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Port Moody school trustee reprises role in 'Love Letters'

Port Moody school trustee reprises role in 'Love Letters'

Zoe Royer, a former Port Moody city councillor, returns to Port Moody City Hall to portray Melissa in the popular stage production of "Love Letters."
This legendary B.C. entertainer wraps up a Port Moody music series

This legendary B.C. entertainer wraps up a Port Moody music series

Roy Forbes closes the second season of the Inlet Theatre Music Series in Port Moody on April 27, 2024.
Eight tiny love stories sought for Port Coquitlam pathway

Eight tiny love stories sought for Port Coquitlam pathway

The City of Port Coquitlam and Terry Fox Library is calling on local scribes of all ages to enter the contest as part of the May Days celebrations.
His grandfolks went to WWII camps in B.C. He shares their story

His grandfolks went to WWII camps in B.C. He shares their story

"Sansei: The Storyteller" runs from April 16 to 20 at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam.
Headlines from the past: Coquitlam debates the size of proposed new theatre

Headlines from the past: Coquitlam debates the size of proposed new theatre

Consultants recommended either a 250-seat venue or a larger facility with 600 seats.
Photos: Port Moody Secondary escapes with 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Photos: Port Moody Secondary escapes with 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Directed by Jesse Meredith, "The Drowsy Chaperone" runs at Port Moody Secondary April 24 to 26.
They were in pre-production for 'The Elephant Man.' Then COVID hit

They were in pre-production for 'The Elephant Man.' Then COVID hit

Coquitlam-based Stage 43 remounts "The Elephant Man," a play postponed by the 2020 pandemic lockdowns, with actors from the Tri-Cities, New Westminster and Vancouver.
This Port Coquitlam park will soon have whimsical eco-sculptures

This Port Coquitlam park will soon have whimsical eco-sculptures

Nickie Lewis, Port Coquitlam's summer artist-in-residence, is creating similar eco-installations as in Robert Burnaby Park in Burnaby.
Photos: Graduating students in Port Moody give love to War of 1812 women

Photos: Graduating students in Port Moody give love to War of 1812 women

Grade 12 students Amy Ritchie and Kyan Ho didn't like what they read in their Social Studies 9 textbook, so they wrote a musical to counter the lack of information about heroines in the War of 1812.
Port Moody group throws 125th birthday bash for Duke Elllington

Port Moody group throws 125th birthday bash for Duke Elllington

Bohart presents "Beyond Category: The Music of Duke Ellington" at The Cultch’s Historic Theatre in Vancouver on Wednesday April 24.