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Royal Opera House’s la Traviata comes to the big screen on Monday, December 1 at 7 p.m. (note date change) in all its warmth and splendour.
Flu and cold season is upon us. Time to stock up on Kleenex and vitamin C, oil of oregano or hot lemon or whatever your cure —and books.
Some things are just worth waiting for: your birthday. Christmas. The birth of a child/grandchild/puppies.
For the last few years we’ve hosted NaNoWriMo each November.
Ann DeGrace introduces the Nelson Civic Theatre Society board with their experience and their favourite movies.
Nelson's first zombie walk is set for October 25.
The annual Friends of the Nelson Library book sale is a perfect opportunity to embrace your inner magpie.
“Catch a Glimpse of the Future,” says the poster in the Civic Theatre lobby.
It’s The Story of the Nelson Public Library, 1986 – 2013 by Eileen Holland. And it’s launching Thursday, October 2
The Civic Theatre is getting into the pairing thing with a new dinner-and-a-movie initiative.
Who hasn’t hidden a message under some floorboards or in a hollow tree, wondering: who, in the future, will read this?
The new collaboration between the Capitol and Civic Theatres opens up a cultural world for us to enjoy here at home.
Now, the Summer Reading Club is over, doggone it. I asked Hannah and Becca how they got to be so darned cute.
The Capitol offers film, and the Civic has seen the footlights come up, too.
We love to be scared, especially when fear is vicariously enjoyed, an antidote to the mundanity of the day-to-day.
When I was in my 20s I dated a juggler. He could keep anything in the air: balls, clubs, machetes.
Folks who love mysteries grew up chasing clues with Sherlock Holmes and Miss Marple before graduating to Inspector Morse and Kay Scarpetta.
Getting cool is not as easy as dropping an air conditioning unit on the roof and plugging it in.
Goodhearted souls have forever sought a Prince or Princess Charming to carry them off into a fairy tale ending.
In the three-screen Civic Theatre of the future, any given week will feature fare for both, as well as something for the in-betweens.