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Italian tune leads to new Ethno-Roots sound for Gurr

Babe Gurr's most recent album is a quick detour from her regular acoustic Roots sound. She thinks.

Fifth TUTS for Carney grad

You're prone to injury if you're an Angel.

Gotta sing! Gotta dance! Gotta teach! (to pay bills)

When it came to choosing a school to study musical theatre this fall, Fiona McIntyre narrowed her picks to eight. And all but one were in the United States.

Summer film school at SFU

A Grade 11 student at Coquitlam's Dr. Charles Best secondary is one of several young people taking part in the eighth annual Summer Visions Film Institute for Youth at SFU.

Belenkie art on show

ArtsConnect is showcasing the work of Belcarra artist Bronwen Belenkie this summer at Vancity's Port Moody branch (5-121 Brew St.).

Check out new books out by TC authors

Bookworms looking to turn a few pages on the beach - or, in this weather, on the couch - this summer can check out several books published recently by current and former Tri-City residents.

Pencil? check, Pratt? check

In January, Xin Yue "Shaelyn" Zhu had her eye on The Art Institute of Chicago.

Ouija board inspires book

"We are not of the physical world, but we know your physical world better than you do, for our vantage point is one that spans the physical and spiritual.

Taiko drum, dance at PdA

The first-ever Taiko Ensemble for kids will be offered this fall at Coquitlam's Place des Arts.

A wanderer at heart

At the age of 10, Joyce Evans moved with her family to Singapore where her father was posted with the British Air Force. Every now and then, she would cycle to the market, where she would watch the hustle and bustle of the locals.
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