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Folk and fireworks in Kaslo

Folk and fireworks in Kaslo

It started with a desire to put an exclamation mark on Canada Day in Kaslo, but it’s become much more.
Community changes through the lens

Community changes through the lens

With works from the Touchstones Nelson permanent collection, as well as on loan from local collectors, Nelson Through the Lens: The Historical Photography of J.H. Allen will showcase the photographs of James (Jimmy) Allen (1878-1969) and celebrate the mark he has made on the landscape of our local history through his contributions as a photographer and community member.
A look through Kendrick’s lens

A look through Kendrick’s lens

Nelson’s Tim Kendrick has enjoyed several careers: fighter pilot, administrator and a few small businesses. Interests have included caving, mountaineering, scuba diving, search and rescue, building boats and exploring the B.C. coast, painting and pottery, but photography is the passion that has endured.
One step closer to KHAOS

One step closer to KHAOS

Directors of the Amy Ferguson Institute had good reason to break out the champagne last week.
Check out the B.C. masters

Check out the B.C. masters

Did well known First Nations artist Norval Morriseau ever visit Ymir? Not likely, but if you’ve visited the Hotel Ymir recently, you may have seen his work and wondered how it came to be there.
When stage imitates life

When stage imitates life

On one of the first Saturdays the cast of Hooked met in the common room of SelfDesign High, they were given an assignment.
Furious Funk at The Royal

Furious Funk at The Royal

Come sweat off the peeling remnants of your first summer sunburn at the Royal tonight when Arthur Funkarelli brings their highly destructive blend of punk, funk and ska to the legendary Baker Street watering hole.

A swift sell out

Tickets for the 2011 Shambhala Music Festival have sold out in record time.
Something to check out

Something to check out

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.