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Tri-City actors in 'humanity' plays at Douglas College

Tri-City actors in 'humanity' plays at Douglas College

Two Tri-City student actors appear in Douglas College’s new theatrical production that runs this week.
Port Moody high school to premiere award-winning student play

Port Moody high school to premiere award-winning student play

A Port Moody high school will live-stream an award-winning play next week that was penned and directed by one of their own students.
Port Coquitlam author reveals sister's hostage-taking, death at B.C. jail

Port Coquitlam author reveals sister's hostage-taking, death at B.C. jail

Port Coquitlam resident Margaret Franz is out with her first book about her sister, Mary Steinhauser, a psychiatric nurse who died during a hostage-taking in New Westminster, in 1975.
I tried Ikea's new plant-based meatballs (and you probably should, too)

I tried Ikea's new plant-based meatballs (and you probably should, too)

Say hello to "Huvudroll." No, it's not this season's must-have storage system or end table. It's a plant-based meatball.
Gordie Howe Bridge project to include work from Port Moody artist

Gordie Howe Bridge project to include work from Port Moody artist

Port Moody's artist-in-residence wins a major public art commission in Ontario.
Coquitlam comedian sees wide release for debut special

Coquitlam comedian sees wide release for debut special

Pinetree secondary graduate Ed Hill is out with his new show, Candy & Smiley, based on his immigrant parents and growing up in Coquitlam.
MP tables music petition started by Port Coquitlam teacher

MP tables music petition started by Port Coquitlam teacher

A petition started by a Port Coquitlam music teacher to get the government to top of the wages of professional musicians was tabled last week in the House of Commons.
Artists make gravitational waves in Port Moody

Artists make gravitational waves in Port Moody

A Mysterious Attraction will open Thursday at PoMoArts, with an online reception on Facebook Live at 7:15 p.m.
Artist heals with Port Coquitlam nature

Artist heals with Port Coquitlam nature

Port Coquitlam painter Melissa Burgher will show her new series on March 6 and 7 at the new Braid Street Studios in Port Coquitlam.
Two writing events in March for Tri-City scribes

Two writing events in March for Tri-City scribes

Tri-City scribes can look forward to two literary events next month — one of which is now calling for writers to present their pages.