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Local Arts

Zombie Prom! at Riverside

Blood Brothers just wasn't going to cut it.

Gleneagle swings with gala dinner, dance

A 17-piece jazz ensemble will be featured at this month's gala dinner, dance and silent auction to raise money for the music department at Coquitlam's Gleneagle secondary school.

VSO conductor talks opera

If Bramwell Tovey were to offer a modern-day equivalent to the protagonist he built his new opera around, he would point to Bernie Madoff.

Artist, 11, shows her stuff at PoMo Library

The youngest artist ever to show work at the Port Moody Public Library will have her acrylic paintings up on the walls this month.

New art shows at PdA

Coquitlam's Place des Arts has three new solo shows up this month from three very distinct artists.

Hear music, have coffee

A series of matinee music performances sponsored in part by The Tri-City News returns to Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Theatre this month.

Pacifika plays to home crowd

With equal parts dance groove, lilting multilingual lyrics and Latin rhythms, the trio Pacifika will bring some world music flair to the Port Moody Inlet Theatre for their show Feb. 3.

Emerging talents honoured

The Evergreen Cultural Centre has announced the winners of its Emerging Talent XV art exhibition. Gleneagle secondary students Anna Semyonova won bronze, while Christine Park took home the silver. Violet Patrich of Dr.

Heart and soul for Theatrix

A group of SFU students is raising the profile of a local children's theatre group while working on a certificate of innovative leadership.

Coquitlam native off to Hollywood

By Tyler Orton The Tri-City News B.C. actor Antonio Cupo says new luggage is the only consistent investment he ever makes in his career.