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An exhibit by local artist Melanie Daniel launches today at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

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With a career spanning almost 40 years, Aaron Sorkin is best-known for writing politically idealistic screenplays. While The West Wing, A Few Good Men and The Social Network are rightfully lauded for their tight writing and pointed social commentary, they also draw criticism for being morall…

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Ghoulish, gory and gut-spilling with dark-humour fun, Evil Dead The Musical, is so very apropos to the season.

Crossing Creek Community Theatre is holding socially distanced auditions for its February 2021 production, The Carol Burnett Show. 
Auditions are open to all actors 18 years and older and will be held by appointment Oct. 25 at the Powers Creek Community Church at 3718 Glenway Rd. in West Kel…

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The Vernon Public Art Gallery is opening up to a brave new world of art-making with upcoming exhibitions featuring works by David and Jorden Doody as well as UBC Okanagan printmaking students.

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In spite of COVID-19, Rotary Centre for the Arts “continues to strive to be the heart of Kelowna’s arts and culture experience,” says executive director Colleen Fitzpatrick.

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Guests sipped wine, listened to jazz and took in the works of Randall Young as Grizzli Winery officially opened its art gallery Thursday evening.


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An award-winning fiction film on a touchy Canadian subject is making its theatrical debut in five Canadian cities, including Kelowna.

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The artworks of former UBC Okanagan students are featured in a new exhibition opening today at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

Last week, we had Microsoft unveil the Xbox Series S (all digital) for US$299 and the Series X for US$499. The Series S is the perfect system for entry into the next-generation consoles with the Series X being those looking for true power and 4k visuals.

The Westside will be getting a much-needed art gallery as Grizzli Winery opens a gallery specializing in Okanagan works in its spacious wine tasting room, one of the largest in Canada.

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Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre is reopening with more than a dozen shows planned between October and February.

Proactive artists and creators are creating alternate opportunities for artists and audiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Just knowing that I was walking into a theatre to watch a scary play sent chills of excitement through me. I stood in line waiting to be escorted to my seat, because with new regulations we are only allowed to go into the theatre one or two at a time.

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A popular arts festival in Lake Country may have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but the spirit of the event will soon be on display across the Okanagan.

Works by a Kelowna writer are among the Association of Book Publishers of B.C.'s Poetry in Transit selections for 2020-21.

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Conscious Hip-Hop is a rising subgenre of the classic Rap/Hip-Hop scene, and “Bird’s Eye View,” the newest single from Vernon-born rapper “Kalateral” (Kyle Hesketh) is a perfect representation of where the genre is going.

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