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Jann Arden, Rick Mercer ‘unrehearsed and unrestrained’ in 3 B.C. shows

Jann Arden, Rick Mercer ‘unrehearsed and unrestrained’ in 3 B.C. shows

Canadian talkers bring their talk on the road for a spring tour
‘Past Lives,’ ‘American Fiction,’ ‘The Holdovers’ win at Independent Spirit Awards

‘Past Lives,’ ‘American Fiction,’ ‘The Holdovers’ win at Independent Spirit Awards

For television awards, ‘Beef,’ and ‘The Last of Us’ took home trophies
PHOTOS: Food, music from 35 countries at Penticton’s OneWorld Festival

PHOTOS: Food, music from 35 countries at Penticton’s OneWorld Festival

The 11th annual edition of the festival welcomed more than 2,000 people on Feb. 24
Concert-goers blowing arena doors open with massive post-pandemic rebound

Concert-goers blowing arena doors open with massive post-pandemic rebound

Major stadium tours like Beyonce and Taylor Swift at forefront of unprecedented boom for live music
‘Last mango in Paris’: Zany art exhibit opens in Kelowna’s North End

‘Last mango in Paris’: Zany art exhibit opens in Kelowna’s North End

The art will be displayed at Zangbell & Gill until March 15
Multiple extra sailings already set to get Islanders to and from Taylor Swift

Multiple extra sailings already set to get Islanders to and from Taylor Swift

BC Ferries schedules 22 extra sailings between Swartz Bay and Tsawwassen the weekend of Dec. 6
BC Ferries already bracing for Taylor Swift tsunami with multiple special runs

BC Ferries already bracing for Taylor Swift tsunami with multiple special runs

22 extra sailings scheduled between Swartz Bay and Tsawwassen the weekend of Dec. 6
Vancouver Island photographer set to release new book, ‘A Year of Eagles’

Vancouver Island photographer set to release new book, ‘A Year of Eagles’

Parksville Qualicum Beach is full of eagle nesting areas, says Mike Yip
CONCERT REVIEW: Madonna dazzles with career-spanning ‘Celebration’ in Vancouver

CONCERT REVIEW: Madonna dazzles with career-spanning ‘Celebration’ in Vancouver

Pop icon’s current show is worth the wait with 10 p.m. start time
Japanese Canadian stories explored in B.C. film ‘Seagrass’

Japanese Canadian stories explored in B.C. film ‘Seagrass’

Meredith Hama-Brown’s award-winning feature explores topics rarely seen on screen