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Join North Island College's Global Learning Initiative Wednesday, Jan. 23 for the documentary, Burned - an unflinching, critical look at the woody biomass industry as a climate change solution.
Cry Baby a love story and social commentary piece presented with campy style
"Who wouldn't fight if there were laws for the safety of the miner and they were not enforced? How's you like to go into the bowels of the earth if you wasn't sure at what minute an explosion might come?" (Anonymous, Vancouver Morning Sun, 12 Feb 1913).
Vernon, Kelowna and Penticton stops on LA Bonfire tour
The first Flash-How-To workshop of 2019
Auditions open for summer productions as theatre company unveils the line-up for its 20th season
Cellist Ian Hampton is in the top five finalists for the RBC Taylor Prize.
"The Joe Cocker Experience" was an idea that came together with a passion after hearing Dan sing on stage one night a few years ago.
Events, courses and clubs listings for North Delta
TLC's Monte Durham of Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta is coming to Langley for a bridal show.
Deadline to submit work to VICC Piper's Lagoon Lobby show 'All About Animals' is Jan. 24
'There's a lot of talent in the younger art community'
37th Annual Members' Show runs until Feb. 20
Jackie Shane, now 78, has lived a very private life since she stopped performing
Concerts, plays, festivals and more in our weekly guide for Surrey
Golden Star Staff
You have until January 27 to enter
Creators in many fields, such as musicians, collect royalties every time their works are used or purchased
Participating hotels offering half-price "ski & stay" packages
Transit, adapted from 1942 Anna Segher novel, plays Salmar Classic Jan. 19