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Theatrix presents Little Mermaid

Theatrix Youtheatre Society presents The Little Mermaid at the Port Moody Inlet Theatre (100 Newport Dr.) March 8 to 10.

Artist shows his fear of computer breakdowns

Bratsa Bonifacho remembers the first time his Apple computer got a worm. The Yugoslavian-born artist's monitor was scrambled with letters and numbers and symbols "and God knows what else," he said. "It was incredible and beautiful and I liked it.

Dance and sing at Mackin Park for Festival du Bois

Jocelyn Pettit was just four years old when her parents took her to see a Natalie McMaster concert, an event that turned out to be a fateful one.

Arts calendar for March

FOR MARCH March 1: North Shore Theatre for Children hosts Tina and Ted, 10:30 a.m., Inlet Theatre (100 Newport Dr., Port Moody). Call 604-986-7446 or visit March 2: The Good Lovelies and The Human Statues, 8 p.m.

Quebecois wood carver to host workshops

Benoi DeschĂȘnes remembers the day Terry Fox ran past his home. In Quebec, there was not much publicity about the 1980 Marathon of Hope but DeschĂȘnes can recall the Port Coquitlam young man and how he moved on his prosthetic leg.

Concert band rocks out

The associate musical director of the Coquitlam-based Pacific Symphonic Wind Ensemble (PSWE) thought he would try something a little different for the concert band's upcoming show on Saturday. Actually, it's a lot different.

Festival du Bois tickets on sale now

The 23rd annual Festival du Bois is set to entertain families at Mackin Park in Maillardville March 3 and 4 with a celebration of all things francophone.

Tri-City dancer plays a doll in ballet Coppelia

A Tri-City dancer will be starring in the Douglas Ballet Academy's first full-length ballet production, Coppelia , playing at the Port Moody Inlet Theatre Feb. 25 and 26.

Strong images in the F-Word exhibit at Evergreen

Powerful images centering on feminism are in a new display up this and next month at Port Coquitlam's Leigh Square Community Arts Village.

Illusionist to dazzle at Evergreen

By Jennifer Feinberg Black Press Goose bumps are a natural reaction to being utterly astonished. They're all part of the package from illusionist Ted Outerbridge and his wife, Marion.