Friends appeal to Taylor Swift via Twitter after death of B.C. fan

Gavin Lanes, 20, died before he was able to attend Swift’s May 22 concert in Seattle

Festival doing away with plastic water bottles

Roots & Blues organizers looking to improve waste management

Prince Louis' christening brings out the royals
Canada Day in the Shuswap
Breakout West coming to Kelowna
Wednesday's on the Warf

Energetic and uplifting

The Watoto Children’s Choir perform at the Five Corners Pentecostal Church

  • May 30th, 2018

Documentary film ‘Directly Affected’ screens at Salmar Classic at 7 p.m. May 29

Filmmakers Zack Embree and Devyn Brugge examine Kinder Morgan pipeline

Father’s day fun returns to R.J. Haney

Treat dad to a day of fun at the heritage village

  • May 28th, 2018

Reel Reviews: A shallower Deadpool

We say, “It is more of the same for Deadpool 2.”

  • May 27th, 2018

Call for artists for upcoming South Okanagan exhibition

The Penticton Art Gallery is inviting artists from across the globe to submit artworks

Vernon company wins Ozone best production

Powerhouse Theatre’s Calendar Girls will move on to the Theatre BC Mainstage Festival

Artists go canvas to canvas for Shuswap Hospital Foundation

Art Battle Salmon Arm fundraiser to help purchase fetal monitor

Vancouver Island girl scores with winning song for BC Summer Games

‘Colours’ is a perfect theme for 2018 BC Summer Games

Exhibition shares stories of Secwepemc Culture

Salmon Arm Art Gallery presents, Slxlxaya: Stories of the Secwepemc Culture

  • May 24th, 2018

Enjoy a musical lift with Dave Gunning

Canadian folk singer/songwriter to play Acoustic Avenue series.

  • May 23rd, 2018

Young writing winners

  • May 23rd, 2018

Film Review: On Chesil Beach

Saoirse Ronan continues to shine in adaptation Ian McEwan novel about young newlyweds on their wedding day

Sicamous movie screening to help cause of reconciliation

High school film club bring their first socially conscious movie to town

PNE’s Summer Night Concerts by Village People, Lauper, Goo Goo Dolls, more

Mostly retro sounds at this year’s fair in Vancouver, starting Aug. 18