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Glassmith finds her wings with Port Moody show

Glassmith finds her wings with Port Moody show

Next Thursday, Forstenzer will open her latest glass blowing series titled The Dream of Flight, a display of a dozen new pieces that runs at PoMoArts (2425 St. Johns St., Port Moody) until Oct. 28. 
How gold miners became a part of Coquitlam’s history

How gold miners became a part of Coquitlam’s history

When tens of thousands of gold prospectors and businessmen flocked to B.C. in the mid to late 1800s, many of them stayed with their fortunes.
Live acts return as Coquitlam arts venue launches 25 years

Live acts return as Coquitlam arts venue launches 25 years

A quarter century has passed since the City of Coquitlam opened the Evergreen Cultural Centre.
Port Moody's Michaela Slinger to perform debut album at first-ever live hometown gig

Port Moody's Michaela Slinger to perform debut album at first-ever live hometown gig

It's set to be a homecoming long overdue for the indie-pop recording artist, and a sigh of relief after releasing 'Panorama' in April.
Whodunit? Three Port Coquitlam actors are in a live staging of CLUE

Whodunit? Three Port Coquitlam actors are in a live staging of CLUE

Three Port Coquitlam actors will appear in CLUE On Stage, which runs from Sept. 16 to Oct. 2 in Langley.
New books out from Tri-City authors

New books out from Tri-City authors

Three authors with Tri-City connections are out with new books.
Turban portraits on show this month in Coquitlam

Turban portraits on show this month in Coquitlam

For civil engineer Kiranjot Kaur, the turban is a sculptural piece that’s part of the wearer’s identity and can stand as a portrait on its own.
Coquitlam musician drops five albums this year to give listeners a lift during the pandemic

Coquitlam musician drops five albums this year to give listeners a lift during the pandemic

Coquitlam's Gina Williams is out with five albums this year, all different genres: classical piano, traditional gospel, Caribbean pop, electronic dance and symphonic rock.
Gnomes want to play in Port Moody

Gnomes want to play in Port Moody

"The Gnomes of Port Moody" is a fanciful visual arts series created by Port Moody photographer David Carey and his illustrator friend, Michel LeBlanc.
Reminder: Revel in Coquitlam's artistic side at Kaleidoscope festival

Reminder: Revel in Coquitlam's artistic side at Kaleidoscope festival

The sixth annual event this weekend will consist of free and pre-registered gatherings to meet current COVID-19 health and safety protocols.