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Bunka puts teens in focus for musical

For this month's remount of John & Jen , a quirky musical presented by Undiscovered Theatre, founder Kim Bunka will be heading back to school.

Stage 43 asks 'Who did it?'

One thing's certain about the Stage 43 rendition of the play A Talent for Murder . It will leave you in stitches - pardon the expression. "It's really a North American Agatha Christie," director Gaye LePage said. "It's not an Agatha Christie...

Line-up out for Festival du Bois

Organizers with the oldest francophone festival in Coquitlam last week announced the lineup for this year's party.

Land art in the making

Join artist Chris Mackenzie as he creates two new pieces of public art for the city of Port Moody. The fine art photographer, whose exhibit, "Stones, Chestnuts and Snow," is at the Port Moody Arts Centre Jan. 5 to Feb.

Painting outer space

F or Karin Vengshoel, having her first-ever solo show at Coquitlam's Place des Arts will complete a circle.

Russian Xmas is in town

If one Christmas just wasn't enough for you, here's your chance to celebrate Christmas the Russian way on Jan. 7 at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.

Fox gets ready to rock 2012

"Somebody came out from Vancouver once and said that was the best five bucks they'd ever spent," starts Steve Sainas, the Rock School and recording arts teacher at Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox secondary who, for the 11th year, is organizing Rock the Fo

Actors needed

Coquitlam filmmaker Modise Molefe is looking for aspiring actors and actresses, aged 36 to 67, to participate in an independent production depicting the dynamics of money and power.

You don't have to be a master for this class

Piano students can learn from one of the best (in training, that is) at a master class Sunday, Jan. 8.

Photo club shoots to score

The Kovan Photo Club exhibition is only on for a short time at the Evergreen Cultural Centre, but it's worth a visit to check out the 50-plus photographic works on display from 22 members.