Entertainment

Douglas Coupland exhibit explores dark side of plastics on B.C. shores

Renowned artist uses plastics found on Haida Gwaii in upcoming display at Vancouver Aquarium

South Okanagan 48-hour contest seeking filmmakers

Second annual Snakebite Film Festival in Penticton

Okanagan Symphony Orchestra launches 59th season

Upcoming season features Tanya Tagaq, The Music of Harry Potter, classical standards

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Reel Reviews: Fresh Netflix originals

The Week Of, Kodachrome and Anon are under the spotlight in this week’s review

  • May 13th, 2018

OSO concludes itsa season with a triumph

Final performance of Triomphe! in Vernon May 13 at 7 p.m.

  • May 13th, 2018

OSO concludes itsa season with a triumph

Final performance of Triomphe! in Vernon May 13 at 7 p.m.

  • May 13th, 2018

Paul Rodgers back on the road again

Paul Rodgers who makes his home in Summerland is back on the road

Canada’s best news photos of the year are on display on Vancouver Island

If you love photojournalism, or even a great photograph of any kind, this is a show for you

Royal retreat of Windsor ready to party for Harry, Meghan

All roads seem to lead to Windsor Castle, a magnificent fortress perched high on a hill topped by the royal standard when the queen is in residence.

Local playwright brings you behind the front lines in Afghanistan

Based on the experiences of a Kelowna doctor, this Kelowna-written play tackles the issues faced by those on the front lines

Festival highlights Okanagan theatre

Theatre BC’s Okanagan Zone Festival comes to Vernon May 19-25

MetalFest headbanging headliners announced

July 13-1 marks a decade of Armstrong MetalFest

Penticton choir headed to the Big Apple

The 17-member choir invited by composer Joseph Martin

Okanagan Symphony goes big for season finale

The OSO presents Triomphe! in Kelowna May 11, Penticton May 12 and Vernon May 13

Vernon embraces Comic culture

Check out some of the cool costumes from Saturday’s Comic Con in Vernon

Holy haute couture: Divine designs grace carpet at Met Gala

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit gala celebrated the opening of the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination exhibition

Step back in time this May long weekend in Osoyoos

The family-friendly Osoyoos Faire takes place May 19 and 20

Reel Reviews: Gravitas in the Marvel Universe

We say, “Infinity War is to the Avengers what The Empire Strikes Back is to Star Wars.”

  • May 6th, 2018

George Thorogood moves it on over to Penticton

George Thorogood and the Destroyers return to Penticton May 10

B.C. non-fiction prize being replaced with yet-to-be-announced award program

Canadian Non-Fiction award category is being replaced with an award carrying a ‘B.C.-focussed lens’