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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
LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Balancing snow and Mean Girls

LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Balancing snow and Mean Girls

Eleanor Stacey writes about the will it-won’t it conundrum faced by the Civic Theatre
BLANK CANVAS: Nelson’s Carlo Alcos on rural life as a filmmaker

BLANK CANVAS: Nelson’s Carlo Alcos on rural life as a filmmaker

Alcos has found an unlikely home in the Kootenays
Spirit of Animals soar in Kootenay writer’s new book

Spirit of Animals soar in Kootenay writer’s new book

Barry Gray’s book ‘The Great Spirit of Animals’ is now available in West Kootenay book stores
In new play, Nelson’s Hiromoto Ida highlights ‘invisible, quiet moments’

In new play, Nelson’s Hiromoto Ida highlights ‘invisible, quiet moments’

Vacant Lot runs Jan. 18, 19 and 20 at the Capitol Theatre
Enjoy Hot Club Jazz with Don Macdonald and Friends

Enjoy Hot Club Jazz with Don Macdonald and Friends

The jazz quartet performs Jan. 12
Drums and world music coming to Taghum Hall

Drums and world music coming to Taghum Hall

The Hall opens 2024 with a pair of concerts