Scott Trudeau

Small Business Month: Cowork is blooming in Penticton

Community is the heart and measure of Cowork Penticton's success

Carolyn Mark promises stellar show at Dream Café

Mark said she’s excited to have the chance to be among the many that have been featured in Penticton at the Dream Café.

Chiarelli sings the prison house blues

Canadian blues singer Rita Chiarelli's musical film project inspired hope to inmates serving life sentences.

APPIES & ENTREES: Uncorking friendships amongst the vines

Where there’s wine around, it’s likely I’ll be found.

Comedians armed with jokes for fundraiser evening

On Sept. 27, comedians will be at the Barking Parrot for the Community Foundation of the South Okanagan’s annual fundraiser.

Steamfest Regatta hits Okanagan lake

Organizers of the Steamfest Regatta and Antique Boat Show running Sept. 19 to 21 hope to re-capture the aquatic spirit of the early 1900s.

Silver Screen Scoundrels take the Dream Café stage

Brandon Isaak and Keith Picot share a love for music and a creativity that has extended into being the stars of their own silent films.

Lifestyle series captures Wine Country

A new lifestyle series about the Okanagan's wine country is looking to get picked up by cable TV.

Penmar ready for Fall opening

Work continues to progress on the re-vamped downtown Penmar cinema on Martin St. which plans to screen movies this fall.

Penticton-based Invictus wins another CCMA

Jim Cressman takes home second consecutive award for booking agency of the year from Canadian Country Music Association

Riding for a just cause

One of the stars of the CBC television show Heartland rolled into the city as part of the Cruise with a Cause initiative.

Old age opera antics hits the stage

The upcoming production of Many Hats Theatre Company offers a humorous take on four people living in a home for retired opera singers.

Boonstock releases survey results and feedback

An economic impact summary of Boonstock Music Festival offered some insight on the event as organizers look towards its future.

Hot jazz continues to sizzle

The Pentastic Hot Jazz Festival attracts dedicated audiences, due to the variety of styles it offers, says president of the annual event.

Structurlam glued to international scene

Wood buyers from Japan and Korea toured the Structurlam plant in Okanagan Falls.

Music makers unite in song

With a working relationship as much in harmony as their voices, the duo of Ash & Bloom are beginning to hit their stride as performers.

Life on the road dynamic for duo

Musician JT Nero, who makes up one part of the duo, Birds of Chicago are equally at home on the road as they are comfortable at home.

Band set to heat up at this year’s Jazz Festival

Tom Rigney & Flambeau Pentastic return for another slate of shows at the Pentastic Hot Jazz Festival.

Bibb blessed with musical destiny

From the time musician Eric Bibb was just a youngster, it became apparent a musical career would become his destiny.

Audio program bonds Penticton man’s band

Sound engineering course leads to fun musical collaboration for The Carbonis