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'Best' comics at ECC on Friday

"Hilarious laughter, number one." That's Damonde Tschritter's response about what the audience can expect from The Best of the West in which he's appearing with fellow comedians Paul Myrehaug and Toby Hargrave.

Elvis tunes are key to Heritage's 'All Shook Up'

He knew what he wanted. Last September, when classes at Port Moody's Heritage Woods secondary started, Spencer Perry was front and centre when the call for auditions went out for the new musical production All Shook Up.

Gleneagle art at PMPL

Art 12 students from Coquitlam's Gleneagle secondary will show their work in an exhibit this month at the Port Moody Public Library. The pieces include paintings, mixed media, photography, graphics and ceramic sculptures.

Alice in Port Moody

Nica Fleming plays Dormouse, Sage Fleming is Alice and Lucas Fleming portrays the Mad Hatter in Theatrix Youtheatre Society's Alice in Wonderland, the first production in group's 20th anniversary series, which runs March 3 to 5 at Inlet Theatre in Po

WATER'S EDGE: An afternoon with Dee

Dee Daniels' world-certified singing career has been one what she dubs "magical," which is fitting given she reputedly carries a sound that renders her audience utterly star struck.

WATER'S EDGE: Those who can, put their art on display at Evergreen

Perhaps Keith Rice-Jones has the most interesting piece.

Sitar recital at Place des Arts

Place des Arts' faculty member James Hamilton will entrance with his sitar at a concert this Saturday in Coquitlam.

WATER'S EDGE: Trach returns home with Ballet Kelowna

He describes the show as "a huffer and a puffer." Coquitlam's Brett Trach is one of six dancers with Ballet Kelowna performing Actions Consequences in his hometown on Saturday at the Evergreen Cultural Centre as part of the Water's Edge Festival.

Spooner starts music festival with a concert

American piano virtuoso Steven Spooner launches the 59th annual Coquitlam District Music Festival with a concert Friday, featuring the works of Haydn, Chopin and Liszt. The recital takes place on Feb. 25 at 7 p.m.

Red carpet for Oscars at Coquitlam city hall

Dress up in your finest threads this month for an Oscar party to benefit three Tri-City charities. The soiree starts at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb.