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Canada’s joyful Juno-nominated musical revolutionaries are coming back to Western Canada this summer with their infectious blend of polyrhythmic percussion, jazz horns, socially-conscious lyrics and Sting-like vocals that’s perfectly suited to dancing full-tilt in front of a festival or nightclub stage — and they’re premiering a set of brand new songs.
LVR goes Hollywood

LVR goes Hollywood

More than 200 L.V. Rogers students (and a few administrators) turned out for an afternoon of moviemaking this past Thursday. Student extras waved signs and cheered for the cameras, while student filmmakers staged a variety of shots.
A summer on the rails

A summer on the rails

Nelson-raised actress Alison Deon shares the stage with a working steam engine in the theatrical adaptation of The Railway Children, Toronto’s latest major dramatic attraction.

Creative world meets legal world

Lawyer Martha Rans presents an interactive open legal clinic that helps guide you through the laws affecting creators.
High praise for band students

High praise for band students

Band students from Trafalgar Middle School and L.V. Rogers High School played their way to gold and silver finishes at Canada’s national music competition.
Getting kids and parents into the dirt

Getting kids and parents into the dirt

This spring, Let’s Plant A Flower, the first book of the Back To Basics — Learn and Do Books children’s series created by local artist Angela Lund and her father Terry Lund of Fairview, Alberta, will be available for sale locally and online.
Journey into a world that no longer exists

Journey into a world that no longer exists

A new exhibit at Touchstones Nelson, Upstairs at Wah Lee’s creates a remarkable and intimate portrait of life in the small frontier town of Quesnel.

Shambhala visibility noted

Shambhala Music Festival may be hidden and nestled in the mountains, held on a farm near Salmo, but it still ranks in the top half of a top 100 most visible music festivals on Google according to a study recently conducted by Marianne Lorthiois, an MBA student in Quebec City.
Fine woodworking program wraps year with annual show

Fine woodworking program wraps year with annual show

Selkirk College’s fine woodworking students are pleased to announce their upcoming, annual year-end show.
Her voice will give you shivers

Her voice will give you shivers

Nelson-based, ROAMedia is pleased to present singer-songwriter Lindsay Ferguson at the Capitol Theatre on Friday, June 17 at 8 p.m.