join guitarist Andrew Smith for Musical Chairs concert at Okanagan College's Vernon campus lecture theatre.

Hip hop artist releases spoken word ode to Women

Some familiar faces star in new video by former Vernon resident Tyler Skyy

Chipko Jones spins single

Vernon reggae-calypso-ska band hosts single release and vinyl drive at Spinners Sound Centre in advance of upcoming album.

Band takes a Time Out to play Brubeck

The Remi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble pays tribute to a jazz master when its performs for the North Okanagan Community Concert Assoc. Jan. 28.

Students map their Canadian identity through art

Vernon school district students show their impression on what it means to be Canadian in new art exhibition at Vernon's Gallery Vertigo.