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BLANK CANVAS: Nelson’s Kelly Rebar on how she became a playwright

BLANK CANVAS: Nelson’s Kelly Rebar on how she became a playwright

Rebar’s play Bordertown Café was turned into a film in the 1990s
LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Rooting for everybody Black

LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Rooting for everybody Black

Greg Marrast writes about BIPOC nominees for this year’s Oscars
West Kootenay musicians, festivals among B.C. funding recipients

West Kootenay musicians, festivals among B.C. funding recipients

Jayli Wolf, Ru Rose and Ben Fox will receive grants to help their careers
Nelson singer Rachel DeShon collaborates with St. Joseph School in children’s opera

Nelson singer Rachel DeShon collaborates with St. Joseph School in children’s opera

All 130 students were involved in the production at the Capitol Theatre
Juno-winning winning violist Thibeault and pianist Fung to perform in Nelson

Juno-winning winning violist Thibeault and pianist Fung to perform in Nelson

The pair will perform Thursday at St. Saviour’s Anglican Church
Corazón to perform in-the-round at museum gallery March 3

Corazón to perform in-the-round at museum gallery March 3

Tickets for these legendary concerts go on sale Feb. 1
Let chamber music soundtrack your Valentine’s Day

Let chamber music soundtrack your Valentine’s Day

The piano-violin pair Duo Concertante will perform at the Capitol Theatre on Feb. 14
New West Kootenay musical uses puppets to talk about sex education

New West Kootenay musical uses puppets to talk about sex education

G Rated is for kids ages 10-13 and their parents
Local filmmaker to celebrate and satirize Nelson in new TV series

Local filmmaker to celebrate and satirize Nelson in new TV series

Amy Bohigian will create six 10-minute episodes of sketch comedy
B.C. trans woman seeks childhood friend in new documentary series

B.C. trans woman seeks childhood friend in new documentary series

Joanne Wittstock is among the people looking to reconnect in the TVO show Yearbook