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Finding a 'mature sound' inspires Port Moody musician's latest single

Finding a 'mature sound' inspires Port Moody musician's latest single

Michaela Slinger's next EP is coming in 2023, but it's debut single is already opening ears to a new 'evolved' tune.
Your Weekend: Highland Games, Father's Day fishing at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam

Your Weekend: Highland Games, Father's Day fishing at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam

Weekend listings for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody for June 17–19, 2022.
Coquitlam author publishes mystery novel about symphony conductor

Coquitlam author publishes mystery novel about symphony conductor

Gisela Woldenga, a member of Tri-City Wordsmiths, recently published her eighth book titled A Score to Settle via Black Opal Books.
Corner Gas' Fred Ewanuick to judge new film contest in Port Moody

Corner Gas' Fred Ewanuick to judge new film contest in Port Moody

Contestants in the Frantic Breeze Fast Film Competition will see their entries judged by a panel of well-known actors in the movie and TV industry.
Five Tri-City acts to play TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival

Five Tri-City acts to play TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival

Jodi Proznick of Port Coquitlam is among the Tri-City lineup at the annual festival in Vancouver.
Juno-nominated Beòlach to take centre stage at ScotFestBC in Coquitlam

Juno-nominated Beòlach to take centre stage at ScotFestBC in Coquitlam

The Nova Scotia band is heading west to the 90th highland games, and its organizer continues to pray for no rain during the event's full return.
On Our Radar: Tri-City theatre celebrating 30 years of youth at centre stage

On Our Radar: Tri-City theatre celebrating 30 years of youth at centre stage

Interactive exhibits and live performances will mark the milestone — and memories of past, present and future.
Someone in Port Moody returned this book to a library in England — 48 years overdue

Someone in Port Moody returned this book to a library in England — 48 years overdue

The late fee amounts to $6,934.88 CDN. Fortunately the library has a maximum fine of £8.50, or about $13.37 CDN
Indigenous artist weaves Kwikwetlem, PLEA stories in new Port Coquitlam mural

Indigenous artist weaves Kwikwetlem, PLEA stories in new Port Coquitlam mural

The First Nation mural in the new PLEA Community Services office in Port Coquitlam is "to make this place a welcoming, safe space for the kids to know that they will be understood here and that they will move on in life with new skills,” artist Rosalie Dipscu said.
Teens can try out for next year's Coquitlam Youth Theatre

Teens can try out for next year's Coquitlam Youth Theatre

Young thespians wanting to fine-tune their acting skills during the next academic year can try out for the Coquitlam Youth Theatre on June 18.