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Ontario favourites return to the stage at Nelson's Spiritbar.
Shambhala Music Festival came to a close on Monday and as attendees left Salmo River Ranch organizers were looking to next year.
On Friday morning I packed my car and set off for Salmo River Ranch.
While the Nelson Civic Theatre Society is starting to hold meetings inside the building as they continue to work on their business plan
The Hume Hotel’s 100 Mile Burger has some local love behind it.
Music lovers descended on Salmo River Ranch this year as Shambhala Music Festival celebrated it's 15th year.
Nelson city council is asking the owners of the former Redfish Grill building to take responsibility for the site which has become a hazard.
Record levels of rain followed by landslides were among several factors resulting in a serious decline in early summer tourism.
Alt-country road-warriors Cuff the Duke are taking the stage at The Royal in Nelson on August 15.
Halifax-based singer/songwriter Joel Plaskett will be taking the stage at Nelson's Capitol Theatre in September.
With so many good burgers in Nelson, it's hard to know which is best. This week Jackson's enters the ring to potentially be named the best.
One of Johnsons Landing's residents is remembered fondly following the tragedy that claimed his life in July.
By Thursday more than 10,000 festival-goers, volunteers, staff, crew and artists will have descended on Salmo River Ranch
A local group continues to work on a plan to re-open the Civic Theatre, but says there seems to be some confusion in the community.
Nelson paddle board maker shares the inspiration behind his handmade boards and the sport that is gaining popularity in the Kootenays.
The body of Rachel Webber, 17, was recovered from the Johnsons Landing landslide Wednesday.
Wabie Quayle of Nelson's Starbird Bakehouse shares the story behind her cupcake and crepe company.
With a birthday on the horizon, Nelson's vurb editor shares some special songs that have formed the soundtrack of her life thus far.
Three years after construction of Nelson's Davies Street Park began, steps could be taken towards completion.
The BC Coroners service will be resuming their search for the two missing victims of the Johnsons Landing landslide.