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Acclaimed Vancouver director Christopher Weddell will present MadFox Theatre’s inaugural production, Little One in a three-night run in Kelowna next week.

Olivia Smith, who graduated from Rutland Secondary School in 2017, has returned home for some summer holidays and to sing opera Saturday at 7 p.m. at St. Charles Garnier Church.

Being part of the Okanagan’s creative family is such a blessing to me. Although I wish I could attend all the events I write about, I also need to rest in between my own gigs, which forces me to spend time with myself to think of what I want to create/accomplish next.

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Thousands of classic-rock fans will congregate outdoors this weekend at Prospera Place for the fourth annual Rock the Lake music festival.

Ringo Starr celebrated the 30th anniversary of his All-Starr Band with a kickoff to a summer tour in Windsor, Ont. The famed drummer has toured with different musical legends over the years, devoting half the show to his own material while giving the others a turn at the microphone. From lef…

Bill Henderson, founder and lead guitarist of Chilliwack, will be a big part of the crowning concert at the Ryga Arts Festival, which runs Aug. 24 – Sept. 1 in Summerland.

Many Hats Theatre Co., based in Penticton, will present “Rapture, Blister, Burn” by award-winning American playwright Gina Gionfriddo Sept. 5-28.

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“Turn Me Loose,” “Lovin’ Every Minute of It,” “Hot Girls in Love,” “This Could Be the Night,” and, of course, “Working for the Weekend.”

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Audience members danced to Prince's Little Red Corvette, the Cult's She Sells Sanctuary and Simple Minds' Don't You (Forget About Me) when Rann Berry's band paid tribute to the music of the 1980s Saturday night in Lake Country.

It’s island life for me this week celebrating my ninth wedding anniversary with the love of my life, Andrew, who already looks the part, freeing his naturally thick locks of greying mocha curls that he usually contains with a tied tail and hard hat.

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Big military bands, soloists, Highland dancers, pipes and drums, silent drill teams and rhythmic gymnasts — more than 600 performers in all — took part in the sixth annual Okanagan Military Tattoo on the weekend in Vernon.

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In the wonderful world of show business, Tiana Ferlizza is what is called a “triple threat,” excelling at acting, singing and dancing.

With “Borderlands 3” less than a month away and “Borderlands Handsome Jack Collection” now on Game Pass, I wanted to revisit my review from April 2013 of “Borderlands 2.”

En route to Montreal from their Aug. 2 appearance in the Vancouver Bach Festival, Les Boreades de Montreal will perform the complete Brandenburg Concertos by J. S. Bach in the Okanagan, Aug. 3-4.

I recently told a friend to trust her instincts when she persistently rationalized why it can’t work with a certain man she once had a relationship with.

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Vernon artist Mariel Belanger explores the themes of indigenous people and their relationships to the law and the land in a performance at the Kelowna Art Gallery on Thursday. Illegal: Let us Live is a multimedia performance with audio, visual, and performative elements. It takes place at 6 …

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Young country singer Beamer Wigley has released an acoustic version of his most recent single, “I Knew."

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UBC Okanagan’s courtyard will once again be filled with the sounds of music as Opera Kelowna presents its annual Opera Under the Stars concert on July 31.

Artists in the Carrs Landing area of Lake Country are inviting the public to visit them on July 27-28 and again Aug. 3-4.

Next Saturday, local promotion group No Nap Records will celebrate cofounder Sian's 30th birthday with 10 live acts ranging from swing jazz, comedic country to rock ’n’ roll.

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The seventh annual Okanagan Caribbean Festival celebrated Caribbean food, music and dance Saturday at City Park in Kelowna. Jerk chicken with rice and peas, limbo dancing and a steel drum band — it was all there.

Three-day passes and the Saturday show for the three-day Rock the Lake classic rock festival are just about sold out, organizers said Wednesday morning.

The OK Corral and Cabaret in Kelowna is nominated for Country Club of the Year by the Canadian Country Music Association.

In the “Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction,” written by Dr. Gabor Maté, won the 2009 Hubert Evans prize for non-fiction.