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Nelson Fire and Rescue is accepting applications from community-minded people to fill up to 12 vacancies in the auxiliary fire department.
Today I’ve chosen to throw myself into the 50-km trail race. It’s been my goal for the past two years to enter this event.
Released through Hybidity Music, Scorpio is 23 minutes of swirling, enticing, down-tempo soultronica.
Savage Blade has an impressive knack for micro-moments, in teasing out real gutpunchers in the smallest places.
Mounties is Steve Bays (Hot Hot Heat) and Ryan Dahle (Age of Electric and Limblifter) and Hawksley Workman
Mounties are one of those rare supergroups whose sum doesn’t diminish its parts.
Nelson-based author Deryn Collier’s new mystery novel, Open Secret, is the follow-up to her much-lauded debut novel, Confined Space.
Kalle Mattson will be playing a house show at The Special on March 5.
Montreal-based songwriter, bandleader and multi-instrumentalist Mark Berube is coming to Nelson on February 28 to play Spiritbar
This is old-hearted music played youthfully, by a youthful man disguised as old.
Spiritbar on Boxing Day has become a must for those home for the holidays.
Even if you’re not familiar with his name, chances are you know who Gordie Johnson is.
a good case could be made for Jenn Grant being awarded honourary Nelsonite status, even though she hasn’t been here yet.
Last weekend’s Starbelly Jam, held in the small community of Crawford Bay, was an intimate festival that felt global
The band sounds like a grittier, Canadian version of Icelandic post-rock group Sigur Ros.
Pick a Piper is the brainbaby of Brad Weber, drummer for the critically-acclaimed, Polaris-nominated Canadian artist Caribou.
The Sasquatch music festival was a great way to spend last weekend
This six-piece band of 16- and 17-year olds from Cranbrook has managed to attract some pretty potent talent.
Vancouver’s own self-described “dark pop” band The Belle Game’s first full-length album, Ritual Tradition Habit, couldn’t come soon enough.
Halifax-based electronic indie dance pop wonderkid, Rich Aucoin, has a nickname here in Nelson, and you probably wouldn’t guess what it is.