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Young Tri-City dancers in Snowball Classic

A number of young Tri-City residents will sashay on to the dance floor this weekend for the 23rd annual SnowBall Classic in Vancouver.

Riverside rockers in Top 10 for teen contest

A Port Coquitlam band made up of Riverside secondary students is one of 10 finalists in B.C.'s Best Teen Band contest. Alternative rockers of All The Way were shortlisted by a group of music industry judges.

The Cat strikes Centennial stage

It's been quite a learning curve for Katie Everson, these past five months. Not only is it her first year teaching, it's also her first time directing a school play.

Becky's New Car makes a stop at ECC

During the run of Becky's New Car last spring, Deborah Williams was leaving the Granville Island Stage lobby and found herself consoling a young woman who had just seen the comedy. She was in tears.

Puppet show in Port Moody for young kids

Kids aged three to eight can watch the magic of puppetry in Port Moody Thursday. The North Shore Theatre for Children presents Sleeping Beauty at 10:30 a.m. at the Inlet Theatre (100 Newport Dr.

Deadline pushed

Coquitlam's Place des Arts has, for the second time, extended its timeline for exhibit proposals for next year.

The Great Mountain at ECC

Kids can follow Nuna and her discovery of nature in Red Sky Performance's The Great Mountain at the Evergreen Cultural Centre on Sunday. The Jan.

Ex-hockey player opens concert series

When Chad Brownlee was 19 and on a hockey scholarship at Minnesota State University, he dabbled with writing country songs. Nothing serious, just a few lyrics and melodies, here and there, on a notepad.

Lopez talks fashion on video

Sarah Massah's video about Grade 12 Gleneagle secondary student Paolo Lopez, who has been accepted to the London College of Fashion in England, can now be seen on The Tri-City News' website:

Italian piano maker in town

They call him Mr. Fazioli. Not Paolo. Mister. Or Signore. He has earned the title. After all, his exclusive grand pianos aren't cheap: The most expensive are about the price of a one-bedroom condo in Coquitlam, in case you're wondering. Mr.