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Stevens returns as an Altar Boy

Geoff Stevens never dreamed that, three years after playing an Altar Boy, he'd be called back for a third remount of the Arts Club Theatre musical comedy.

Lee's play to close PoMo Youth Arts fest

It may have been good timing - or just plain hard work - that brought Jong Lee to this point. Back in March, then a Grade 12 Gleneagle secondary student, Lee called up his former drama teacher to ask for a reference letter.

Summer sounds from the parks

Music will be flowing from Port Coquitlam and Port Moody parks and squares this summer.

Get 'art' and about

About 75 watercolour, acrylic and oil paintings - as well as photos - will be up for sale next weekend as part of the Coquitlam Art Club's annual summer show.

Improv camps in PoCo this summer

Space is still available for youth and teens wanting to hone their improv skills this summer. Port Coquitlam's Second Storey Theatre (201-2550 Shaughnessy St.) is running its weeklong camps for young people, ages nine to 16.

Fish & Bird on Water Stage for July 1

Rock 'n roll, country, folk, children's and multicultural music will be among the genres heard at Sunday's Canada Day party at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam.

Kids in the Hall inspire new play for The Odds

I t was Hammy and the Kids that inspired Port Moody native Craig Northey to write his new show A Good Weird Story.

Blame it on Carly Rae

Fighting for Ithaca doesn't have anything against Carly Rae Jepsen, the Mission singer-songwriter whose single Call Me Maybe recently shot to Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Cinema Under the Stars returns

Get the calendar out and circle the dates for Port Coquitlam's popular Cinema Under The Stars this summer. The city will show free outdoor movies every second Friday during July and August on a 26-foot silver screen, as part of its annual program.

Drawing class with live model

Sharpen your pencils for a life drawing workshop at Coquitlam's Evergreen Cultural Centre next month. The art facility is offering the session on Thursday, July 19 from 6 to p.m.