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Oh, What a unique way to present a play

Oh, What a unique way to present a play

Ensemble youth production will be presented online on YouTube beginning Friday
Coquitlam kitchen cooks up family tales in documentary project

Coquitlam kitchen cooks up family tales in documentary project

Vancouver filmmaker explores his heritage while cooking with his mom and grandmother
Port Moody playwright keeps theatre alive with take-out script

Port Moody playwright keeps theatre alive with take-out script

Work is one of four scripts in a special box set that are meant to be performed at home
Pandemic sparks ‘creative renaissance’

Pandemic sparks ‘creative renaissance’

Arts administrators hope people's passion for exploring their creative side will lead to increased interest in formal instruction
Young Port Coquitlam composers celebrate success

Young Port Coquitlam composers celebrate success

Several budding young composers from Port Coquitlam are celebrating their success at a recent international children’s competition.
PoMo Arts moves classes online

PoMo Arts moves classes online

Classes in various visual arts, and even private music lessons, will be conducted on the Zoom virtual meeting platform
Coquitlam singer-songwriter to live stream concert for food bank

Coquitlam singer-songwriter to live stream concert for food bank

16-year-old Dani Black — a Youth Talent Search BC finalist — goes live on her Instagram channel Saturday, April 17, at 4 p.m.
Virgin River romance series has Port Coquitlam connections

Virgin River romance series has Port Coquitlam connections

Local businesses get their 15 minutes of fame in popular Netflix show but COVID-19 expected to slow production of many popular shows
Coquitlam child actor will join Black Panther star Seth Carr in Netflix debut

Coquitlam child actor will join Black Panther star Seth Carr in Netflix debut

Glen Gordon will play a supporting role in The Main Event, which launches this Friday
Play-Doh artwork brings sunshine, rainbow amid pandemic

Play-Doh artwork brings sunshine, rainbow amid pandemic

Hunter Blake Calouro's Play-Doh piece is one of several children’s artworks submitted to the city of Port Coquitlam as part of its campaign to spread positive vibes during the COVID-19 crisis.