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Nelson’s Best Singer search down to top 20

American Idol fans get ready: Nelson’s Best Singer is coming to the Capitol Theatre.

Double launch for Nykanen

If readers get a little shiver when they hear the name Mark Nykanen, they could be forgiven: Nykanen’s name has become synonymous with literary thrillers of the seriously edgy variety.
Working in the Sweatshop

Working in the Sweatshop

Since Sweatshop Union released their self-titled album 10 years ago, they have become symbolic of northwest Canadian hip hop, but the road to where they are now wasn’t always easy, inspiring many songs and albums along the way.
Sounds that make a mother’s heart warm

Sounds that make a mother’s heart warm

It’s not uncommon for kids to ask their parents to play the piano or the guitar, but eight-year-old Lucas Alexander had no interest in these common instruments.
Bucks for Chuck

Bucks for Chuck

Representatives of the Nelson and District Credit Union, seen here with the cast of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, continue their support of the Capitol Theatre Summer Youth Program.
Celebrate Nelson’s artists

Celebrate Nelson’s artists

Art enthusiasts are invited to hit the streets on Friday as the Nelson and District Arts Council launches it’s 23rd ArtWalk.
Jamming it Starbelly style

Jamming it Starbelly style

Beautiful weather and fantastic music filled the air over the weekend at Crawford Bay's annual Starbelly Jam music festival.
Rotarians get taste of Charlie Brown

Rotarians get taste of Charlie Brown

Members of the Nelson Rotary Club enjoyed some live entertainment with their lunch at their Friday lunch at the Hume Hotel.
The little festival that does

The little festival that does

Hidden away in the Little Slocan Valley is a music festival that is doing something a little bit different.
Festival of the diverse

Festival of the diverse

From hip hop to gypsy jazz to progressive, there is one music festival in the Kootenay aiming to offer something to satisfy everyone’s musical tastes.