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Second show for LaNaDa

Nancie Green rarely goes on Facebook but, a few years back, it was suggested to her by a girlfriend to use the popular social media network to reconnect with someone she had lost touch with.

Film at VIFF is 'full circle' for composer

About four years ago, Nabil Amarshi was coming off a tour in the U.A.E. when he decided he wasn't quite ready to come home.

Chorus hopes to strike gold in Texas

An all-female a cappella chorus that includes 16 Tri-City residents will try to score a gold medal at a contest in Houston, TX, next week.

Stage 43 opens its season with a romantic-comedy play

One of the best ways to beat the dreary, rainy days that dog us this time of year is to shelter yourself in live theatre - and laugh.

PEAK bands rise to charity challenge

The Matinée and Redgy Blackout are in the same boat.

Hitting the dance floor for hospice

The general sales manager of Port Coquitlam's Metro Ford Motors is the first to admit he's stepping out of his comfort zone.

The arts scene for October

EXHIBITS Evergreen Cultural Centre: Kwikwetlem First Nation: Red Fish Up the River, until Nov. 5 Leigh Square Community Arts Village: Ilsoo Kyung MacLaurin and Tony Yin Tak Chu's Two Landscapes (mixed media), until Oct. 31.

Said The Whale wraps up arts fest

Tyler Bancroft insists it looks much worse than it is. The founder of the Vancouver-based indie rock band, Said The Whale, is referring to his group's touring schedule that's published online.

40 years for Forbes

When Roy Forbes thinks about his 40 years in the business as a prominent folk music singer and songwriter, the North Vancouver resident points to his fans for his longevity.

Kehoe walks Cash's line

In the moving, fact-based 2005 movie, actor Joaquin Phoenix walked the line mighty fine portraying late country music artist Johnny Cash. Now, Gary Kehoe is towing it.
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